Five new books, spanning from Egypt at the beginning of the Middle Ages, to Italy at the end.
Five new books to take you on a journey back into the Middle Ages.
Five new books about the Middle Ages, going from Anglo-Saxon England to Fatimid Egypt.
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.
From Adam and Eve to Suleiman and Roxelana – five new books for medievalists.
Five new books about the Middle Ages.
Five recent books that looks at the first centuries of contact and conflict between the Byzantine Empire and the Islamic world.
Five more medieval books to read and reflect on.
Five new books about the Middle Ages that should be on your picnic table.
Five new books that take you around the medieval world.
This week’s look at five books about the Middle Ages
This week’s look at five new books on the Middle Ages
Five new books that look at the powerful and the despised in the Middle Ages.
Five recently published books that deal with medievalism.
Five more books that go from early medieval Europe to the Renaissance…
Five more books for medievalists to take a look at.
This week’s five books takes you from the Mediterranean to the North Sea.
This week’s five new books goes into politics, making art and one of the greatest knights of the Middle Ages.
Graphic novel fans! Today, we’re hosting day 2 of Dmitry Yakhovsky‘s Book Tour and running an international contest to give away a copy of his…
From biographies of the leading warriors to the grumbling of a government official, here are thirty medieval texts that have been translated in 2016.
October marked the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings. Author Teresa Cole’s latest book, The Norman Conquest: William the Conqueror’s Subjugation of England, looks at the events, key figures, and sources that brought Harold Godwinson (1022-1066) and William I (1028-1087) to this pivotal turning point in English history.
This is an exciting week for book lovers at Medievalists.net. We’re hosting two book tours and giveaways! Today, we’re featuring author Samantha Morris’ Cesare Borgia in a Nutshell, and running an international contest to give away a copy of the book.
The Viking Conquest of England in 1016, saw two great warriors, the Danish prince Cnut, and his equally ruthless English opponent, King Edmund Ironside fight an epic campaign.