News at medievalheritege.eu – February and March 2022

   In February 2022 the portal was enlarged by 11 Hungarian monuments, 26 Czech sacral monuments (Černice, friary in Český Krumlov, Cetviny, Drazice, Hodušín, Kašperské Hory – St. Margaret’s Church, Kojetice, Kostelec nad Labem, Křižanov, Hnevkovice, Lodenice, Louvice – church of Our Lady and church of St. Peter, Obdenice, Nove Hrady, friary in Olomouc, Opava – chapel and parish church, Praha – church of St. Adalbert, Rychnov nad Malší, Skvirin, Střezimíř, Vimperk – parish church, Zátoň, Libiš), and 3 new Welsh castles (Abererch, Dinas Powys, Llangynwyd). In addition, I expanded descriptions of Cardiff and Coity Castle.
   In March 2022 I added 16 more Hungarian monuments (alphabetically from the church in Gecslay to the church in Hernádbűd), 19 monuments from the area of ​​Wales (Aberedw, Castell Dinas, Dyserth, Llanquian, Sully, Llanywern, Llangattock Juxta Usk, Penller Castell, Culver Hole, Blaenllynfi, Domen Gastell, Ludchurch, Mellte, Tinboeth, Llysun, Llangattock, Caer Penhros, Bryngwyn, St Georges Super Ely). The descriptions of Welsh castles were thoroughly rebuilt and expanded: Kenfig, Pennard, Newcastle, Llanblethian, Lantrisant, Morlais, Neath, Oystermouth, Penmark, Penrice, St Donats, Talyfan, Candleston, Llanvair Discoed, Cas Troggy, Tregrug, as well as Czech churches in: Chrudim (St. Catherine), Blatna, Chomutov (Virgin Mary).

News at medievalheritege.eu – December 2021 and January 2022

   In December 2021, I added 9 new Hungarian monuments and 10 more Scottish monuments (Ardnadam, Finlaggan, Ich Kenneth, Kilbride, Kildalton, Craignis, Kirkapol, Mervinslaw, Orsay, Slacks Tower). I introduced thorough changes in descriptions and graphics in places such as: the Dominican monastery in Brześć, the church in Wrexham, the church of St. Bartholomew in Pilzno, churches in Prague (Holy Spirit, Our Lady before Tyn, Saint Martin in the Wall, Virgin Mary of the Snow, Saint Stephen, Saint Peter and Paul, St. Longin’s rotunda), Old Town Hall in Prague, church in Prachatice, the castle in Działdowo.
   In January 2022, 11 new Hungarian monuments were added to the portal. I developed, and in fact wrote anew: Hnanice, the church of St. Nicholas in Znojmo, church in Česká Lípa, Chvalšiny, Kajov, Hrádek (Zdouň), Zlatá Koruna Abbey, Vyšehorky, Vyšší Brod Abbey, Arensburg Castle, church in Vysoké Mýto, Llanengan, Aberconwy, Sedlec Abbey, chapel in Sedlec, Clynnog Fawr, Tre’r Ceiri, the church in Tachov, Porta Coeli, monastery in Třebíč, the Roman fort Segonticum, Aberdaron, Carn Fadryn, and Sztum.

News at medievalheritege.eu – October and November 2021

   In October 2021 I added 14 new Hungarian monuments, another 14 Scottish buildings (Legerwood, Bargrennan, Caisteal na Coille, Carrol, Corsewall, Dundas, Garlies, Hatton, Ousdale, Thurso, Tibbers, Dun Barravat, Calvay, Yarrows), 5 buildings from the site Wales, (Bodwrog, Llandrygarn, Llanidoes, Llamiestyn, Trewalchmai). Big changes in descriptions: monastery in Przasnysz, castle in Koło, churches of St. Mark and Holy Cross in Kraków, Bryn Celli Ddu, Llanfechel, Llaneilian, Kostelec, Kostelec u Hermanova, Skipness, Dunstaffanage, Puffin, church in Kourim, church in Stirling, churches of St. Barbara, St. James in Kutna Hora, churches of St. Matthias, St. Elizabeth, St. Lazarus, St. Peter and Paul, St. Christopher, St. Adalbert in Wrocław, abbey in Ołbin, Cambuskenneth, Bruces Castle, Almond, Ardchattan, Achallader, Barcaldine.
   In November 2021, 10 new monuments from Hungary, 9 monuments from Scotland (Blackhammer, Holm of Papa Westray, Knowe of Lairo, Tirefour, Cubbie Roo, Froach Eilean, Wyre, Castlecary and Timpendean), as well as larger additions and corrections in: Coeffin, Innis Chonnel, Szprotawa (town walls), Neidpath, Merlose, Jakub, Malechowo, Krasnovice, Litomyśl (church), Aros, Ardtornish, Breachacha, castle in Ełk, Duart, Kinlochaline, Moy, Mingary, Milevsko (St. Giles Church), Iona (Augustinian nunnery), Nezamyslice, Nymburk (church), Borkowo, Słupsk (Dominican friary), Ołomuniec (town hall), Cisowo, Bukowo Morskie, Osieki, Dąbrowa, Dobiesław, Barzowice.

News at medievalheritege.eu – August and September 2021

   In August I added a description of the abbey in Trzemeszno, 3 Scottish churches (Kirkton, Crail, Cupar), also Velehrad Abbey, Ostromeč Castle, church in Bělice, church in Slavětín, church in Vetla, two churches in Most, church in Arnoštovice, parish church in Chrudim, city walls of Plzeň, Slany, Sobeslav, Tabor, Bechyne (with the castle), Český Dub, Stříbro, Český Krumlov, Jindřichův Hradec, Rataje (added to the description of the Upper Castle), Ustek (added to the description of the castle ), Vodnany, Litomysl, Most, Melnik (including the castle), Litovel, Česka Lipa (added to the description of the castle). The biggest changes and corrections of older ones in: Newport (Pembrokeshire), Albrechtice, Bavorov, Bilkov, Boletice, the Cistercian monastery in Brno, Blanice, Bukovec, Čáslav, Cecovice, Chvojinek, Načeradec, Dolni Kounice, Rychmburk (castle), Stara Boleslav (I separated description of the church of St. Wenceslas from the description of the hillfort).
   In September, I added the first 6 Hungarian monuments, as well as 11 from Poland (churches in Nosowo, Wilków Średzki, Małkocin, Łęczyca Stargardzka, Pogorzela, Żalęcino, Suchańsko, Parlino, and castles in Przedecz, Żywiec, Wieleń), 6 from the Czech Republic (Stanetice, churches Na Travnicku, St. Apolinar, St. Henry and Augustinian monastery in Prague, church in Havlickov Brod), 12 from Scotland (Aignish, Bragar – church and broch, Dun Ban, Dun Boreraig, Dun Cromare, Dun Fiadhairt, Dun Hallin, Dun Liath, Dun Ringil, Eoropie, Rudh Teampuill). In addition, thorough changes of descriptions: Kolin (St. Bartholomew’s church), Modra, Domazlice (church), Loucim, Horsovsky Tyn (church), Hradec Kralove (church), Pęzino, Strachocin, Witkowo Drugie, Ziemiomysł, Poczernin, Chociwel, Dzwonowo, Grzędzice, Krąpiel, Bielsko, Jihlva (monasteries and parish church), Jindrihov Hradec, Orchardton, Buittle, Cairsluth, Cairnholy, Lincluden, Plunton, Rusko.

News at medievalheritege.eu – June and July 2021

   In June, I added new 22 Scotland monuments. The descriptions of the city walls of the Czech kingdom have been completely upgraded: Bela pod Bezdezem, Beroun, Benesov, Budyne, Caslav, Ceske Budejovice, Hradec Kralove, Jicin, Klatovy, Kolin, Kourim, Litomerice, Loket, Mlada Boleslav, Nachod, Nove Hrady, Nymburk, Domazlice (description of the castle also added). In addition, the description of castles: Zvikov, Oltarik, Milesov, Himlstejn, Pravda, Kadan, Homole (Poland), Książ (Poland), Sokolec (Poland), Dreinok (Slovakia), the tower in Dzietrzychowice, the city walls in Świebodzice, the church in Prandocin and the Dominican monastery in Toruń has been changed.
   In July, with the addition of 25 monuments the Scotland was completed (although some may be added in the future). In addition, new posts about the city walls: Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Český Brod, Havlíčkův Brod, Horažďovice, Nové Město nad Metují, Pisek, Cheb, Kutna Hora. I also added two new monuments from Poland: the Kozieniec watchtower and the tower house in Zębowice. I have practically re-described the city walls in: Pelhřimov, Polička, Vimperk, Vysoké Mýto, Žatec, Louny, Prague, Prachatice, Rabštejn nad Střelou, Rakovnik. Major changes also in posts about bridges in Pisek and Prague, city walls and castle in Braniewo, Chojnik castle, Bolczów castle, castle and city walls in Bolesławiec Śląski, Gościszów castle, Gryf castle, castle in Jawor, Lipa castle, Podskale castle, towers in Rakowice Wielkie, tower in Sędziszów, Wleń castle, Stara Kamienica castle and Warta castle.

News at medievalheritege.eu – April and May 2021

   In April 2021, 25 new monuments were added from Scotland, alphabetically from Sanquhar Castle to Spynie bishop’s castle and four earlier. I also added 93 new monuments from the area of Wales (For now only in Polish).
   In May, the portal was enlarged with: 24 more monuments from the area of Scotland, as well as 39 buildings from the area of Wales, 3 new churches in Poland (Żabin, Tymowa, Zbylutów), and 5 new monuments in the Czech Republic (churches in Liber, Lochy two churches in Stary Plzenec and Libice early medieval stronghold). Larger changes and additions in: Pastuchów, Piotrowice Świdnickie, Płóczki, Pogwizdów, Pożarzysko, Raciborowice Górne, Rząśnik, Siecieborzyce, Solniki, Namysłów – Old Town, Stary Zamek, Benedictine priory in Brecon, Nowe Miasto nad Wartą, Slany, Krivoklat, Kunratice, Kunratice, The Italian Court in Kutna Hora and Krakovec.

News at medievalheritege.eu – February and March 2021

   In February 2021, I added 23 monuments from the area of ​​Scotland, the hillfort in Ostrów Tumski in Poznań, the town hall in Brzeg, abbeys in Łekno and Ląd, the Gdańsk Artus Court, city walls in Racibórz, Żory and Krapkowice, and the parish church in Września. Moreover, I have added descriptions of the Czech hillforts of Levy Hradec and Budeč. Major additions were made to the following: Criccieth Castle, Stara Lubovna Castle, collegiate church in Sandomierz, church in Zator, Tynec nad Sazavou, church in Braniewo, castle in Rabsztyn.
   In March 2021, 24 new Scottish buildings and a church in Czeska Wieś (Poland), a church in Sindliar (Slovakia), Penarth Fawr house (Wales), hillfort and castle in Gniezno (Poland) and five Welsh churches (Aberedw, Abergele, Beaumaris, Bedwelly, Bettws Newydd). The biggest changes to older posts were in Penrice, Pennard, Oystermouth, Tregrug, Usk, Cardiff, Kenfig, Neath, Morgraig, Morlais, Caldicot, Tenby, Roch, Manrobier, Carew, Llanstefan, Aberystwyth, Rhuddlan, Flint, Hawarden, plus large additions and corrections I have published in: the castle in Wieliczka, the church in Bochnia, the church in Skalbmierz, the church of St. Adalbert in Kraków, the church of Holy Salvator in Kraków, the castle in Kwidzyn, the Dominican monastery in Chełmno, the Cochwillan house.

News at medievalheritege.eu – January 2021

   In January 2021, 30 new monuments were added from Scotland. The descriptions were expanded and corrected: Bielsko (town walls added), Gliwice (castle and town walls), Głogówek (town walls), Niemodlin (town walls added), Prudnik (town walls), Gdańsk (St. Mary’s Church, Dominican Friary with the church of St. Nicholas), Kościelec Proszowicki, monastery of Ewenny, monastery in Miechów, Starý Plzenec (the description of the hillfort added to the rotunda), Castell Coch, Caerphilly, Tachov (town walls).

News at medievalheritege.eu – December 2020

   I added 21 new monuments from Scotland (for now only in Polish), new monuments from Poland: the parish church in Gliwice, churches in Mirocin Dolny, Niepołomice, Łankiejmy, Krekoły, Marianka, Jelonki, Ostrowite, the cathedral in Włocławek and the court in Jeżów. Much corrections and extensive descriptions in: the church of St. Joseph in Gdańsk, the church in Szczepanów, the church of Holy Spirit in Sandomierz, the church of Holy Trinity in Lubań, the cathedral of Mary Magdalene in Wrocław, ancient necropolises in Grzybnica, Odry and Węsiory, Welsh churches and monasteries in Conwy, Abergavenny, Bangor, Chepstow, Ewenny, Llandaff, Llanfair, Monkton, Newport, St Asaph, St Davids. Finally, I also posted a new text in the articles section – “Early medieval dwelling houses of the northern Slavic region”.

News at medievalheritege.eu – November 2020

   There are 27 new monuments from Scotland and 5 new monuments from Poland (only in Polish for now): churches in Niwiska, Kowalewo, Jelenin, Jastrowiec and Kanigowo. Major changes affected: Racławice Olkuskie, the monastery in Oświęcim (a combined earlier post about the chapel of St. Jacek and the post-Dominican church), Collegium Maius, churches of St. Martin, St. Margaret and St. John in Poznań, church in Piotrków Trybunalski, church and monastery in Przeworsk, Romanesque church in Kościelec Kujawski, tenement houses and commercial buildings in the Poznań market. Many changes also in Welsh monuments, the largest in: Manorbier, Abergavenny, Carew, Barry, Llandaf (bishop’s castle), Flint, Monmouth (castle), Neport, Penhowe.