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Part VIII: Additional Links
- Bayeaux Tapestry:
The Bayeaux Tapestry is an embroidery work that is about
20"x230'. It was apparently intended to tell, in a pictorial manner,
the events that caused the Battle of Hastings, as well as telling of
the battle itself.
Below is listed only a few of the many sites dedicated to the tapestry.
- The Bayeux Tapestry
This site has the tapestry broken down into 34 gifs each of which depict a
2.25 yard segment of the tapestry as well as a 35th gif that depicts the
remaining lesser segment that is the end of the tapestry.
- Invasion of England, 1066
Gives a fairly brief history of the Battle of Hastings as a lead
in to describing the tapestry, with interpretations of each
- The Bayeux Tapestry and the Norman Invasion of England
While this site is a self proclaimed "British Online Travel Magazine",
the site's creator seems to have taken great pains with his section on
- Medieval Architecture/Historical Sites
- Castles Abbeys and Medieval Buildings
- To quote from the site itself, "These pages are a record of castles,
abbeys, churches, manor houses and all types of medieval buildings I have
visited and photographed in England." The "I" in question is Michael W.
Cook, and his photographs are definitely worth visiting the site.
- Welcome To La Rioja, Spain.
- This site is an MSN Groups site dedictaed to the Medieval Castles of
La Rioja, Spain. The site has very nicely done photographs of the various
castles of this region. Please note: The information about each castle is
in Spanish. However, even if you can't read Spanish, you will definitely
enjoy the images.
- Spanish History
- El Camino de Santiago en La Rioja
- This a site about the Pilgrim's Route to Santiago de
Compostela through La Rioja, Spain. The one downside to
this site is that while it looks to be a very informative
site, if you can't read Spanish, you won't be able to get
much from it. If, however, you can read Spanish,
- Non-European History Links -- Ottoman Empire
- Archives of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic
The National Archives of Turkey has made these archives searchable
online. The service is free, but you must register first. Currently
access is in Turkish only.
- General Information Links
Richard III Society
Bibliography links. Specifically, a "Bibliography on Selected Ricardian
Topics" with links to various articles and websites, as well as a listing
of books and documents that may not be found on the web, but at your
local "brick and mortar" college, university and/or library. The majority
of the listings here are in fact of the latter type. Beautifully done and
extremely informative as to what is available.
The ORB: On-line Reference Book for
Medieval Studies Home Page
This is an academic site. The content is written and maintained by
medieval scholars using peer review judging for articles appearing
The ORB Medieval Studies for the Nonspecialist: A Guide to Online Resources
Links for those who want to learn the facts behind the various
movies, television representations and historical fictions about
the Middle Ages.
- The British Public Library Catalogue
A link to the public catalog of the British Library
If you would like to add to the links listed or have a comment you wish to
make about the pages, send a email to the SHM Q&A administration.
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Last updated 07/19/2009