Substantive Education

February 9, 2010

Additional Middle Ages Readings

Filed under: Uncategorized — kbagdanov @ 5:22 am

In class we have covered some of the key characters in the Middle ages using Famous Men of the Middle Ages by John Henry Haaren.  This is augmenting the reading students are doing at home in their books.  I have found out that Haaren’s book is now public domain, and so I’m going to provide students with links so that you can review some of the material that we covered in class.  Just a reminder – There is additional information in the article on Alfred the Great, so be sure to read that one through on the blog.

Henry the Fowler

Canute The Great

El Cid

Edward the Confessor

Next we will be covering William the Conqueror…but I will be writing up additional information on William and on the Battle of Hastings.  I’ll let you know when it’s available.

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