public banquets, festivals, village days,
by appointment for dinners throughout the year
New and used books on medieval
culture and history.
of calligraphy and artworks.
and out of print, many color-illustrated, include biographical
studies of ‘King’ Arthur, Edward III, Eleanor of Aquitaine, and many
others. Historical works cover Byzantine, Saracen, Viking, Celtic,
English & European cultures.
Our literature section
includes works by Chaucer, Dante, Bocaccio, Chretien de Troyes, etc., and we feature
a collection of children’s books
on knights, castles, culture in the middle ages, and books on daily life
illustrate costume, architecture, women’s roles, monasteries, food and
carved wooden misericords,
replicas from English cathedrals, are also
now available in the shop.
2014: leather Renaissance revival
chairs; wondrous replica pottery by our villager
Jo Reid; candle holders and lanterns; wall shields; wooden bowls; and more . . .
(2012 printing) is now available.
This unique, illustrated, 214 page work contains 101 recipes with Middle
English, modern, and working versions, and introductory chapters explaining
food, gardens, kitchens, cooking techniques and meals in the middle ages.
Students of medieval culture will also be interested in the 85 page
glossary of Middle English culinary terms, the most extensive yet to be printed. The
book sells for $25.00 (tax included).
You may purchase this during your visit to the shop, at the Bors
or by mail (send your check, including $2.00 per book for