Credits and Recognition for Contributing to this
Things we got permission for:
We received permission from many sources to use their images or drawings. Some of
these images were authentic medieval artowrk reproduced on the web, and other were
pictures of medieval weapons, armor, and clothing. The latter pictures were obtained
from medieval retailers that specialize in selling period goods.
The WebMuseum (http://sunsite.nus.sg/wm/)
We would like to thank Mr. Nicolas Pioch who gave us his permission to use his images
of the famous French "book of hours". The images used were from a calendar in the
medieval prayer book.
Arms and Armor (http://www.armor.com)
Arms and Armor gave use permission to use pictures of their authentic, handmade,
medieval weapons in our web site. We really appreciate their generoisty.
The Celtic Weaver (http://www.toolcity.net/~daffydd/weaver/lynn.html)
They gave us limited permission. We were allowed to use pictures from their authentic
Chivalry Sports (http://renstore.com/index.shtml)
They gave us permission to use their drawings and photographs from
Jeb Milne gave us permission to use some of his images from his web site at
He had multiple pictures of medieval
New World Arbalest (http://beacon.moontower.com/crossbow)
They gave us permission to use pictures of the crossbows they sell.
Outside Online (http://outside.starwave.com)
They gave us permission to use AVI videos of a siege weapon in action!
We would also like to thank *CAFFINE*, our main friend in the numerous
late nights. You were always there for us, and without you, this site
would not be.
Places with objects in public domain:
We would like to thank the following places where we got textures and VRML objects for
our VRML worlds.
We used many texture files from this site. It has a massive amount of
We used a few pubic domain VRML models of various props, namely
hard to construct objects like animals, from this site.
We would also like to thank Oracle Corporation for
hosting our site and for sponsoring the Thinkquest competition.