The links are arranged into areas of interest.

 
 

 

Scribal & Illumination

 

 

SCA Groups

 
  The Digital Scriptorium   Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA Official Website)  
     
  Early Manuscripts at Oxford University   Sylvan Kingdom of Aethelmearc  
     
  Portable Medieval Manuscripts from the Beinecke Library Exhibition   The Shire of Coppertree  
     
  Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts from the Bodleian Library   Barony of Delftwood  
     
  The Medieval Beastiary   The Dominion of Myrkfaelinn  
           
  The Welsh National Library / Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru  

 

Garb & Costumery

 
    The Renaissance Tailor  
  The Vatican Mansucripts Online    
    The Elizabethan Costuming Page  
  The Book of Kells online (be patient while it loads)    
    Footwear of the Middle Ages  
  The Collections: Manuscripts at the Getty Museum    
    La cotte simple  
  Wagstaff Miscellany    
    Katafalk  
  Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts    
    Medieval Clothing Pages  
  The Walters Art Museum: MS & rare books online    
    Posaments and jewellery  
  Dragon's Scriptorium    
    Cotehardies from Greenland Gowns  
  The Victoria & Albert Museum Collection Online    
    The Medieval Tailor: Kirtles  
  Alheydis von Körckhingen    
    The Medieval Tailor: Kirtles  
 

 

Cookery & Herbs

   

Fiber Arts & Embroidery

 

  Gode Cookery   Viking-Age Dyes:Evidence & Methods  
     
  Recreational Medievalism   Mushroom dyes  
     
  Food History Jottings   In Prayse of the Needle  
     
  What did the Vikings eat?   Historical Needlework Resources  
     
  Medieval Cookery   Textile Resources for the Re-enactor  
     
  Medieval Cheese Forum Blog   Opusanglicanum: One Englishwoman's work  
     
  Let hem boyle: Historical Cooking   Medieval Silkwork  
     
  The Tudor Cook Forum   Heorot Hall: Medieval Dyeing  
     
  The Medieval Garden Enclosed   Phiala's String Page  
       
  A Tudor Feast (BBC)      
         
       
         
         
   
 

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