Wikipedia:WikiProject Middle Ages

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Middle Ages WikiProject


The Middle Ages WikiProject is a WikiProject formed and developed to organise information in articles related to the period of European history known as the Middle Ages. If you would like to help, please add your name to the list of participants.


Initially the purpose of the project is to provide a common place to gather on the broad subject of the Middle Ages. To that end goals include:

  • Provide a forum to introduce yourself as a contributor to articles on the Middle Ages.
  • Provide a forum to announce new or renovated articles on the Middle Ages that may be of interest to the rest of the group.
  • Suggestions, resolutions, questions, and project creations, best practices HOWTO creation, etc.. all TBD.

The period is anything that could be defined as Middle Ages which typically could be anything from the Fall of Rome to the 16th Century. Use your best judgement, there are no hard chronological or geographic boundaries, as much as thematic ones.

Discussion forums

^ - renovated articles are not "new" but have been re-written/expanded so that they are in effect mostly new.

Templates and tags[edit]

Templates and tags for wherever you think appropriate.

Task forces[edit]

To do[edit]

This still has two to do. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi 16:49, 21 September 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Introduce yourself and join the group! Just add your name.

  • User:MrBauer24: I have a passion for ancient/medieval history and would love to help to contribute to this part of Wikipedia.
  • User:Chucklehammer: Wrote my undergrad thesis on saints' lives in France. Would love to help clear up misconceptions about medieval history that show up on pages throughout Wikipedia.
  • User:CarolingianCitizen:Love the Carolingian Empire & Dynasty (West Francian Rulers) as well as the medieval history of France. I am also very interested in the Republic of Florence, or generally the north of Italy in the middle ages.
  • User:Danial Bass: Particularly interested in the 14-15th centuries in western and central europe and 11-13th century in eastern europe
  • Aelfwine Eriol (talk) I'm interested in the Migration Period and it's relation to germanic heroic legend.
  • User:Terence1284 Focus Area: Early Fourteenth Century Britain especially Thomas, Second Earl of Lancaster.
  • Moughera Focus area: fertile crescent, extended interest, Middle East, Far East and Africa
  • User:Efli-R Mediterranean history, cultural history, religious history - lately also Vikings, British history and archaeology.
  • User:kapiski
    Considerate la vostra semenza:
    Fatti non foste a viver come bruti,
    ma per seguir virtute e canoscenza
  • SALTMINER27 A Generic Guy who likes the Middle Ages.
  • Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi: Late-medieval English political, social and economic history, including polyical culture and the gentry / nobility.
  • User:3family6: Bachelor's in History with a focus on medieval and early modern Europe. Wide range of interests. Planning to go to grad school, perhaps focusing on food systems. Also interested in the Mongol and Timurid conquests.
  • User:fintobin : History undergraduate at Trinity College Dublin. Wide breadth of interests.
  • User:Dimik72 : I study the Byzantine Middle Ages. Do visit the updated page on the 11th century historian and judge Michael Attaleiates on Wikipedia.
  • User:NadalFedexisGod : I love everything about Middle Ages!
  • Tegalad (talk · contribs)
  • User:mindwanderweg : Leprosy in the high Middle Ages and the Knights of St. Lazarus
  • User:Auntieruth55 Holy Roman Empire
  • User: ANB : I'm interested in medieval literature from Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland c. 1100-1500.
  • User: Hellboy2hell : I am a member of the crusades taskforce.
  • User:Sparkles26: undergraduates researching medieval fashions at the University of Arizona
  • User:Pecopteris: Interested in all aspects of the Middle Ages, but most knowledgeable in Anglo-Saxon times.
  • User:Brailrae: Interested in almost all aspects of medieval history.
  • Bangabalunga I have a degree in history and can contribute a lot to this field.
  • Berke330 Byzantine & Late Antiquity History and Architecture, Medieval Constantinople and Asia Minor
  • User:Chesslover96 I really enjoy studying the Middle Ages, and hope that my knowledge makes a positive contribution to Wikipedia!
  • Doug Coldwell Interested in anything connected with Petrarch.
  • Helperzoom. I'm interested in later medieval preaching and Latin religious literature.
  • Dan Knauss
  • Thomas Lessman World history, especially Ancient and Medieval. Slowly writing a book about Roman history. I appreciate what Wikipedia stands for and would like to contribute and learn.
  • Lins_o_21. I am interested in all aspects of Medieval history.
  • Reyjfb. Info on Knights Templars
  • Ryan_of_Andor I've been interested in history for a long time. I write, and feel that using real world examples makes a story that much more interesting. I would love to help anyway I can, and enjoy learning anything new.
  • Sheilakirbos. I am interested in ecclesiastical history, currently, the Avignon Papacy.
  • David Skipper I'm interested in the twelfth century and medieval aristocracy. I'm a university teacher and decided that since my students use Wikipedia so much, I'd better make sure they're reading sense, so I'm updating and expanding those articles they'll trawl!
  • Stbalbach
  • Tabun1015 Love the Middle Ages. Recently created an article about Medieval ships
  • Tameeria I'm interested in Dithmarschen's medieval history, the Hanseatic League and piracy in the North and Baltic Seas.
  • thelivinglegend I love history. I am a history maniac.
  • AlainV 01:30, 2 Jan 2005 (UTC)
  • Zombieminion. Interests in weapons and warfare.
  • Adam Bishop. Mostly crusades, sometimes Byzantine stuff, England and France
  • JOHN COLLISON [ Ludraman] - I don't know much but I have an interest. Probably just copyediting, proofreading etc. for me.
  • Dsmdgold. Right now I am mainly interested in Medieval art, especially illuminated manuscripts.
  • Antandrus. I know pretty much about medieval music, especially as it gets towards the Renaissance; happy to help any way I can.
  • llywrch Although I'm trying to focus on ancient history topics at the moment, I have contributed material in the Early Mediaval period (before AD 1000) in the past, & at the present occasionally look over the new contributions to some of the articles.
  • Ferkelparade π. I have a fair bit of knowledge of the Medieval histories of Germany and the Mongols, I've had a number of missing/rather poor articles in these areas on my to do list for quite some time but never got around to contributing.
  • Fergananim Seanchai interested in anything to do with this era, anywhere.
  • I'd love to help Everyking 07:00, 22 Jan 2005 (UTC)
  • PWilkinson An amateur with an interest in lesser-known bits of history - currently post-Carolingian Europe and (late and just post-)Almohad Spain and north Africa, but this is liable to change at any time.
  • User:Mississippienne My particular interest lies in 10th-14th century Europe, the Mamluk sultanate of Egypt, and the Kievan Rus.
  • WBardwin history and archaeology in early periods, particularly on the Eastern Med, excavations-esp. pottery and dating, and interest in disease outbreaks, population patterns and cultural change.
  • Ro4444I'm primarily interested in the history of the Holy Roman Empire (for all periods, not just medieval, but I've primarily been studying the medieval history of it at this time), and recently became interested in the late Roman Empire in the West (395-486). I've contributed several HRE articles.
  • User:Heelgrasper Danis MA student (History) working with Danish Late Medieval political history in particular. I'm also interested in historiographic aspects.
  • User:You Can Act Like A Man Late medieval England; early medieval Europe; early western church & Papacy.
  • Neutralitytalk (specializing in Spain, especially the Reconquista)
  • Smerdis of Tlön - My particular interests are medieval Latin literature and legal history.
  • Shirley - I'm new to Wikipedia but I have a strong interest in the Middle Ages, primarily medieval England and Scotland as well as arms, armor, and warfare.
  • Dennis - Particular interests are the period from the fall of the Empire in the west through the early Middle Ages, as well as ecclesiastical history, especially including the scholastics.
  • Adair - New to Wikipedia. Interests in medieval to Renaissance music. Know a bit about it as well. Also interested in how music and art was influenced by society and politics at the time, and society in general.
  • JakeVortex - Interested in the 1380s, the history of chess, Medieval woodworking and woodworking tools, and the 1500s.
  • Astavrou, Byzantine Empire mostly
  • User:Cuchullain - I'm interested particularly in the 12th century and Arthurian legend.
  • wcmiker - Interested in the Crusades, the Byzantine Empire, and the history of the Catholic Church.
  • Ghirlandajo - Interested in medieval prosopography and architecture. There is hardly any article on Russian Middle Ages that hasn't been started or heavily revised by me. I hold that the Russian Middle Ages embrace the 17th century as well. --Ghirlandajo 22:51, 17 November 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Mavros - Interested in the Byzantine empire, the orthodox church and crusader states, especially Cyprus and Cypriot people. Medieval Greek, especially works in vernacular and regional dialects.
  • Durova 06:48, 12 December 2005 (UTC) - I've created or revised several articles on Hundred Years' War, especially issues surrounding Joan of Arc. I've also added translations from the French Wikipedia on the subject.Reply[reply]
  • Deacon of Pndapetzim (talk) 17:29, 16 December 2005 (UTC) - Celtic history, the European periphery, colonialism, eastern lore, Byzantine Empire, Russia, language and language change.Reply[reply]
  • siafu - Mongol invasions, khans, and empire, Crusades, Byzantine empire, Ottoman empire, generally get sucked up in histories of various conquerors, wars, and empires. Will be working soon on bringing Genghis Khan up to FA quality.
  • User:Staffelde My main focus is translating from German, many of which articles are on mediaeval my mistake, medieval lit topics. I have some interest in / knowledge of some English med'l subjects, mostly to do with religious houses, land law and documents - I do some translating from Latin too.
  • Haukur Mainly Old Norse literature.
  • Hahaandy1 Anything Medieval, I'm a student at Oxford so have access to quite literally tons of resources.
  • Asturrulumbo Mostly Norman England, Muslim Spain, and the Kingdom of Jerusalem,
  • User:Igilli Byzantium, Ottoman Turks, Post Mongol Russia and Holy Roman Empire up to and including the Reformation and 30 Years War
  • User:Harthacanute Anglo-Saxon England; relations between Anglo-Saxons, other peoples in Britain and wider European context. Am willing to work on any British history 55 BC - AD 1100.
  • Graham Wilton English history in the 15th century
  • 08:39, 6 February 2006 (UTC) I'm interested in Genghis Khan, Mongols, Mongol Khans, religious diversity, cultural diversity, Huns, Xiongnu, Chinese empires and kingdoms, middle eastern kingdoms, Russian kingdoms, central and eastern European kingdoms, Mongol battles, scenarios, tactis, ethnography, technologies, cultures, pre-genghis khan social and economic setup, movement among the cultures and populations that got affected by the Mongol military, anything related to Mongol setup, influences, etc. Please feel free to talk to me about this and please write something in my discussion, constructive arguments and suggestions would work great. Mostly I want Genghis Khan article to be very qualified article, rich, comprehensive, specific, concrete one with all viewpoints in it.Reply[reply]
  • User:Rhion Medieval Wales.
  • Angus McLellan Britain and Ireland, mainly before the Normans; Merovingians and Carolingians; pre-Mongol Rus.
  • User:Neddyseagoon - First Barons' War and Dover Castle
  • Stoa - English/Norman monarchs (specifically Eleanor of Aquitaine and Empress Matilda), royalty/titles of the High Middle Ages, medieval judicial systems, early Islamic philosophy, Charlemagne/Paladins, Arthurian Literature and their authors.
  • Dryzen Byzantine Empire, crusades, Franks, Heraldry.
  • Thetruthbelow 23:36, 29 April 2006 (UTC) Crusades, Arthurian legends, Chinese empires Sorry everyone, but I don't have enough time to participate in this project. I hereby withdraw my status as a participant. Thetruthbelow(talk) 14:07, 21 May 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Beginning – Interested in a bit of everything, but particularly art, architecture, literature, languages, and minority groups. (April 29, 2006)
  • Eva db – I'm mostly interested in articles of a heraldic nature. Heraldry developed in the late and high Middle Ages, so I think that it's appropriate. Other than that, I'll probably just stick to copy editing and other help.
  • Briangotts (Talk) (Contrib) 19:10, 11 May 2006 (UTC) Interested in Jewish history, Sub-Roman Britain, the Vikings and Norse history, and the history and anthropology of the Eurasian nomads (particularly the Khazars).Reply[reply]
  • Pat Payne 22:41, 16 May 2006 (UTC) I'm interested mostly in the history of England and the Vikings in the Dark Ages, although I am also starting to study more general European history as well.Reply[reply]
  • Great Legacy I love history! I'll see what I can do
  • Alarine – Mostly interested in high and late Middle Ages - particularly art and literature and how they were affected by politics, along with minority groups, medical and technological developments. But so far, I've mostly stuck to copy editing and minor changes, since I'm relatively new to contributing.
  • Dylicious I'm interested in Early Germanic Tribes, Anglo-Saxon, Goths, Franks, etc. I also am interested in Byzantine history. Eurasian/Turkic nomads.
  • Merne Túrante Hello, History major here. I am still a sapling when it comes to History (I mean on the academic area), but I intend on getting specialized at Medieval literature.
  • Kober, interested in the medieval Caucasus and Middle East.
  • Andrew Dalby. I focus on the late 12th century Mediterranean, down to the Fourth Crusade; also original narrative sources; also oral or quasi-oral epic poetry
  • Rcpaterson I have a working knowledge of most aspects of European political and military history in the Middle Ages, but my area of expertise is in the history of the British Isles, particularly in the wars between England and Scotland. I began by improving and editing existing articles (many of a quite dismal standard). More recently I have started to make original contributions.
  • insiriusdenial So-called "Medieval Studies" major. My main interests are art-related, theological, and late Medieval history.
  • Garcilaso 20:20, 6 July 2006 (UTC) Interested in Culture and Art of the Middle Ages, specially in Architecture, and in Spanish Middle Ages, Christian and Muslim.Reply[reply]
  • SteveMcCluskey Medieval science (esp. astronomy and computus); medieval philosophy.
  • Frodowilson Medieval England, France, Scotland, and Wales. English Medieval Wars and Conquests, Medieval castles, political geography, Christianity, Medieval economy.
  • Xandar 18:23, 3 August 2006 (UTC) Interested in Medieval Europe, Africa and Middle EastReply[reply]
  • User:Ghostexorcist - Interested in the First Crusade
  • User:Qmwne235 - Crusades, Hundred Years' War, Muslim kingdoms, Mongols, China, anything about Central Asia. Not an expert.
  • Srnec — varied, but especially southern Italy, the Carolingians and Merovingians
  • InfernoXV Low-level Byzantinist and Classicist, palæographer.
  • Peter Isotalo Pretty much anything except heraldry. Particular interest social history with a special fondness for cuisine.
  • Cupbearer - Senior majoring in medieval history. Special interest: hunting.
  • Bearerofthecup - Cupbearer (above) reincarnated
  • Vincentvivi - In-depth understanding of the history of England between the reign of Alfred and the time of the Reformation in terms of monarchic struggles and foreign wars. Interests in the Holy Roman Empire and Scotland during this period.
  • DGG 05:00, 24 January 2007 (UTC) Librarian, but history is not my professional field. Nowadays, mainly trying to prevent deletions of anything that sounds academic.Reply[reply]
  • User:Johnbod Mostly art history, especially at the end of the period - prints in particular. I've done some costume stuff, but that's not really my field.
  • Grimhelm Medieval science, philosophy, warfare, fortifications, Byzantine Empire, Vikings and Rus', etc ad nauseam; working on Bolli Bollasson at the moment.
  • Rob Lindsey Hi there. Have a background in Old English, Anglo-Saxon history, and Catholicism, but I'm also quite interested in the Welsh and the Welsh language. That said, I'm up for anything medieval really! Rob Lindsey 11:10, 11 February 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Elonka. Trying to get Knights Templar to featured status
  • TomasBat Very interested in medievel times, especially in knigthood, The Black Death, The Hundred Years War, and its dark, early period.
  • Brandon - interested primarily in literature and society in medieval Italy.
  • AnnaKucsma — Particularly inerested in Joan of Arc (and by extension, the Hundred Years' War), and Arthurian legend
  • Studiofox - I read books and follow links and now I'm here.
  • dllu - Right now I'm working on my MA thesis about collective memory in the sagas, so things related to that will definitely get my attention, but anything medieval is great, and anything Nordic is even better! :o)
  • Kyoko - the Middle Ages are not my strength, but despite that, I'm interested in La Chanson de Roland and Arthurian legend. I'm currently working on The Lais of Marie de France. I hope to improve my knowledge about the Middle Ages and maybe give something back too.
  • Cantrix - I'm a medieval re-enactor, so I'm especially interested in medieval life and society.
  • Samrsharma- Military composition and tactics
  • Abbeybufo - particularly interested in monastic history & medieval lit - my BA dissertation was on dream texts, and my MA on medieval buildings archaeology. Don't have a lot of time, but will help when/if I can.
  • User:SGilsdorf - Late antique, Carolingian, and Ottonian history; ecclesiastical history; liturgy; historiography
  • Ealdgyth - Anglo-Norman and Angevian history, including some genealogy
  • Attilios - Italian medieval architectures, figures and Co. Also work in progress on Byzantine Empire (Fatured article only for absolute length... but it needs much work) and History of Rome.
  • Ryan McDaniel 22:16, 12 July 2007 (UTC) Most knowledgeable on Late Antique, English, SpanishReply[reply]
  • Arundhati Lejeune Arundhati lejeune 10:38, 15 July 2007 (UTC) Particularly interested in Celts and Middle English.Reply[reply]
  • Hera52 10:42, 15 July 2007 (UTC), Medieval History A level Student (Britain)- I'm interested in Byzantium and I've studied 11th/12th century Europe.Reply[reply]
  • Cavanagd 12:32, 16 July 2007 (UTC), I'm going into second year University Level history (Ireland) particular interests in Scottish/Irish history. European history too. Give me work!Reply[reply]
  • Cocytus Pursuing my Ph D. in Medieval Studies, specific interests are in literature, the sagas, Iceland and the Vikings.
  • EvertoExcel Not an expert or anything, but will help out where I can.
  • PKM Mostly costume and textiles, also pre-Conquest Britain and the Plantagenets, will be infrequent.
  • LordAmeth I love European medieval history, Britain in particular, but my real expertise is in medieval Japan.
  • Portia1780 Medieval French Literature, Romanesque and Gothic art and architecture
  • Xn4 European history, literature, architecture and heraldry (especially English, French, German and Italian)
  • Amanda Ald I'm very fascinated in medieval history, definitely enjoyed learning about it this year, the black death (plague) was also very interesting.
  • Buirechain I'm a Medievalist interested in early Ireland, although with training more broadly throughout Europe, especially Insular history and languages. I'm currently working on Early Irish law and am planning to work on other aspects of early Irish history, esp. social structure.
  • ArchiveMaker 07:33, 2 November 2007 (UTC) History ftw. Ask if you need help, always happy to contribute.Reply[reply]
  • User:georgequizbowl08
  • User:Sicilian-American. I'm interested in medieval Sicily currently, but my interests shift.
  • Merovingian (T, C, E) 12:40, 14 December 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Doric Loon - interests include: medieval Germany, medieval historiography, history of German language.
  • Kafka Liz - I'm currently primarily interested in manuscripts and iconography, with side interests in Seljuk Turkey and Byzantine art.
  • Wjhonson - Building a database of all genealogical ties between all "rulers" from 500 to 1700, referenced to primary sources. It will take about 90 years but hey.
  • RomanticParrot - I love everything history, especially European Medieval history and northern Africa / Middle Eastern history.
  • Vojvodaen (talk) 09:35, 24 February 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Jmacwiki - Happy to help. Esp. Great Britain, Eastern & former-Western Roman: political & linguistic history, Romanesque architecture, plagues.
  • German Osorio - Amateur historian.
  • samsam22 Crusdares, Mamlukes and ayyubids. Samsam22 (talk) 03:58, 21 March 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Vinsfan368
  • Ron B. Thomson (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies) medieval mathematics and astronomy
  • Caranorn: The Lotharingian region in particular and the Medieval period in general.
  • Matthieu (talk) 11:53, 25 May 2008 (UTC): The Angevin Empire (committed the article) and early Plantagenet history. Relationships between Capetians and Angevin Plantagenets, more generally the evolution of the Capetian dynasty. Feudal France as a whole.Reply[reply]
  • WikieWikieWikie Europe, 500AD- 1500AD, with specific concern in the British Isles and the Scandinavian regions, with a point of view for study of the wider European field. Christendom and Crusades.
  • Boomx021 The Second Crusade would be something of my knowledge along with the Hundred Years War. I'll also have knowledge in the Spanish Empire.
  • Narfil Palùrfalas (talk) - I should have joined this project a long time ago. I enjoy studying especially the Italian Renaissance and, oddly enough, the early Dark Ages as well. But I like pretty much all of pre-modern history.
  • AprilBlood So glad I finally joined up with Wikipedia and this Project! I'm especially interested in, and reasonably knowledgeable concerning the Italian Renaissance.
  • Chris772 (talk) 06:22, 7 July 2008 (UTC) I am knowledgeable in the history of Europe, Britain, and Scandinavia (generally Viking era Scandinavia). I will do what I can to help out and make Wikipedia a better place for historical information.Reply[reply]
  • User Cate228 Medieval (12th century) Welsh and Celtic history is an obsessive hobby of mine. I look forward to putting some of it to good use.
  • Daryl I am interested in all history, however, I am particularly interested in the sixth century A.D.
  • User:Yggur Interested in Medieval history, specifically the Early Middle Ages.
  • Through Blue mostly Plantagenet and Capet.
  • Lysandros - Mostly Crusades and Ottoman expansion into Europe.
  • Secisek - I am interested in the British Isles and Church History.
  • Lioux - I have studied medieval music history fairly extensively in pursuit of a degree.
  • Dictionman- I am interested in the Medieval era, however mostly of pretaining to Germanic and Gothic cultures. I have a sizeable knwoledge of the Crusades, Frankish Empire and the Renaissance.
  • JanderVK Medieval and Neo-Mediaevalism
  • RCB - I have been obsessed about the Middle Ages since early childhood, specifically warfare and medieval Japan.
  • tobyc75 - I'm mainly interested in Germanic and British history.
  • User:TootsMojo - I have a strong background in history and I am always happy to be of help.
  • User:Manutdglory - The Crusades
  • User:Pietru il-Boqli - Mediterranean medieval history, Maltese medieval history, medieval theology.
  • User:Bighairything - Especiallly interested in early medieval period and Byzantium generally.
  • User:Hadrian89 - Literature mostly, but a bit of British history too.
  • Jwhosler
  • User:Dougatwiki - Mainly biographies of people connected with Sussex, England.
  • User:Gloryify - Interested in French, including the Hundred Year War, Anglo-Saxon, including King Arthur and the Crusades and Nordish History and Mythology.
  • User:Nefirious - Connected with Indian Medieval History, European Medieval History and wars.
  • Nicosia1 - Byzantium, Crusades, Cyprus
  • User:Estarrol - Warfare, countries, pretty much everything
  • Mazhindu - Interested in all aspects of history but at the minute have a special interested in medieval
  • Laurinavicius - Interests in all aspects of medieval history, particularly European, Byzantine, Middle Eastern, and military history
  • Jan1nad - English, particularly Mercian, from 600 to 1400
  • Supertouch: mostly biographies of medieval Islamic figures
  • Inuyasha1821990: Holy Roman Empire
  • DerFreigeist (talk) 11:27, 23 January 2010 (UTC):I'm interested in medieval Southeastern EuropeReply[reply]
  • User:Jeanne boleyn - I am mainly interested in the House of Plantagenet, the Wars of the Roses, the Hundred Years War, Crusader kingdoms, the mysterious Knights Templar, and the Lusigan and Mortimer families. I have created articles on various medieval noblewomen and heiresses; and I have expanded the Isabella of Angouleme, Philippa of Hainault, and Margaret of Anjou articles. My favourite specific periods are the 13th and 15th centuries, and the colourful personages who illuminated them.
  • camdan - polish and Lithuanian history, Clans in late medieval time
  • User:Richard asr interested in Medieval Arthurian legend and literature, Middle English poetry and the themes and motifs common to Medieval Romance in general.
  • Revcasy (talk) interested in early to high Middle Ages, Byzantium, political history of the Catholic church, political transformations of the 10th and 11th century, and small scale medieval warfare tactics
  • User:Knight1993 The Crusades, the Reconquista, the Vikings, the Byzantine Empire and the Hundred Years war.
  • User:Daniel32708 A little bit of everything!
  • User:Er-vet-en Early to high.
  • CanonLawJunkie (talk) 20:25, 21 August 2010 (UTC) Love the Middle Ages! Can work on Catholic Church articles. Thanks and God bless!Reply[reply]
  • Deltabaryon From Antiquity to Modern Times.
  • XPTO Portuguese history and Reconquista
  • Gregorius the Brown Happy to work on pretty much anything. I am especially interested in the High Middle Ages, including the Crusades.
  • User:TheSilverArrow Bosnian history
  • User:Monica italiana Graduate student working on Italian and Middle English literature, especially Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarch and Chaucer
  • User:BenFrankish Currently doing my MA on Muslim subjects of Valencia and Sicily, but also interested in the Mediterranean encounter of faiths more generally, the Crusade movement, the history of the Crusader states & 11th-14th C religious history.
  • User:Grey Fox-9589 The Low Countries, and more.
  • Drmies (talk · contribs) Christianity, Anglo-Saxon England, and lots of other things.
  • User:TheConduqtor Concerned with any and all things having to do with medieval history, specifically the early Anglo-Saxon period (subsequent to the fall of the Roman Empire).
  • User:Peaceingalaxy Especially interested in England and France.
  • Skittles the hog (talk · contribs)
  • User:Johnboddie
  • ARG1900 Very interested in women's history.
  • User:David.cormier ministerialis, Holy Roman Empire, heraldry.
  • User:Ceoil, esp 1400-1530 art history. But also late 13th c. Ceoil (talk) 09:07, 7 January 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • User:LeftAire Love mostly any aspect of history; mainly interested in the High and Late Middle Ages (Up to the 18th Century as a whole), but would be more than willing to contribute to expanding links. Other specific areas in the Middle Ages: Holy Roman Empire, Danish-Ruled England (Canute-era), Song Dynasty China, and relations with western Europe and the Byzantines (mainly during the first two Crusades.)
  • User:AbbyShant Mostly interested in certain literary works, and happy to do research on areas I'm not quite as well versed in to help!
  • User:EmyP Librarian and historian. Areas of strongest knowledge are Lay piety & devotion (Britain and Europe), Kievan Rus', and Interrelations between noble families. Fluent Russian = work translating articles between RU and EN Wikipedia.
  • User:PretorianOlinCrusade's
  • Zoebuggie☺ Newly returned to Wikipedia, unsure of involvement. Interested in the events around the reign of Alfred the Great of Wessex, Anglo -Saxon Life and culture.
  • User: LM103 Medieval Europe. 12/13th century.
  • Hfeatherina (talk) 08:27, 29 November 2012 (UTC)User: Hfeatherina : I'm a PhD Candidate at Johns Hopkins writing a dissertation on Renaissance political history.Reply[reply]
  • User: Gadifere High to Late Middle Ages, nobility and military history. Knights are awesome! Fluent in Dutch and happy to get started on some translations to get a better coverage of the medieval history of the Low Countries.
  • User:Codrinb - Especially focused on central and eastern Europe, but not only
  • Wilhelm Meis - Interested in heraldry, the Holy Roman Empire, medieval toys and games (primarily hnefatafl), hastiludes, medieval/renaissance literature and evolving notions of chivalry.
  • Kendrick7talk 03:35, 9 June 2013 (UTC) About time I said howdy. Mostly have worked on theology, heresy, etc.Reply[reply]
  • Arnoutf (talk) 16:15, 2 March 2014 (UTC) Interest in Middle Ages, especially 800-1500 European. Chipping away at the backlog of non assessed article.Reply[reply]
  • Jontiben (talk) 12:10, 13 March 2014 (UTC) I'm mostly interested in ancient pre-classical history, but I have an interest in Medieval history as well, mostly Italian, Holy Roman, and the British Isles.Reply[reply]
  • Retroplum (talk) Anglo-Saxon England, pre-Christian Scandinavia and anything to do with the Carolingian Empire.
  • Rubor Sanguinis (talk) The Church's history in the high and late Middle Ages, especially the subject of heresies; also the culture and art in the above-mentioned periods (troubadours, trouvères, chansons de geste, and so on).
  • Staranise (talk) My interest is in 16th century Italy, 14th century France and biographies of women throughout the Medieval and Renaissance periods.
  • Tomh903 (talk) Mostly interested in the British Isles throughout the Middle Ages and also might edit significantly on Crusade related topics.
  • JoshNEWK1998 (talk) 17:56, 31 August 2014 (UTC) Just generally intrested in the Middle Ages and helping to improve pages.Reply[reply]
  • Duonaut  (talk | contribs) 01:29, 28 October 2014 (UTC) Interested in the Middle Ages (Mainly England.)Reply[reply]
  • SamWilson989 (talk) 15:04, 4 January 2015 (UTC) Interested in the Angevin Empire and the people who lived within it.Reply[reply]
  • User:Thewildhunt : Currently studying Middle Byzantine pd, interest in warrior saints, accession politics, tactica, law, borderlands. Have done early&high middle ages stuff in West– manuscript traditions, miracles & magic
  • User:Vami IV : Middle Ages European history enthusiast. Primary interests are Europe circa 1 AD to the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806. My wet dream topics are Christianity, Christendom, The Crusades, Knights, Chivalry, and especially Castles. That being said, I am more than willing to edit / work on what needs to be worked on. See my contributions for my previous work. Novice editor.
  • User:Charlesvvvv (User Talk:Charlesvvvv) Interested in all medieval history such as the Crusades
  • User:Dan Koehl (User Talk:Dan Koehl) Interested in all medieval history such as noble families, genealogy and cross-wiki related to those topics.
  • User:Isaiasad2 (User Talk:Isaiasad2) Interested mainly in the Crusades and Europen warfare
  • User:FrederickII (User talk:FrederickII) Interested in Medieveal warfare such as the Crusades and the other wars waged in Europe.
  • User:InformationvsInjustice (User Talk:InformationvsInjustice) I have acquired some knowledge of the manuscript tradition. I can read Latin and am making a go of Greek.
  • Glz19 (talk) 20:25, 29 August 2017 (UTC) Interested in all medieval history, with a special attention to my country, Lombardy.Reply[reply]
  • User:TungstenPoet1 Mainly concerned with Charles d'Orléans and pages related to him.
  • ILoveCaracas (talk) 05:50, 28 December 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • --Andrew Lancaster (talk) 13:55, 15 February 2018 (UTC) Have worked on many medieval articles: Merovingian, Carolingian, Belgian, English, etcReply[reply]
  • Iazyges Consermonor Opus meum 04:40, 6 March 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Fb2ts (talk) 14:35, 19 April 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • FigfiresSend me a message! 16:02, 4 May 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • --Ermenrich (talk) 13:50, 20 May 2018 (UTC) I'm working on improving Wikipedia's coverage of medieval German literature, especially heroic poetry. I can also help with some historical topics.Reply[reply]
  • 20DKB03 Interested in all Medieval history, more particularly in the Byzantine Empire.
  • Escriba de Restrepo Medievalist.
  • JeBonSer (talk | sign) 18:43, 24 February 2019 (UTC). Europa!Reply[reply]
  • ImanFakhriTalk 16:13, 9 September 2019 (UTC) Interested mainly in Crusades.Reply[reply]
  • Fachwerkhaus54 Interested mostly in Germanic-speaking Europe.
  • NoahKidd1478 Mainly concerned with the European 'Dark Ages'. I want to contribute to the 'year' pages from 395 to 900. Working on a book about the Dark Ages.
  • Tgec17 Currently focused on 13th century Nobility
  • Maldezir Medievalist & Hispanist concerned about Iberian Peninsula's underrepresentation on English Wikipedia.
  •  The Emperor of Byzantium  (talk) have experience in Early, & Later Byzantine History (as well as an interests in Post-Roman Britannia, High Byzantine culture and The formation of the Varangian Rus.
  • Gellersa Focus area: Codicology/History of the Book, especially the history of paper in Europe mostly surrounding the Balkans.
  • AllegroConFuco Most experience in German-speaking Europe, Britain and the Balkans.
  • Al-khataei: Europe, Western, Northern, Central and South Asia and North Africa.
  • User:StarTigerJLN: Medieval France, Medieval England
  • User:Wichmann92: Focus: Medieval military, esp. the crusades, Byzantines, medieval logistics, medieval military culture; Geographic areas: Germany, France, England, Italy, Scandinavia); Historiography of medieval studies; Religion and medieval mentalities.
  • User:Moostcho: Focus Areas: Byzantine history, early middle ages in Western Europe
  • User:Ficaia: Mainly Europe and Middle East.
  • User:Faust.TSFL: medieval onomastics, and early medieval British history/archaeology
  • User:Ltwin: I focus on British and Christianity related topics.
  • Osbus00: MA History student; interested in general medieval history with a particular focus on Iberia and Languedoc
  • Jeblinton: AI researcher helping students analyze Middle English dialects, with an interest in clearing up the current state of scholarship on the long-contested identity of Sir Thomas Malory, writer of Le Morte D'arthur.
  • Gyalu22 Interested in the story of Central and Southeast Europe. Loves medieval warfare
  • GoldenBootWizard276
  • Godtres Particularly interested in the medieval church and heresy.



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