On February 18, 1478, George Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence, was executed. He was the brother of Edward IV and was rumored to have been executed in malmsey wine, but is that really true?
Adults have always created toys to keep children occupied and out of the way. Collected here are some great examples of medieval toys.
The victory of Henry V's small, exhausted and starving army against a vast French host was the greatest triumph of the English longbow in the Hundred Years War between England and France.
The Monarchy of Charles V was modern
Specific ideas and plans for teaching children about Charlemagne, his place in history and on the globe.
Outfits worn by men and women in times of war and peace differed little between the homelands of Europe and southern Scandinavia and where they settled in Britain. Leisure hours were long in winter.
Why did William Duke of Normandy go to such lengths to gain approval from the Pope to invade England and remove Harold Godwinson as the rightful King in 1066?
A quick look into the history of Renaissance Clothing in the Medieval age including the meaning of men and women's styles and the lasting effects on the fashion world today.
Pirates were known for the great horror they caused through the weapons they used. They used many items to instill terror from cannons to revolvers.
Stoolball is a medieval ancestor of baseball. It is a bat and ball game that is a lot of fun to play.