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'''The Year 1000: A Legacy of Science and Technology '''     
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 An online exhibit into the technological developments of the year 1000, which this site claims was a "turning point towards High Medieval civilization with individuals and societies around the world making contributions to science, technology and culture."

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This site features annotated links to "Internet resources worldwide which deal with aspects of medieval science, both in Western and other cultures." Topics include animals, astronomy, botany, and mathematics. "This site was designed, and is intended, for collegiate-level (adult) viewers." From a journal editor who is a professor of medieval British literature professor.

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This Web site for a garden at Penn State University describes elements of a medieval garden. Includes illustrated information about the garden sections (kitchen garden, pleasure ground, and contemplation garden), and descriptions of typical medieval flowers, trees, vegetable and field crops, and garden structures. From the Center for Medieval Studies, Penn State University.

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'''Nova Lost Empires – Medieval Seige'''
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See how to build a trebuchet, learn about life in a castle and the medieval arms race.  Interviews with specialists answer intriguing questions such as,” Did personal hygiene habits match the overall cleanliness level?” or,” What were sleeping arrangements like for all these people? Did families in the castle have private rooms?”

'''What Was it Really Like in The Middle Ages?'''
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This is a great site for middle school or high school students. What was it really like in the Middle Ages? Short entries are provided with subjects like feudal life, religion, homes, health, and town life.  There are always links if you should want more info.  “Related Sources” offers more links to various medieval related websites.









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'''Overview:''' This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques.
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 This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques.
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''' Overview:''' In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.

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 In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.

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''' Overview: '''This searchable, annotated index "covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages." Over 8,000 records from more than 450 journals, beginning in 1992, are included. Materials in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian are indexed. There are also a few links to related sites.

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'''Overview: '''A trebuchet is a siege engine used in medieval times, also known as traction trebuchet, perrier, petraria, war wolf, coulliard, bricole, and "the witch from whose head the ropes hang like hair." This Australian site shows historical depictions of this "leverage artillery," photographs of current working models, and information on how to construct one for yourself.

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A trebuchet is a siege engine used in medieval times, also known as traction trebuchet, perrier, petraria, war wolf, coulliard, bricole, and "the witch from whose head the ropes hang like hair." This Australian site shows historical depictions of this "leverage artillery," photographs of current working models, and information on how to construct one for yourself.

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'''Overview:''' This Web site for a garden at Penn State University describes elements of a medieval garden. Includes illustrated information about the garden sections (kitchen garden, pleasure ground, and contemplation garden), and descriptions of typical medieval flowers, trees, vegetable and field crops, and garden structures. From the Center for Medieval Studies, Penn State University.
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This Web site for a garden at Penn State University describes elements of a medieval garden. Includes illustrated information about the garden sections (kitchen garden, pleasure ground, and contemplation garden), and descriptions of typical medieval flowers, trees, vegetable and field crops, and garden structures. From the Center for Medieval Studies, Penn State University.
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''' Overview:''' This site features annotated links to "Internet resources worldwide which deal with aspects of medieval science, both in Western and other cultures." Topics include animals, astronomy, botany, and mathematics. "This site was designed, and is intended, for collegiate-level (adult) viewers." From a journal editor who is a professor of medieval British literature professor.
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This site features annotated links to "Internet resources worldwide which deal with aspects of medieval science, both in Western and other cultures." Topics include animals, astronomy, botany, and mathematics. "This site was designed, and is intended, for collegiate-level (adult) viewers." From a journal editor who is a professor of medieval British literature professor.
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''' Overview:''' This searchable site features timelines of events in Great Britain from 800 to 1499. "Maps show the locations of castles, abbeys, and cathedrals in England, Scotland, and Wales. Every person and building on this site has its own timeline and links to related subjects." Includes a glossary of terms, information on architectural styles, and three-dimensional images of buildings. Parts of the site do not display properly in Netscape.
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 This searchable site features timelines of events in Great Britain from 800 to 1499. "Maps show the locations of castles, abbeys, and cathedrals in England, Scotland, and Wales. Every person and building on this site has its own timeline and links to related subjects." Includes a glossary of terms, information on architectural styles, and three-dimensional images of buildings. Parts of the site do not display properly in Netscape.
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'''Overview:''' "On this site you will find one of the British Library's two copies of Magna Carta, issued by King John's chancery in 1215." Also features background about this document that "established for the first time a very significant [English] constitutional principle: that the power of the king could be limited by a written grant," and an English translation of the Latin original.
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 "On this site you will find one of the British Library's two copies of Magna Carta, issued by King John's chancery in 1215." Also features background about this document that "established for the first time a very significant [English] constitutional principle: that the power of the king could be limited by a written grant," and an English translation of the Latin original.
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''' Overview:''' An online exhibit into the technological developments of the year 1000, which this site claims was a "turning point towards High Medieval civilization with individuals and societies around the world making contributions to science, technology and culture."
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'''Overview:''' This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques. 
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'''Overview:''' This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques.
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''' Overview:''' In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.\\
''' Topics:''' Dragons, Dreams, & Daring Deeds, History, History By Place, Printing, Publishing, and Book Arts.

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''' Overview:''' In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.

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''' Overview: '''This searchable, annotated index "covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages." Over 8,000 records from more than 450 journals, beginning in 1992, are included. Materials in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian are indexed. There are also a few links to related sites. Edited by Margaret Schaus, a librarian at Haverford College.\\
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''' Overview: '''This searchable, annotated index "covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages." Over 8,000 records from more than 450 journals, beginning in 1992, are included. Materials in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian are indexed. There are also a few links to related sites.

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'''Overview: '''A trebuchet is a siege engine used in medieval times, also known as traction trebuchet, perrier, petraria, war wolf, coulliard, bricole, and "the witch from whose head the ropes hang like hair." This Australian site shows historical depictions of this "leverage artillery," photographs of current working models, and information on how to construct one for yourself. There are links to other trebuchet Web sites and to the online Encyclopaedia Britannica.\\
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'''Overview: '''A trebuchet is a siege engine used in medieval times, also known as traction trebuchet, perrier, petraria, war wolf, coulliard, bricole, and "the witch from whose head the ropes hang like hair." This Australian site shows historical depictions of this "leverage artillery," photographs of current working models, and information on how to construct one for yourself.

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'''Overview:''' "On this site you will find one of the British Library's two copies of Magna Carta, issued by King John's chancery in 1215." Also features background about this document that "established for the first time a very significant [English] constitutional principle: that the power of the king could be limited by a written grant," and an English translation of the Latin original.
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'''Overview:''' This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques.
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''' Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts ''' (AEMMA)
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'''Overview:''' This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques. Training classes are offered for a fee.\\
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''' Overview:''' In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.
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''' Overview:''' In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.\\
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''' Overview: '''This searchable, annotated index "covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages." Over 8,000 records from more than 450 journals, beginning in 1992, are included. Materials in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian are indexed. There are also a few links to related sites. Edited by Margaret Schaus, a librarian at Haverford College.\\
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''' Grey Company Trebuchet Page '''     
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'''Overview: '''A trebuchet is a siege engine used in medieval times, also known as traction trebuchet, perrier, petraria, war wolf, coulliard, bricole, and "the witch from whose head the ropes hang like hair." This Australian site shows historical depictions of this "leverage artillery," photographs of current working models, and information on how to construct one for yourself. There are links to other trebuchet Web sites and to the online Encyclopaedia Britannica.\\
''' Topics:''' History, Weapons.

''' The Medieval Garden '''   
[[http://www.psu.edu/dept/medieval/garden.html]]
'''Overview:''' This Web site for a garden at Penn State University describes elements of a medieval garden. Includes illustrated information about the garden sections (kitchen garden, pleasure ground, and contemplation garden), and descriptions of typical medieval flowers, trees, vegetable and field crops, and garden structures. From the Center for Medieval Studies, Penn State University.

''' The Medieval Science Page '''     
[[http://members.aol.com/mcnelis/medsci_index.html]] \\
This site features annotated links to "Internet resources worldwide which deal with aspects of medieval science, both in Western and other cultures." Topics include animals, astronomy, botany, and mathematics. "This site was designed, and is intended, for collegiate-level (adult) viewers." From a journal editor who is a professor of medieval British literature professor.

''' TimeRef '''
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''' Overview:''' This searchable site features timelines of events in Great Britain from 800 to 1499. "Maps show the locations of castles, abbeys, and cathedrals in England, Scotland, and Wales. Every person and building on this site has its own timeline and links to related subjects." Includes a glossary of terms, information on architectural styles, and three-dimensional images of buildings. Parts of the site do not display properly in Netscape.

''' Treasures in Full: Magna Carta '''   
[[http://www.bl.uk/treasures/magnacarta/magna.html]]\\
'''Overview:''' "On this site you will find one of the British Library's two copies of Magna Carta, issued by King John's chancery in 1215." Also features background about this document that "established for the first time a very significant [English] constitutional principle: that the power of the king could be limited by a written grant," and an English translation of the Latin original. From the British Library.

'''The Year 1000: A Legacy of Science and Technology '''     
[[http://www.lindahall.org/events_exhib/exhibit/exhibits/y1k/]]\\
''' Overview:''' An online exhibit into the technological developments of the year 1000, which this site claims was a "turning point towards High Medieval civilization with individuals and societies around the world making contributions to science, technology and culture." By librarian Nancy V. Green of the Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering and Technology, Kansas City, Mo.

''' Bodleian Library Image Catalogue '''
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''' Overview:''' Features medieval manuscript images from the Bodleian Library, Oxford, UK.

''' DScriptorium '''
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'''Overview:''' Devoted to collecting, storing and distributing digital images of Medieval manuscripts.

''' Medieval Manuscripts at the Syracuse University Library '''
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''' Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts ''' (AEMMA)
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'''Overview:''' This Canadian organization hopes to "resurrect the combat skills, philosophies and principles of an accomplished European Medieval martial artist." This site features a manual of training techniques based on medieval texts, with photos, illustrations, and video clips. Discusses drills, sparring and fencing, grappling, dagger training, jousting, horsemanship, and related techniques. Training classes are offered for a fee.
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''' Topics: ''' Dragons, Dreams, & Daring Deeds, History, History By Place, Photograph Collections, Photograph ''' Collections: ''' History, Regions of the World, Sports, Sports, Recreation, & Entertainment

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'''Overview:''' In 1086, William the Conqueror commissioned a land survey to assess "the extent of the land and resources being owned in England at the time." This site intends to show the history of that survey, which became the Domesday Book, and give an insight into 11th century life in Great Britain. Features a list of every settlement existing in 1086, timelines of the book's creation, a biography of the King William, a glossary, a FAQ, place name origins, and related links. Searchable.
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