An era of European history also called the Middle Ages that extended from the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD to the fall of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire in the 15th century AD.
From ScienceDaily, idea that there's no need to worry about human-induced global warming because the world's climate in medieval time was at least as warm as today's is flawed.
Maps and 3D images, objects, a slide show, games, animations and educational materials reveal the city's portrait and its shape as it changed over time. Includes details of the town's archaeological unit and its work.
Newsletter, research funds administered by the society for which applications can be made, membership fees, brief details of the society's journal and monograph series.
Online journal for the study of Northwestern Europe from the Late Roman Empire to the advent of the Norman Empire aimed at both professionals and amateurs. US-based, but has British academics on the editorial board.
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