This section about covers the Crusaders, the Cause of the Crusades, the Effects of the Crusades the history of the First, Second, Third and Fourth Crusades.
A History Timeline of the First Crusade, the Children's Crusade, the Minor Crusades.
A Crusades History Timeline, the Kingdom of Jerusalem, the Holy Land Pilgrimage and the End of the Medieval Crusades of the Middle Ages. Their life, living conditions, clothing, weapons, training, armor, tournaments and jousts. The training of Knights during the period, the Steps to Knighthood, the lives of the Squires culminating in the Order of Knighthood Ceremony which occurred after about 14 years of training.
People in the era enjoyed various types of music and dance.
Discover facts and information about the music, musical instruments, the troubadours and the minstrels.
This section details facts and information about the Middle Ages Templar Knights, the Knights Templar History, Knights Templar Banking, a Knights Templar Timeline, the Names of Knights Templar Leaders, the role of the Religious Knights, the Teutonic Knights and the Knights Hospitaller..
There were basically two types of armed men during the Middle Ages era - The Knights and the Foot soldiers, who included the Archers.
This section detailing interesting facts, history and information about Middle Ages Castlesillustrate the strength, magnificence and power of the Medieval warlords and their fortresses.
This section of details the History, Development and Architecture of Middle Ages Castles, Famous Castles, the Castles built by the Normans, Motte and Bailey castles, the Concentric Castles built by King Edward I and Defending, Destroying and Attacking Castles during the Middle Ages period.Learn about jousting, the History of Jousting, Jousting Terminology and Jousting Weapons.Finally facts, history and information about a Knights Armor, Chainmail and his war horse called a Destrier.The English Middle Ages then saw the building of the great English castles, including the Tower of London, which helped the Normans to retain their hold on England.The start of the Crusades and the knights of the Middle Ages, including the founding of the Knights Templar. The Kings and Queens of the Middle Ages including Richard the Lionheart and great Plantagenet Kings from Henry II (1154-1189) to Edward III (1327-1377). The Medieval Kings and Queens of the Royal Houses of Lancaster and York and the Wars of the Roses and the role of the church in the Middle Ages.The lives of the following Medieval people of the era include Feudalism in England, Vassals and the Oath of Fealty, the Fief, Serfs and the Villein, Farming in the Middle Ages and information about Feudalism and Knights Pilgrimages to Jerusalem were made by people in the Middle Ages period who had been guaranteed their safety in the city.