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Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics 4 By ed. Gyula Klima
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A Magical Medieval Society: Western Europe (2nd Edition) By Joseph Browning, Suzi Yee
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"If you're a DM and running a D&D game, you should have this book. Period." Monte Cook, author of the 3E Dungeon Master's Guide. This 192-page supplement is for GMs and players who... More > wish to add a touch of realism to their game. It's for the people who'd like to flesh out the background of their gaming world, but don't have the time to dig through scholarly books. A Magical Medieval Society: Western Europe provides you flexibility and advice in creating your own world. It contains a massive amount of game-usable information about the medieval period and focuses on how D20 magic could change a traditional medieval setting. Generation systems for kingdoms, cities, manors, aristocratic wealth and landholding; a thorough construction system; and an economic simulator allow GMs to recreate the high middle ages feel with ease. The book is easily usable with any fantasy role-playing game.< Less
Fief: A Look at Medieval Society from its Lower Rungs By Cumberland Games
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Lisa Steele's sourcebook examining the Middle Ages from the viewpoint of the ordinary farmer, priest and landholder. Enjoy a trip to a world where powerful priests can charge sinners with the death... More > penalty, and where knights gather for illegal combat sports . . . where thieves can thumb their nose at the authorities from within the walls of a church, and where a foraging band of the king's own soldiers is more dangerous than a pack of brigand outlaws. In the midst of all this, ordinary people survived to work the land, weave the cloth, and pray for safety from famine and plague. Visit cumberlandgames.com to learn more about this book in its original digital form (PDF sampler available). Researched & written by Lisa J. Steele. Produced & indexed by S. John Ross.< Less
Journey Through the Medieval Times By Natalie Genoe et al.
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Students will investigate and explore Medieval European society by examining and exploring the major events and influences of the time period (from 500-1500 A.D.) and the effects that they had on... More > Medieval society. Students will then apply the knowledge that they have learned through the unit to better understand our present society.< Less
The Medieval Women’s Dictionary By Cheryl Yale-Bruedigam
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A reconstruction of the female in medieval British society based on words from the Old and Middle English languages. If you are fascinated with life in the Middle Ages, women’s studies, or the... More > history of the English language, you will find this an interesting look at life in that day and time. If you are researching women or words from this period, this work will undoubtedly assist in time and effort to provide a quick reference to common words and concepts relating to women, to the feminine, to the female and their lives.< Less
The Family Guide to Medieval Life By Pippa Britton
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Medieval men and women wanted the same things in life that we do today - they wanted to be warm and dry and well fed. They needed education and jobs and in their spare time liked to be entertained.... More > In fact it sounds like all these things could apply to any one of us today! This book shows how very alike people are regardless of what century they were born in and is illustrated with examples of everyday things. The Family Guide to Medieval Life gives the casual reader and older child a broad view of what it was like to live in the Middle Ages. It is a chance to find out how people lived, from the very rich to the very poor and how their lives were not only influenced by the Church and society but how they were enriched by travel, education and entertainment< Less
The Family Guide to Medieval Life By Pippa Britton
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Medieval men and women wanted the same things in life that we do today - they wanted to be warm and dry and well fed. They needed education and jobs and in their spare time liked to be entertained.... More > In fact it sounds like all these things could apply to any one of us today! This book shows how very alike people are regardless of what century they were born in and is illustrated with examples of everyday things. The Family Guide to Medieval Life gives the casual reader and older child a broad view of what it was like to live in the Middle Ages. It is a chance to find out how people lived, from the very rich to the very poor and how their lives were not only influenced by the Church and society but how they were enriched by travel, education and entertainment< Less
Health and Well Being: A Medieval Guide By Andrew Forbes, Daniel Henley, David Henley
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The Tacuinum Sanitatis is a medieval handbook on Health and Well Being. First produced in Italy around 1380, it was aimed at an educated secular readership and offered concise and sensible advice on... More > how to live a long, healthy and enjoyable life. Five handsomely illustrated manuscripts of the Tacuinum survive, all produced in Lombardy and now housed, respectively, at libraries in Rome, Vienna, Paris, Rouen and Liège. The Latin text describes in detail the beneficial and harmful properties of plants and foodstuffs, as well as considering social, physiological and psychological aspects of wellness, and is accompanied by 132 full colour images from 6th century Byzantium, 11th century Iraq and 14th century Italy.< Less
Traces of a Hidden Tradition in Masonry and Medieval Mysticism By Isabel Cooper-Oakley
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This is a set of essays by Isabel Cooper-Oakley, an early member of the Theosophists. She connects the dots between ancient wisdom schools and modern Freemasonry. At the root of this tree are a set... More > of ideas from Hinduism, Zororastrianism, Gnosticism and early Christianity. Along the way she connects a number of links such as the Knights-Templars, the Troubadours and the Rosicrucians. She names dozens of even more obscure secret societies, heresies and conspiracies. The book finishes with an analysis of the Grail myth.< Less