SHAKESPEARE SOURCES YOU MAY WANT TO USE...
- Theatre History on the Web Resources about classical, medieval and renaissance, Elizabethan,18th century, 19th century and 20th century theatre and more.
- Renaissance This site explores printing and thinking during the era, symmetry, shape and size, Florence, exploration and trade, as well as movement out of the Middle Ages.
- Virtual Renaissance or archived Virtual Renaissance site
- Life in Elizabethan England Discover the games played, food eaten, religious beliefs, occupations, fashion, education and more.
- Tudor History Life in Tudor England, architecture, dates in Tudor history, foods, historical figures, maps, Tudors in the movies, and more.
- Commerce in Shakespeare's Time Can only be used in the school library. Links to GaleNet article.
- Poverty in Elizabethan England Basic information on Elizabeth and her life, including childhood, who her parents were, life under Mary, Queen Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots, the Armada, and her death.
- Shakespeare Online My name is Amanda Mabillard, B.A. (Honors), and I am here to provide comprehensive and accurate information about the Bard. I am also your Guide to Shakespeare for About, Inc., A part of The New York Times Company, where you will find my original articles on Shakespeare's life and works.
- Shakespeare Illustrated explores nineteenth-century paintings, criticism and productions of Shakespeare's plays and their influences on one another.
- ShakespeareHigh Podcasts about Shakespeare...
- Proper Elizabethan Accents from RenFaire
- Weapons and other great info about the people, places and things re: the middle ages.
- Middle Ages Weapons and other info.
- NOVA Middle Ages from NOVA's "Secrets of Lost Empires". Great stuff about trebuchets.
- Arms and armor in Renaissance Europe.
- Defending a castle in the middle ages.
- Elizabethan Weapons.
- Attacking and defending a castle.
- Late Medieval Europe and the Early Italian Renaissance
Information about the development of dress during this time
Feudalism Pages kept by Texas history teacher with good historical information.
The Renaissance More from history teacher Osborn.