Three videos showing the changing borders of what is now Germany and Austria, between the years 843 to 2018.
This lecture explores the value of archaeology in reconstructing lived religion as it was practised and experienced by medieval people.
The period we’re talking about is covering the period after the early medieval crisis until the period that followed the fall of Constantinople to the Latins in the year 1204
The discoveries, triumphs and challenges during the restoration of Llwyn Celyn, a medieval hall house in the beautiful Llanthony Valley in Monmouthshire.
A video showing how the borders of the Venetian Republic changed between the years 697 and 1797 AD.
Tracking the development of the Kingdom of Wessex between the years 495 and 927.
My research was actually to do with the study of interior lighting in Circassian Mamluk religious architecture.
Four videos from the project Restoring Lost Songs: Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy, which attempts to reconstruct the medieval songs included in Boethius’ De consolatione philosophiae.
The actual history of West Africa however could not be more divergent from occidental myths in fact West Africa was a region in motion politically, socially, culturally and perpetually so during the Common Era, if not before.
Three videos that detail the changing borders in Iberia during the medieval period.
We shall discover that, across the centuries, medieval people speak to us about the permanent things, the things that matter: faith, hope, and love.
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Paper by Michael McCormick, given at the Climate, Pollution and Economic Growth in Human History: New results from the Historical Ice Core Project.
Our 10 favourite videos on the Middle Ages created by National Geographic.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art possesses the finest, most comprehensive collection of Medieval and Byzantine art in the western hemisphere.
In this presentation, we will examine how the technological developments of the Digital Library of Medieval Manuscripts (DLMM) are encouraging new kinds of research into the literature, art, and history of 14th and 15th-century France.
A 60 second lecture by Emily Steiner and Aylin Malcolm, which actually has 11 words.
The title of my talk today refers to a poem ascribed to the 12th century poet Mahsati, who is one of the few modern pre-modern women poets whose name has not in fact been forgotten
This paper will present a systematic review of skeletal evidence of leprosy and TB in medieval Portugal and, by combining bioarchaeological and historical evidence, will provide a broader picture of their historical path and coevolution.
Talking about medieval archaeology in Europe from a southern point of view.
Were they building sacrifices or part of fertility rituals? Can they be seen as remains of “heathen” belief systems, or do they mirror superstitions of medieval folk Christianity – or witchcraft? Can some of the dog sacrifices be attributed to Kipchaks, and thus have an ethnical aspect?
We obtained ancient genomic DNA from 63 samples from two cemeteries (from Hungary and Northern Italy) that have been previously associated with the Longobards, a barbarian people that ruled large parts of Italy for over 200 years after invading from Pannonia in 568 CE.
This talk examined two towns, Glastonbury and Tintagel, that have blurred the lines between history and legend to offer tourists a “real” King Arthur.
Our roundup of videos posted this last month on Youtube that medievalists will enjoy!