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but also usable by everyone from students to the merely curious. Well defined
chapters inform the researcher of not only the facts and statistics, but
also narrow in on more mundane aspects of the epidemics. A wonderful and
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A Pestilence Tyme is a part of the Gode Cookery domain. Also at GodeCookery.com:
Boke of Gode Cookery - A collection of Medieval
recipes adapted for the modern kitchen, with period receipts, translations,
& redactions. Included are graphics, photographs, descriptions of feasts,
information on period cookery, & articles.
of the Middle Ages - The fantastic and incredible fish
of the Middle Ages, both real & imagined. Excerpts from a Medieval
manuscript are generously accompanied by authentic illustrations of strange
& exotic fish, sea monsters, and beasts.
Jeanne La pucelle
and the Dying God - Joan of Arc was neither saint nor
witch, but history has made her both. An examination of the theory of Dr.
Margaret Murray that Joan of Arc was a member of an ancient cult that demanded
the death of the king. An award winning site, recommended by Infoseek.
- Supernatural and fantastic imagery from the Middle Ages
- devils, demons, monsters, witches, and death. Four galleries with 120
pictures, along with the Hans Holbein Alphabet of Death.
Clipart Collection - A collection of clipart derived
from Medieval woodcuts and compiled in 9 sections: Animals, Creatures,
& Beasts; Biblical Scenes & Figures; Birds; Decorative Borders;
Decorative Initials; Fish & Sea Monsters; Miscellaneous Images; People
& Human Figures; and Plants & Flora.
Plants of the Middle Ages - A short history of the some
of the fantastic & fabulous mythical plants our Medieval forebears
believed in. With period illustrations. An award winning site, recommended
Passing To and Fro - Although Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
pilgrims are fictional characters, the pilgrimage to the Shrine of Thomas
á Becket was an actual experience for many Medieval folk. This site
looks at the lives of Chaucer's pilgrims had they been truly alive and
their journey real.
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