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A vast resource with a search engine
A timeline of the whole of Richard III’s lifetime.
Ricardian events by the Worcester Branch of the Richard III Society.
A huge compendium of teaching resources at all levels, much requiring a subscription.
Covers warfare religion and architecture.
An archive of high quality images of medieval books as well as a market place for these.
Online exercise in the virtual classroom of Cambridge University.
A digital library that includes links to many medieval texts.
Boo! But contains a summary of the whole of 15th century Royal history on one page.
A fascinating, eclectic collection of diverse objects of medieval life.
A database of 64,000 names of people who migrated to England between 1330 and 1550 (includes professions, places of origin etc). With resources for teachers.
Old and new calendar dates, ecclesiastical calendar and regnal years.
A blog written by a team of amateur historians on various historical themes, mostly medieval and many to mark anniversaries.
An annual two-day event, one of the largest in England.
London’s only medieval festival over a weekend.
Open all year and hosts the annual commemoration and re-enactment of the battle over a weekend.
View a timeline of the development of English writing and printing over a thousand years.
The largest collection of Medieval and Early Modern armour and weapons in England.
And the History of Parliament Blog for the Commons in the Wars of the Roses
A database of soldiers serving the English crown between 1369 and 1453.
The White Oak Society recreate aspects of life in 15th century England.
The History of England contains a vast number of podcasts and articles.
Tudor Monastery Farm is a BBC TV series showing a recreation of medieval rural life.
Fake History and Medieval Myths debunks some popular misconceptions.
A Merrie Noyse a group of three musicians who between them perform a wide range of instruments.