The Knight-Medieval.com website is a nice site all about medieval knights. It has lots of information and resources about knights, their weapons, their chivalry and their history. Go to the knight medieval website
Swords & Armor and Fantasy Art Medieval and fantasy weaponry along with fantasy art and gifts.
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The definitive location for primary sources from the Middle Ages. The site is the single largest repository of public-domain texts from the Middle Ages anywhere. Most of the texts are in English and are organized into logical areas. A must see for any student of the Middle Ages.
B's Free Medieval ClipArt
Definitely not academic but still fun if you are looking for medieval clip art to spruce up a web site.
of Medieval Art and Architecture
Mainly concerned with medieval architecture from both England and France with more countries coming soon. Include images of cathedrals, castles, abbeys, parish churches and more. "The purpose of this site is to promote education and research in Medieval art and architecture. We plan to expand it (funding permitting) by adding various levels of supplementary information, bibliographical references, more images, and different kinds of cross-links including keyword searching."
Feast for the Eyes: A Medieval and Renaissance Food
and Feast Image Collection
"These illustrations of food and feasting are from authentic period sources. There are no 20th century pictures in this collection, nor any modern moyen-age art - these are the true images that our Medieval & Renaissance ancestors created depicting the food & feasting, the kitchens & equipment, and the taverns & feasthalls that enriched their daily lives."
History Resources on the Web: Art of the Middle Ages
A large meta site of art resources available on the web. Sections include General, Early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, Early Medieval, Romanesque, Gothic and Medieval Manuscripts. There are also other areas for non-medieval art.
Jewels, Arms and Coat of Arms- Material Culture and
Self-Representation in the Late Middle Ages
"A manual put together by participants of a project at the Central European University at Budapest, Hungary. Covers the development and definitions of heraldry, symbolism and typology of jewelry, types and usage of weaponry and armor, special features of garments in the Late Middle Ages-- and discusses all of this from the point of view of self-representation. Lots of images and easy navigation."
The Society for Creative
Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
Demographics Made easy - Numbers for Fantasy Worlds
- A Journey into Europes Medieval Past