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Alex Gorecki

I can answer questions about Medieval History, but in this category my expertise is mostly in the Church History of Europe.

C.M. Aaron

I've been studying the early medieval period for almost 20 years. In particular, I've studied the fall of the Roman Empire, the barbarian invasions/migrations, early barbarian law codes, the early medieval church, technology of the period, military campaigns and tactics, and some of the early barbarian dynasties, especially the Merovingians in Gaul (France).

Marc Aperio

I'll be glad to answer any question related to Medieval Europe, the Byzantine Empire, and the rise of Islam and Christianity during the period 300-1500.

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2016-10-03 identification:

Hi Neil,  A couple of things occur to me.  1. The patina or discoloration, being redish brown suggests something far newer than the Middle Ages. As iron rusts it turns reddish brown like you see here but

2016-08-30 The Walls of Constantinople.:

Hi Thomas,    That's exactly right: the only time the walls failed was in 1453 when Constantinople was conquered by the forces of Mehmet II. It's true that Constantinople was overcome in 1204 by the Crusaders

2016-08-04 medieval question:

Sam, Here is are videos that may be helpful.  One covers early means of exchange and barter, through the fairly modern use of money.    I suggest you watch these videos in their entirty.

2016-08-04 question..:

Hi Sam,    I recommend two books. First is Niall Ferguson's The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World (2009).    The second is Paul Strathern's The Medici: Godfather's of the Renaissance. Either

2016-08-04 question.:

Hi Sam,  Try these websites:    http://www

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