Medieval Web Links

(all links active as of January 17, 2010)

An Analysis of 650 Effigies,

Anglo-American Legal Tradition,

Archaeology in Europe,

Archieven in Nederland,

Archives in Belgium,

Archives de France,

Archives in France, at ArchivesGenWeb,

Bibliothèque nationale de France,

Brass Rubbings, Art and Anne Miller Collection,

The British Library,

The Brus by John Barbour,

Cardiff Centre for the Crusades,

Castles Information Centre Lemberg/Pfalz,

Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts,

Centre d’études Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale (CESCM),

Chateau St. Claire,

Chinese and Japanese Civilization, lecture outlines, HIS 217,

Chroniques latines de Saint Denis,

Churches of East Anglia,


Counties of England, Wales and Scotland prior to the 1974 Boundary Changes,

Crusades Encyclopedia,

De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History,

Decretalium compilation,

Digital Collections | Canon Law,

Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music,

Digital Scriptorium,

Dr James Bothwell : Historical Studies : University of Leicester,

The Domesday Explorer Web Site,

Early English Laws,

EDSITEment – Lesson Plan, Middle Ages,

The Effigy and Tomb of Sir Hugh Calveley,

The Electronic Grosseteste,

Engineering the Medieval Achievement,

English Heraldry and Blazon,

Fine Rolls of Henry III,

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University,

Fordham, Center for Medieval Studies,

Forum for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Ireland,

Giotto (Ambrogio Bondone): Assisi – Stories of San Francis I,

Graesse, Orbis Latinus,

Hartmann von Aue Portal,

Helen Nicholson’s Crusades FAQ page,

Henri V, comte de Joinville-Vaudémont,

The Historic Happing Website,

Home Page di Reti medievali,

Illinois Medieval Association,

In Parentheses,

Index of Christian Art,

Introduction Search Calendar Patent Rolls,

Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies,

The Labyrinth,

LAT 560 Medieval Latin Homepage,

The Latin Library,

Lexikon Geschichte Baden+Württemberg: Karten,

Linksammlung: Die Kreuzzüge | Abteilung für Mittelalterliche Geschichte der Universität Tübingen,

Literature in the Visual Arts in Medieval Europe,

Luminarium: Anthology of English Literature,

Mapping the Medieval Urban Landscape Homepage,

The Medieval Academy of America,

Medieval Crusades Splash/Home Page,

Medieval and Early Modern Data Bank (MEMDB),

Medieval Germany, course at the University of Florida, by Florin Curta,

Medieval Heraldry Archive,

Medieval History Texts in Translation,

Medieval Paleography,

Medieval Scotland,

Medieval Sourcebook: Introduction,

MWGrid: Medieval Warfare on the Grid, The University of Birmingham,

Medieval Writing,,



Monumenta Germaniae Historica,

Moravian Church Archives, German Script Course,

National Archives, United Kingdom,

The Online Medieval & Classical Library,

ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies,

Parker Library on the web, at Stanford,

Plymouth State University, Medieval and Renaissance Forum,

Le Poulet Gauche, daily life in 16th-century France; historical recreation,

Questes, association de doctorants médiévistes,

Ramon Llull Database,

Regesta Imperii,

Repertorium Chronicarum A Bibliography of the Manuscripts of Medieval Latin Chronicles,

Richard III Society – American Branch,

Societas Rerum Imperii,

Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East,

The Soldier in Later Medieval England,

Some notes on medieval English genealogy,

Sommerville: Courses,

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History,

Third Lateran Council, canons,

Thirty Years’ War Museum,

UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies,

UK Battlefields Resource Centre,

Vadium Iacob Research Project, Ronnie Ellenblum;

The Vatican School of Paleography,

Verteilte Digitale Inkunabelbibliothek,

Web Gallery of Art – The Art of Giotto,

Women in the Middle Ages,

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