Medieval Fact Sheets
These fact sheets are written by me (Adrian Waite) unless otherwise stated. Their purpose is to provide basic information and some analysis and comment on medieval historical subjects. They therefore do not provide information about events prior to the fifth century unless this is needed to set events in the medieval period in context and do not cover events after the early sixteenth century. The subjects may be historical buildings, events, people or other subjects. They are published here and are freely available. I hope that people enjoy reading them and that they encourage readers to explore medieval history further. Feedback about the fact sheets is always welcome and should be addressed to me at email@example.com
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The Leper Pot in Dintingdale in Yorkshire that marks the spot where Lord John Clifford and the Flower of Craven were killed in 1461 (see the Battles of Ferrybridge and Towton)
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