The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.

The Online Medieval and Classical Library - Song of Roland, Canterbury Tales (selected), Saga of Volsungs,

Viking Age, Medieval, Renaissance, Victorian, Civil War, etc.: British History,Monarchs of Great Britain,King Arthur

I love the King Arthur legend. I read the Le Morte D'Arthur in high school and Mists of Avalon. Plus the Mary Stewart Merlin series.

The Peterbrough Chronicle. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles refer to a collection of old writings and manuscripts kept by monasteries across England. They are written in blackletter and tell the history of the Anglo-Saxons. The recording started in the 9th century during the reign of Alfred the Great and stopped at different times in different regions. The Peterborough chronicle was still being updated as late as 1154.

The Peterborough manuscript of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, a prose history of England running until

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle  The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle began to be compiled in around 890 A.D., at the command of King Alfred the Great (871- 899) and consists of a series of annals written in the Old English language.

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle began to be compiled in around 890 A., at the command of King Alfred the Great and consists of a series of annals written in the Old English language.

"Cornweallas" shown on an early 19th-century map of "Saxon England" (and Wales) based on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

"Cornweallas" shown on an early century map of "Saxon England" (and Wales) based on the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

The Last Kingdom.  I absolutely love this series!

The Last Kingdom series by Bernard Cornwell. This leaves out the two most recent books, Warriors of the Storm and The Flame Bearer.

Caught up on your Old English? 9th-12th Century Anglo-Saxon Chronicles Now Online http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2016/02/anglo-saxon-chronicles-now-online.html

'Always after that it grew much worse': end of the entry for from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle D-text, England, century, Cotton MS Tiberius B IV, f.

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