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medieval timeline - first four not Plantagenet

A timeline is one way of showing a chronology (putting time in order). It can cover a short period of time or hundreds of years. Example Example A detailed Timeline showing the Norman and Plantagenet Monarchs and some of the main events of their reigns.

Bringing the natural world into a library and reading room is not always one of the top priorities in a client’s list of needs. Usually the top three requirements for a home study or library are light sources, comfort and manoeuvrability. The aesthetic qualities are of course important and this was taken up a notch …

Trees in church-like room - cool stuff I must admit. Because the branches absorbe the noise, the turquoise room will be a nice hall to live in! the trees are neat!

For this reason a study of Gothic architecture is largely a study of cathedrals and churches. Description from imgbuddy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Photographic tours with information on castles (categorized by country).  Really neat site!

Photographic tours with information on castles (categorized by country). Really neat site!

"It's not Historical Fiction, but it's not Fantasy either!"  If you've ever struggled to define your non-magical, non-fantasy, medieval adventure story, this post is for you.

Genre 101: What Is It When It’s NOT Fantasy?

"It's not Historical Fiction, but it's not Fantasy either!" If you've ever struggled to define your non-magical, non-fantasy, medieval adventure story, this post is for you.

A RARE MEDIEVAL GREAT SWORD A massive example, the cruciform hilt with large pommel of rounded octagonal form, the long tang intended for a two-handed grip. The broad guard of rectangular section with a flattened ecusson, tapers toward the quillon terminals. The Oakeshott Type XVIa blade wrought with a continuous taper and well-defined fuller running ¾ of its length, developing into a pronounced central ridge at the tip.

A RARE MEDIEVAL GREAT SWORD A massive example, the cruciform hilt with large pommel of rounded octagonal form, the long tang intended for a two-handed grip. The broad guard of rectangular section with a flattened ecusson, tapers toward the quillon terminals. The Oakeshott Type XVIa blade wrought with a continuous taper and well-defined fuller running ¾ of its length, developing into a pronounced central ridge at the tip.

The Gift by Julia Marks | Defining things is something of a passion of mine, I find. This year, I was forced to define, in concrete terms, what Christmas meant to me.  Just me.  My definitions. And I found that Christmas, f…

The Gift by Julia Marks | Defining things is something of a passion of mine, I find. This year, I was forced to define, in concrete terms, what Christmas meant to me. Just me. My definitions. And I found that Christmas, f…

The roles played by medieval women in society were many and varied. Socially, they were defined by their marital status and ability to produ...

The roles played by medieval women in society were many and varied. Socially, they were defined by their marital status and ability to produ...

Symbolism of The Tudor Rose: 22nd August 1485 – The Battle of Bosworth Field was won by the Lancastrians.  Their leader Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, became the first English monarch of the Tudor dynasty by his victory and subsequent marriage to a Yorkist princess.  His opponent Richard III, the last king of the House of York, was killed in the battle.

Symbolism of The Tudor Rose: August 1485 – The Battle of Bosworth Field…

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