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Outline of the Middle Ages

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Outline of the Middle Ages

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Middle Ages:

Middle Agesperiodization of European history from the 5th century to the 15th century. The Middle Ages follows the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 and precedes the Early Modern Era. It is the middle period of a three-period division of Western history: Classic, Medieval and Modern.

Essence of the Middle Ages

Main article: Middle Ages

Subdivisions of the Middle Ages

Periodization

Medieval history by region

Medieval history by subject

History of medieval history

Medieval history scholars

Medieval historical societies

Medieval themed festivals and recreational events

Leaders during the Middle Ages

Related lists

See also

External links

  • Internet Medieval Sourcebook Project Primary source archive of the Middle Ages.
  • The Online Reference Book of Medieval Studies Academic peer reviewed articles.
  • Medieval Knights Medieval Knights is a medieval educational resource site geared to students and medieval enthusiests.
  • The Labyrinth Resources for Medieval Studies.
  • NetSERF The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources.
  • The Middle Ages - an informational site for teachers and students
  • Medieval Realms Learning resources from the British Library including studies of beautiful medieval manuscripts
  • Information of the Medieval Period.
  • De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History
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