The end of the year brings lots of "best of" lists, like the three I posted last week. But these top tens (and top twenties) only reveal what has drawn the most visitors. The numbers reflect students who stop by for just the information they need for their school assignments, then move on. They don't reflect what interests the medieval history enthusiast.
With all the attention the popular features are getting, it's easy to overlook some less-frequently-visited articles that enthusiasts will appreciate. So I've put together two lists of features that you may have missed. If you're a regular newsletter subscriber, you may recognize some or even all of these pages. (If you're not, you can subscribe in the upper right-hand corner of any page of this site -- including this one!)
- The Best You're Not Seeing
Worthwhile Features in Medieval History You May Have Missed
- The Most Interesting People You're Not Meeting
Individuals in Who's Who You May Have Missed in 2012
What about you? What topics in medieval history do you find most interesting? What historic individuals do you most admire -- or despise? Let me know in the comments section. And keep a look-out for more features and more Who's Who figures added to the Medieval History Site in 2013!