(and Late Antiquity)
This section of the Dragonlords' Bookstore includes texts on all topics that have to
do with medieval history (and some about Late Antiquity, as my interests have turned in that direction).
This section includes the names of people who have written a lot about the
Other Historical Works
This section consists of titles from multiple authors or from authors who
currently only have one title in print.
The Goths in the Fourth Century
- John Matthews teamed with Peter Heather to translate several texts.
Roman Empire of Ammianus Marcellinus
- John Matthews takes a look at the Roman world of Late Antiquity.
Atlas of the Roman World
- This useful reference work is aimed at the general reader.
The Medieval Health Handbook
- Luisa Cogliati Arano's excellent presentation of the _Tacunum Santitatis_.
The Medieval Sinner: Characterization and Confession in the Literature of
the English Middle Ages
- Mary Flowers Braswell discusses the concept of the sinner in medieval literature.
Barbarians Within the Gates of Rome: A Study of Roman Military Policy
and Barbarians, Ca. 375-425 A.D.
- Thomas S. Burns's thought-provoking work detailing what happened to Roman troops when
the Empire supposedly abandonned Britain.
The Age of the Picts
- While technically pre-medieval history, this book by W.A. Cummins is excellent background for
anyone who studies the Middle Ages in the northern U.K.
Literary and Historical Perspectives of the Middle Ages
- P.W. Cummins edited this collection of discussion on historical and literary materials from the Middle Ages.
The Cathedral: The Social and Architectural Dynamics of Construction
- Alain Erlande-Brandenburg's contribution to the Cambridge Studies in the History of Architecture.
The Ending of Roman Britan
- A.S. Esmonde Cleary's thoughtful study of a very confusing period.
Daily Living in the 12th Century
- Urban T. Holmes takes a close look at what it was really like to live in the twelfth century.
The End of Roman Britain
- Michael E. Jones takes a look at the extent to which the Romans influenced Britain
and comes to the conclusion that the impact was not as great as has been previously thought.
An Age of Tyrants: Britain and the Britons, A.D. 400-600
- Christopher A. Snyder looks at one of the most complicated and fascinating
periods in British history.
Life in a Medieval Castle and Village
- John Green produced this coloring book for children.
Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction
- David MacAulay's classic study of the medieval Cathedral.
Medieval England: An Encyclopedia (Garland Encyclopedias of the Middle
Ages, Vol 3)
- A fabulous new reference source for scholars in all fields.
Encyclopedia of Medieval Church Art
- A survey of the medieval visual arts in English Churches.
For books about Late Antiquity and King Arthur, visit the Arthurian section
of the Dragonlords' bookstore.
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