Five books that might belong on your bookshelf…
Here’s a round-up of new books that have landed on my desk that I thought are definitely worth checking out.
Looking for something medieval to read? Here are five new books about the Middle Ages to check out…
Five of the latest publications about the medieval world.
Five recently publishing books covering the Middle Ages – taking you from Ireland to Germany and from Sicily to Norway.
The recently translated account of The Epic of Sumanguru Kante offers some fascinating stories, including a description of how this West African ruler was born to two mothers.
Five new books taking you throughout the medieval world.
Five recently published books about medieval music.
Here are five (plus one) new books about Anglo-Saxon England.
A behind the scenes look at the British Library’s Harry Potter exhibit, book suggestions for your 2018 Reading List, a closer look at the meaning of the Grail, a troubadour’s famous manuscript, a look at a new Tudor planner, and a review of King John.
Celebrating the New Year by taking a look at these five new books on the Middle Ages.
Five new books, spanning from Egypt at the beginning of the Middle Ages, to Italy at the end.
From battles and wars to manuscripts and castles, here are five medieval books to explore.
The first of our holiday issues! Christmas cheer, Medieval style! A mulled wine recipe, monastic brewing practices, Japanese Anime’s take on Medieval legends, and the Circumcision of Christ. We’ve got your table talk covered in in this issue, so pass the gravy!
Five new books to take you on a journey back into the Middle Ages.
In this issue: 80+ pages of news, books, articles, exhibits, and events, with a focus on the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation!
Five new books about the Middle Ages, going from Anglo-Saxon England to Fatimid Egypt.
Five new books that look at the man who was the catalyst for the Protestant Reformation.
This November, Medievalists.net is pleased to feature Sharon Connolly’s book tour for Heroines of the Medieval World. The book shares the stories of women, famous, infamous, and unknown, who shaped the course of medieval history.
Five books for you to add to your medieval reading list. And perhaps even to be read.
You can read about living in London, marrying in China, or ruling in Normandy.
We’re pleased to announce another book tour underway, with Melita Thomas unveiling her latest: The King’s Pearl: Henry VIII and His Daughter Mary on Medievalists.net. The book is a re-examination of Henry VIII’s eldest daughter, Mary, and her relationship with her father.
From Adam and Eve to Suleiman and Roxelana – five new books for medievalists.