Summer Courses in Medieval history, art, archaeology, literature and all the other disciplines will be listed here chronologically
The re-enactment of the Coronation of Charles IV in Prague is a recurrent event. This year, it will be a faithful, scientifically based recreation
The newly published Old World Drought Atlas was recently used to gauge the seriousness of the Syrian Draught, the like of which has not been seen for 900 years.
Medieval charters are valuable resources for writing local histories of landscapes and lives. But they are also useful when studying networks through time
Curious find of long lost register of loans and rents 1347-1405 in Trier further reconstruction of the social and material fabric in the medieval town
Climate History Network is an organization of scholars, who work to reconstruct past climate changes and identify how these changes affected human history
Historical Climatology is a website dedicated to share interdisciplinary research into historical climate studies with journalists, policymakers, scholars and the general public
A network of researchers dedicated to advancing our understanding of glossing—that is, practices of annotating texts between the lines or in the margins of books - has been formed
Looking for an introduction to Paleography, Western Codicology or illuminated manuscripts? Rare Books School offers courses for aspiring medievalists
Pallia is run by a professional archaeologist involved in the business of archaeological textile reconstruction
The Schøyen Collection holds manuscripts from around the world spanning 5000 years of human culture and civilisation. Many are medieval.
Known in Welsh as Gwenfrewy, st. Winifred is the best known of the Welsh female saints. She lived and died in the seventh century. At the site of her martydom, a well sprang out. To this day this is the centre of a renowned pilgrimage.
A brand new guide to Medieval Sources published by the Bodleian History Department.
St. Katharina was a large and important convent in Nuremberg. Its library, which held 730 volumes, has recently been digitally reconstructed.
The songs of the troubadours include scores of original sources that bring to life medieval responses to the crusades. Now original sources are available
The Arabic Manuscripts Collection In the British Library comprises almost 15000 works in 14000 volumes