Peasant Society as Revealed by a Thirteenth-Century Manorial Extent -

An extent was an inquisition conducted for the purpose of determining the holdings of a manorial lord, either for the local lord's own use or for a higher authority.

english countryside before the fateful storm

Beautiful pictures of England / Britain scenery, Yorkshire countryside, UK, photo by hchalkley

Thirteenth century helm, spurs, poleyns, sword, scabbard, and mail hauberk

Note the lacing of the sword belt to the scabbard, my best recreation of that style yet.

The Gatehouse of Dunstanburgh Castle

Dunstanburgh Castle Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland

View across the waves towards Dunstanburgh Castle

Dramatic Dunstanburgh Castle was built at a time when relations between King Edward II and his most powerful baron, Earl Thomas of Lancaster, had become openly hostile.

15th Century Castle w/moat only $5.6M ‪#‎amwriting‬

When something dates back to "vintage" doesn't quite cover it. The Le Chateau de Vigny Castle is a square foot medieval masterpiece, set just 30 miles north of Paris. Spread across the 44 acres are two outbuildings, a.

Cover for Knight Moves, Book 2 in the Merriweather Sisters Time Travel Romance Trilogy

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