Medieval Cities

Articles about cities of the Middle Ages (5th century to 15th century).

An illustration of Kerbogha besieging Antioch, from a 14th-century manuscript in the care of the Bibliothèque nationale de France

Antioch's Fate in the First Crusade: A pivotal siege of Antioch in 1097-98 leading to the establishment of the Principality of Antioch by Bohemond of Taranto.

Its magnificent cathedral and castle, along with the influence of its Prince Bishops, made it a crucial location in the country's history.

Medieval Durham was the center of religious and political power in medieval England with its magnificent cathedral and castle.

Warwick Castle and the River Avon

Medieval Warwick: A thousand years of history, from small settlement to powerful center of commerce and culture, playing a significant role in England's history.

Intersection of Shambles and Little Shambles streets, York

York's glorious medieval past is steeped in rich history and culture. From the iconic York Minster to the cobbled streets of The Shambles.

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