The exhibition, In Tempore Sueborum, invites us to explore the life and times of the Suevi and how they lived together with the Gallo-Romans in Late Antiquity in the northwest corner of the Iberian Peninsula, where the Suevi settled after AD 409.
One of the major medieval exhibitions this autumn focuses upon the Longobards. To be seen in Pavia this autumn, it moves to Naples and the Hermitage
In the 19th century, more than 280.000 Jewish manuscripts from the Cairo Genizah came to light. They witness to a thousand-year-old Jewish history
Martin Luther ignited the Reformation in 1517. 2017 Lutherans celebrate the 500-year anniversary with numerous exhibitions, books and other festive commemorations.
Medieval Poggibonsi in Tuscany was a fortified hilltop village. Now an open-air museum, it is dedicated to authenticity and faithful recreation.
This year, the city of Goslar in Harzen celebrates the 1000-year anniversary of the birth of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor with exhibitions and lectures
In 1377 a fabulous medieval Christmas banquet was celebrated in the ancient royal castle at île des la Cité. A newly opened exhibition tells the story
When cold and wetter climate hit Europe in the 5th century, rye became part of a new and more varied bread culture. Baking Rye bread has medieval roots
While in Paris to see the exhibition on the Merovingian Times, remember to take a detour to Saint-Dizier to see the exhibition on Austrasia
Major exhibition on the Merovingian Times in Paris at the Musée de Cluny is a must-see for any medievalists this winter
Guidarello Guidarelli (* Ravenna, c. 1450, † Imola, 06.03.1501) was an Italian military leader in the service of Cesare Borgia. He is famous for his effigy
From 1250 - 1350 English embroidery - Opus Anglicanum - made queens, kings and popes very avaricious. Catalogue to exhibition 2016 tells the story
Exhibition at the Met shows the art, the religious fervour and the inspiration, which medieval Jerusalem offered to Jews, Christians and Muslims 1000 - 1400
The Karlštejn Treasure is a collection of around 400 objects dating back to the 14th century, when Charles IV commissioned the building of the Castle.
This year Prag and Nuremberg celebrates the birth of Charles IV (1316 – 1378) with two major exhibitions and a number of other events.
To all medievalists: skip queuing for Mona Lisa and visit the newly opened parts of Louvre where its medieval history is told