Our theme for this week examines the relations between Christians and Muslims in the Medieval World. We tell the story of one of the worst outbreaks of violence in medieval Egypt, when Cairo itself was nearly destroyed. Read also about the crusades, Viking treasures, a fun story about Dante, and a church in Rome that is now open after a 36-year restoration.
Inside this week’s issue:
Viking Treasures seen for the first time in a thousand years
Santa Maria Antiqua reopens after 36 year restoration
Lost Medieval Castle Discovered in Scotland
Cairo in 1321: How a City Burned in Religious Violence
Did the Crusades lead to Islamic State?
The Life of Lady Katherine Gordon, wife of Percy Warbeck
The Imperial Knights of Medieval California
and seven more articles
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