Five more books that go from early medieval Europe to the Renaissance…
For those of you looking for something Celtic to read this spring, author Martin Wall brings us Warriors and Kings: The 1500-Year Battle for Celtic Britain.
Our review of ‘Occupying Space in Medieval and Early Modern Britain and Ireland’
This week’s five books takes you from the Mediterranean to the North Sea.
Timothy Venning explores their mentality and reveals the dramatic careers both of those who prospered from their loyalty to the king and those whose power was gained by treachery – from the Norman Conquest to the beginnings of the Tudor dynasty.
Susan Signe Morrison’s book, “A Medieval Woman’s Companion” brings the contributions of medieval women, famous and obscure, to the forefront in this fantastic introductory text.
This week’s five new books goes into politics, making art and one of the greatest knights of the Middle Ages.
We’ve just released our latest issue of the Medieval Magazine in celebration of International Women’s Day!
Medieval St Andrews provides a pathway to an increased understanding of the medieval world.
Medieval Readers! Today, we’re hosting day 3 of Conor Byrne’s Book Tour and running an international contest to give away a copy of his latest novel: Queenship in England: 1308-1485 Gender and Power in the Late Middle Ages Want a chance to win it?
Larissa Tracy introduces the new book Flaying in the Pre-modern World: Practice and Representation: