Middle Ages

Library Sciences
Enter the Middle Ages--a world with far fewer people and choices.

A Boke of Gode Cookery star[offsite link]
Medieval recipes to great an authentic feast.

Castles of the World star[offsite link]
An introduction to castles and castle life.

Journey Through the Middle Ages star[offsite link]
ThinkQuest Jr. presents a game style site to introduce children to the Middle Ages.

Middle Ages star
A companion site for The Annenberg/CPB company┬┤s educational materials. It may be used independently from company resources.

Middle Ages - Book and Activities star
Literature based programming for your library or an easy to use unit for teachers.

Middle Ages - Book and Activities star
Literature based programming for your library or an easy to use unit for teachers.

Renaissance Society of America star[offsite link]
Renaissance Society of America is the leading organization in the Americas for the interdisciplinary study of the period 1300-1650 in Western history.

Secrets of Lost Empires: Medieval Siege star
NOVA presents this site about castle and military life.

Secrets of Lost Empires: Medieval Siege star
NOVA presents this site on medival castles and military life. Great for the catapult enthusiast.

The Black Death star
An interesting site using graphics and sound to provide a guide to the Black Death. From the Discovery Channel.

The Society for Creative Anachronism star[offsite link]
The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating pre-17th-century European history.

The Vikings star[offsite link]
Learn about the explorers and warriors of the Vikings.

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