The Middle Ages in Wales was a time of political and social change, while its tribal language and culture prevailed throughout the era. Here we take a look at how the Welsh lived in the Medieval Times and how the indigenous people of the region made it the proud area of Britain it remains today.
We imagine life in medieval Scotland to be the picture painted in Scottish ballads with kings, queens, knights and wonderful castles at the forefront of life back then. There may have been all these things but the reality of life during the middle ages for the Scots was very different. Let's take a look at how the Scots lived and dispel the fairy tale!
Learning about how we lived in the Middle Ages is made more interesting by looking around the various museum exhibitions available in 2015 in the UK. Many medieval exhibitions display artefacts from the past that transport us back in time in a tangible way, while all visitors' young and old will enjoy a great day out along the way!
The middle age period covers from around the year 400 through to 1485 and is divided into three periods known as the early middle ages, the high middle ages and the late middle ages. Great Britain as it was known comprised of England, Scotland and Wales as Ireland was a separate country during this period. Here we take a look at England during the middle ages, how we lived, worked and what life was like in general.
There were many battles fought in the Middle Ages some really significant some less so. Here we take a look at some of the more major battles fought in Medieval times beginning with the Battle of Hastings in 1066 through to the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.