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The Lady Chapel redirects here. For places by that name, see Lady Chapel.Candace Robb (born 1950) is an English historical novelis...
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Hilda Winifred Lewis (1896–1974) was a British author of historical and childrens fiction.Lewis originally worked as a teacher, b...
Thomas Leland (1722–1785) was an Irish historian, translator and academic and the author of the early gothic novel Longsword, Ear...
Helen Hollick (born 1953) is a British author of historical fiction. She is the author of the Arthurian trilogy Pendragons Banner,...
Portrait of Maurice HewlettMaurice Henry Hewlett (1861–1923), was an English historical novelist, poet and essayist....
Roberta Leah Jacobs Gellis (27 September 1927 - 6 May 2016) was an American writer of historical fictio...
Alys Clare is a pseudonym of Elizabeth Harris, author of English historical whodunnit novels primarily set in medieval times, feat...
The nature of human beings never changes; it is immutable. The present generation of children and the present generation of young ...
The three abductions of maidens from the Vreta convent was a series of events that took place in Sweden in the 13th century. They ...
A selion is a medieval open strip of land or small field used for growing crops, usually owned by or rented to peasants. A selion...
In the Middle Ages, a casalis or casale (Latin and Italian; Old French/Spanish casal), plural casalia (casali, casales), was "a cl...
School of Chartres
Philosopher (maybe Pythagoras) on one of the archivolts over the right door of the west portal at ChartresDuring the High Middle...
Note that the Pasagium were also a name given the Crusades.The Pasagians, also spelled Passagians or Pasagini, were a religious se...
The Tournament (painting)
The Tournament is a major 1812 painting by Pierre Révoil, who presented it to the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon (which still owns...
Middle Ages in popular culture
Representations of the Middle Ages are frequently attested in various media of modern culture, from literature, drama and film to ...
Illuminare – Centre for the Study of Medieval Art
Illuminare – Centre for the Study of Medieval Art KU Leuven, is a university-led research and documentation centre. It is situate...
Region in ItalyThe Valle Trita was a remote area lying beneath the highest peak in the Central Apennines. It was mainly forest and...
Scroll from Säckingen Abbey from 1310, written in Middle High German.An urbarium (German: Urbar, English: urbarium, also rental...
English feudalismHarold Sacramentum Fecit Willelmo Duci(Bayeux Tapestry)Bastard feudalismFiefDemesneCrown landAllodial titleAppana...
Private jurisdiction is the right of an individual or a legal entity to establish courts of law. It was prevalent during feudalism...
Overmighty subject (or overmighty baron) is a term associated with bastard feudalism. It denotes a royal subject in late medieval...
Nulle terre sans seigneur
In feudal law, nulle terre sans seigneur is the principle that one provides services to the sovereign (usually serving in his army...
A city charter or town charter (generically, municipal charter) is a legal document (charter) establishing a municipality such as ...
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