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 on medival castles and military life. Great for the catapult enthusiast.

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

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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