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MAP#27 – Battle Castle Interview: Sean F. White

Battle Castle, the outstanding castle documentary series, explores the medieval history of six castles. Today we have an interview with Sean F. White, the Director of Photography for Battle Castle. I talk with Sean about filming the castles and the siege engines in action. We also cover how the re-enactments were filmed. In this episode…

MAP#26 – Battle Castle Interview: Nicole Tomlinson

Battle Castle, the outstanding castle documentary series, explores the medieval history of six castles. Today we have an interview with Nicole Tomlinson, writer for Battle Castle. I talk to Nicole about writing for the series and how she approached the research process. We also cover how the castles were picked, castles that were left out,…

Battle Castle Trailer: Crac des Chevaliers

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Our friends at Battle Castle have released the trailer for the first episode of the series. And as you probably guessed by the title it features Crac des Chevaliers! For those who are unfamiliar with Crac des Chevaliers, it is one of the best preserved medieval castles in the world. Located in Syria it sits…

Medieval Castles in 3D

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The good folks over at Battle Castle have outdone themselves! First they create a show about medieval castles, then they give us great medieval recipes to enjoy and today they released over 60 pictures of the castles. But not just any pictures, these are in 3D! (click on the pictures to embiggen them) All you…

Battle Castle coming to History TV Canada

From the great folks over at Battle Castle we get a first look at the TV Trailer for Battle Castle. Airing on History Television Canada and hosted by Dan Snow. Visit the Battle Castle Website to view all the castles. On twitter you can find Battle Castle at @BattleCastle and Dan Snow is @TheHistoryGuy. Battle…

Eat like a Teutonic Knight

Eat like a Teutonic Knight: Cherry Soup

“A soup like this is not the work of one man. It is the result of a constantly refined tradition. There are nearly a thousand years of history in this soup.” Willa Cather, ‘Death Comes for the Archbishop’ (1927) Our friends over at Battle Castle are having a medieval soup challenge! Writer Nicole Tomlinson was…