There's a huge amount of information on the internet about the Middle
Ages, quite a lot about the Normans in England, and hardly anything at
all about the Normans in Scotland and 12th century Scotland in general.
Here's a list of useful links.
An Earthly Knight,
Teachers' Resource Page
The Middle Ages
Some metapages about the Middle Ages:
contains links and links to medieval discussion lists, links to
archives and libraries and other data bases.
The Labyrinth: Resources for
provides information by topic. Sponsored by Georgetown University.
The BBC has quite a lot about the Normans on its web site. You can start
with their Normans
web page. The BBC web site is well worth exploring, with lots of short
essays and links to related web sites. Poke around.
The European Union has a nice web site,
The Normans, a European People
, with pages on history, 10th to 12th century culture and civilization,
archaeological and artistic heritage and architectural heritage.
To find out more, you can visit the Battle of Hastings web site,
which contains a wealth of information about the Norman Conquest, and
some good general essays about the Normans.
For the human side of the Norman Conquest, BBC Radio has a very good site
for a program aired about how the Normans dealt with North East England in
"Voices of the Powerless" program about the Harrying of the North.
For the larger picture, BBC Radio 4 aired a three part series, The Norman Way which you can hear by visiting this link.
The BBC website is currently revamping their history timeline. I'll update the link when it's available.
The Queen's web site contains information about all past monarchs, including
this page about The
Descendants of Malcolm III.
There is also a page about
The National Library of Scotland has a good
Timeline, with information about Medieval history. The site also has links
and other useful information.
One of the best resources for information about Scotland in this time period
is the metapage Medieval Scotland
For more information and links to other resources about medicine, food,
entertainment (and the ballads), castles, the Normans, religion and clothing
in 12th century Scotland go to my
Earthly Knight main page.