These books and web sites can help you learn even more about the fascinating Medieval Times. Here are all of the books, sites, and articles where we got information, and the sites where we got our pictures. We want to thank all of the people who helped us make this site.
Clare, D. John. Knights In Armor. Great Britain: The Bodley Head Children's Books, 1991.
Coville, Bruce. Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher. New York, New York City: 1991.
Gravett, Christopher. Eyewitness Knight. New York: Great Britian, 1993.
Sawer, Allen/Martha. Pagan Holidays?Minneapolis: Star Tribune, Oct. 31, 1999
Unstead, RJ. A Medieval City. Great Britian: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co, Inc, 1986.
Unstead, RJ. A Medieval Village. Great Britian: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co, Inc, 1986.
The Annenberg /CPB Project. "Health: What Was it Really Like in the Middle Ages?" 1999 <http://www.learner.org/exibits/middleages/health.html> (March 2000)
Salford Hills Elementary School "Foods of the Middle Ages" <http://tqjunior.advanced.org/4051/ikitch 1.htm> (March 2000)
Castle on the hill at Castles page, nobleman, couple, lady with flowers, and noble lady at Clothing page found at Bryde the Webmistress Medieval Clip Art <http://members.easyspace.com/Brig/mca/clips.html> Free for personal and nonprofit use. (March, 2000).
Animated castle on Castles page at Rattlesnake Graffiti, Jinger Dixon, 1998 <http:www.jetlink.net/~dixon/rattle/> Free for personal and nonprofit use. (March, 2000).
Feast at Food page found at James L. Matterer A Feast for the Eyes <http://www.godecookery.com/afeats.htm> Free for personal and nonprofit use. (March 2000)
Two animations of knights found on Knights page from "Clipart Castle", Castle Trash <http:// www.clipartcastle.com/> Free for personal and nonprofit use. (March 2000)
Two animations of dragons found on the Myths page from Malathar's Dragons, Kevin Palivec <http://camalott.com/~malathar/animgifs.html> Free for personal and nonprofit use. (March 2000)
Green bar on the top of most site pages and green triangles and circle found at the bottom of most site pages from Celtic Web Art, Karen Nicholas, 1997-1999 at <http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/Cyrion7/celtic/index.htm> Free for personal and nonprofit use. (February, 2000)
mouse-overs on almost all pages at CNET: SuperScripter <http://www.builder.com/Programing/Scripter/?ex.bl.3880.smpl.bl
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