These are the "middle" centuries, from approximately 600 AD to 1500 AD.
Freeware. Requires Windows 95, 98 or 3.1.
Links to sites that let kids learn how people in the middle ages lived, explore castles, and even build their own medieval creations.
Interactive exhibit explores feudal life, homes, clothing, health, arts and entertainment, religion, and town life. Includes activities on cathedrals, clothing, art, and medical practices.
School project made for an eighth grade class provides a brief introduction to the civilization.
A fictional, but historically accurate castle based on Nottingham Castle as it was in about 1480.
Pictures of an original copy of the Magna Carta, translation of the text, and background of why it was written.
Links to primary sources, including an original copy of England's famous document, learn why King John signed the charter and what rights he granted.
Features slides with information about medieval times such as manor life, farming, and the bubonic plague.
Student-created site on the Middle Ages. Contains information on cathedrals, castles, the Black Death, people, fashion, and daily life.
Describes requirements for membership and the duties of merchants, craftsmen and bakers.
Freeware (free software) from Owl and Mouse suitable for classroom or home use.
A tour of an imaginary castle and village with Lady Clare and Sir Claude. Created for first through third graders.
Guide for middle school students introduces the period. Also provides in-depth information about specific topics such as feudalism, the Vikings, the Byzantine Empire, and the bubonic plague.
Translation from the Latin of the first version of the Magna Carta, signed by King John at Runnymede in 1215. Links to glossary and Latin original text.
Collection of illustrated articles cover aspects of British history from 1066-1500. From Spartacus Internet Encyclopaedia.
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