MEDIEVAL LANDS

by Charles Cawley

Page updated 1 August 2014

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Medieval Lands presents narrative biographical genealogies of the major noble families which ruled Europe, North Africa and Western Asia between the 5th and 15th centuries.  The approach is to verify all information against primary source material, quoting relevant extracts in the original language.  This has enabled many traditionally accepted relationships to be challenged.  The territorial emphasis and wide scope allow innovative conclusions to be drawn about the comparative development of the nobility in different geographical areas. 

The project is ongoing, and new versions of the documents are added as information comes available [Click for information on updates]. The data set was completely updated to Version 3 during 2014.  The "Medieval Lands 3" watermark pattern which is displayed diagonally as part of the coloured background of the documents provides an indication that you are on the genuine FMG site, with the latest version of the document.  This is in response to large parts of some documents, and even groups of entire documents, being plagiarised anonymously on the net.  Please be aware that such unauthorised copies are not updated and may therefore be factually incomplete or inaccurate. 

The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy is pleased to host these pages on behalf of the author, Charles Cawley. The author welcomes feedback, including corrections and contributions of new, verified data.  If you find any broken links or have any other problems please report them.

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