All our local family was off visiting their in-laws, so my little clan spent a quiet Christmas without the usual hustle-bustle. We went out to Christmas dinner (no dishes to […]

Back to the research track with the Internet Medieval Sourcebook — Fordham University’s online repository of original medieval era documents in the original languages and in translation, plus links to […]

There’s more to Google Earth than finding a satellite view of your house — which is cool enough — or even seeing the land where your characters walk. You can […]

TimeRef.com — a wonderful interactive timeline of the Middle Ages. Approaches the era both chronologically and as “Episodes”, which break down specific incidents. Includes thorough listings of medieval people and […]

In the same vein as yesterday: Calculation of the Ecclesiastical Calendar — Western, Orthodox, Gregorian, Julian, it’s all here, including information on how the date for Easter was and is […]

Today’s link is to Packrat’s Timeline — an eclectic but concise listing of events from 4,000,000 B.C.E. to the 17th century, with subsets covering the ancient world and the Crusades. […]

I neglected to put up a link yesterday, so today you get two. First up, Merriam-Webster’s Visual Dictionary On-Line. Arranged thematically, this is the interactive version of the familiar reference […]

Not the real one, but Camelot International — Britain’s Heritage and History. An excellent “beginner’s” site for British history from Roman times to present. Has an “Interactive Medieval Village”:http://www.camelotintl.com/village/street.html where […]