A Banquet of Medieval Information

I have been delighted to find so much medieval information available on the Internet and on Podcasts.

Today for example I listened to a podcast about Eustace the Monk, a 13th-century pirate who worked for both England and France. I found this on iTunes, but it is available on the computer. http://www.medievalarchives.com/2010/09/08/medieval-archives-podcast-episode-03-eustace-the-monk

There is a lot of good information at the main site:

http://www.medievalarchives.com/

For anyone interested in church history:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ancient-medieval-church-history/id304575329

If you are interested in using free medieval music for your own podcast:

http://magnatune.com/podcasts/medieval

A great website with lots of information is:

http://www.medievalists.net

You might also check out:

http://medieval.stormthecastle.com/

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About medievalphyllis

I love history and I love writing. I've been working on an historical novel about a medieval viscountess, Ermengarde of Narbonne since 2009. It has been quite a journey and the journey isn't over. Previously I written 6 historical novels for kids, but this is a new challenge.
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