Read an excerpt from Queens of Jerusalem: The Women Who Dared to Rule, by Katherine Pangonis
Read an excerpt from the new novel by K.M. Butler
Five new books that take you from Wales to Russia, and from the Near East to China.
Our next book in the Book of the Month Club will be A Critical Companion to English Mappae Mundi of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, edited by Dan Terkla and Nick Millea
Here are five new books that are not entirely about the Middle Ages, but the other sections are good too.
Five new books about the Middle Ages to tell you about, including on a somewhat forgotten English prince, and what they were saying about animals in Paris.
Our next book in the Book of the Month Club will be The Sword: Form and Thought, edited by Lisa Deutscher, Mirjam Kaiser and Sixt Wetzler.
Five new books about the Middle Ages that deal with topics related to health and good living.
Over the last year or so more books in the field of medieval studies have been released as Open Access – meaning that you can freely download and read right now. Here are ten of those books – enjoy!
By Maria Alessia Rossi and Alice Isabella Sullivan In 2018, we set on a quest to explore the rich medieval heritage of Eastern…
Five new books about the medieval world, that will tell you about topics like Vikings, treason and games.
Our next book in the Book of the Month Club will be Magnificence and Princely Splendour in the Middle Ages, by Richard Barber.
Five new books that tell us about the Norse and the Viking Age.
This 13th-century recipe comes from Iberia and is made with mushrooms, eggs, and other readily available ingredients.
Five new books about the Middle Ages, which tell us about people big and small.
Eleanor Janega has penned a new book about medieval history in the medium of a graphic novel. Here she talks about creating that book.
Five new books to tell you about, including a graphic history of the Middle Ages.
Our next book in the Book of the Month Club will be Will a Frenchman Fight?, by Steven Muhlberger.
Five new books that tell the stories of famous Vikings and life in the bookstores of Florence.
Our next book in the Book of the Month Club will be The Twelve of England, translated by Noel Fallows.
A new children’s book by C.J. Adrien offers a day in the life of a young Viking boy.
What does your teddy bear do while you sleep? Follow the nighttime adventures of Fluffy Knight. Fluffy Knight deals with spooky eyes, lost stuffies, cold shoulders, and much more.
2021 has seen a flurry of books published about early medieval Britain
The latest issue tells the story of one of the most infamous figures from the Middle Ages – Vlad the Impaler, also known as Dracula.