Listed below are some of Paul Martin Remfry's favourite castle, history or archaeologically related Web Sites

Archaeology Sites 
Council for British Archaeology


Castle Sites 

 Castles of Britain A site dedicated to the promotion and preservation of castles
 Castles of Wales Want to know about Castles in Wales? Well this is the best place to start.
 Castles of the World Seen everything in Britain, well just look here!
 Castles on the Web The Web site where everything is to do with castles, be it photos, links, abbeys, heraldry, history, churches.....
 Castles and Manors Castles and Manor Houses around the world
 Whittington Castle Learn all about Whittington castle and its history

Genealogy and Heraldry Sites

 Early Blazon An excellent research site for heraldry
 Corbet One Name Study Interested in the Corbets of Caus or their cadet branches? Then this is the place for you.
 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy A site promoting genealogy and prosopography
 Genuki Genuki is the main genealogy site in the UK
 Home Advisor A guide to Genealogy
 Medievalgenealogy Find your interest in Medieval People
 The Mortimer Society For all those interested in the Mortimer family
 Passenger Lists Lists of those emigrating to the USA
  International Heraldry Heraldry from Ancient to modern times
 DNA Testing and Ancestry Some interesting links for those interested in DNA

Geograhic Sites

 Scholarly Sogourns
Find a thinking holiday in Europe.
 Powys Digital History Project website Take a digital look around Powys
 Talgarth and District History Society Set in an ancient castle, Talgarth Tourist Information Centre tells you what you need to know about the Black Mountain area in Breconshire.
 Oswestry and Border History Archaeology

 West and Wales Web A network of pages to introduce you to the splendour of Wales  Wold tourist Information
 Gough's Map Gough's 1370s Map of Britain

History Sites 

 David Pilling  Web site of historian and author
  Camelot International is a hotel site with details on historical sites
 QuickLatin Want to translate Latin?  This programme is very good for your latin translations.  I use it all the time.
 Britain Express UK travel and Heritage Guide
 Sources for Medieval Studies on the Web Want to know more about history?
 The Henry III Fine Rolls Project
See all the Fine Rolls of King Henry III (1216-72).  An excellent project.
 The Medieval Combat Society Excellent site showing the deveopment of armour over the ages amongst much more.
 Top Trumps Ever wanted a castle card game?

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