Video clipsshort clips of medieval features (incl. Rouen): all copyright-free
Imagesphotographs of topographical and historical features (England): all copyright-free
Some of the links below are temporarily inactive. I have lost my web account at UoL, but hope to restore the data on this server in due course.
Stubbington medieval recordsAccount rolls from c.1247 and other items
Loughborough dataData: churchwardens' accounts; bridgemasters' accounts; parish registers; manorial records etc.
Lichfield willsWills database: diocese of Lichfield (to 1546) [.pdf format]
Leicester archdeaconry willsWills to 1546 [link inactive]
Introduction to QGIS[.pdf file]
Research project: early-modern inequality etcThis project is now ended. You can download the book as a .pdf file Microcynicon or request a free copy of the printed book from e-mail: Dave Postles [for distribution to N. America, I require reimbursement for mailing, which will be about £7][Print-run is 100 copies; high-quality paper; perfect binding; laminated cover]
Research project: statutes merchant bondsregistered at Nottingham
Research project: London landowners and provincial landownership
Dataset: Rutland lay subsidy, 1296/7
Dataset: Lincolnshire lay subsidy, 1332
REED: NottinghamshireI have assumed the production of this volume of the records of early English drama as John Coldewell has other commitments.
Early-modern BlogFor jobs, conferences, cfps and other news about early-modern studies.
This blog is now suspended, because it was developed with Blogspot, now within the Google conglomerate. Google avoids UK corporation tax.
PalaeographyView the material without downloading
Download buttons below [about 25Mb]
Oseney Abbey StudiesDownload this book
Please note that this may not be the final version. If you would like a bound, printed copy, please e-mail me
2000 Years of Urban HistoryView the material without downloading
Download buttons below [just under 20Mb]
LinuxAssociate Member Trisquel Linux; sponsor Mageia Linux.
Above: Puias Linux 6 is now Springdale Linux 6.3 (Princeton University Institute for Advanced Studies). Springdale is probably better as a server distribution, although I have used it as a desktop distro in the past for its rock solidity (derived from RHEL).
PapersMy recent papers will be available on-line soon, usually as .pdf of proof copies, from this webpage
Medieval Research CentreUniversity of Leicester
The materials available here have been produced by Dave Postles and have been donated as resources for the MRC.
Hertfordshire Hon. Snr