A Thousand Years of History http://turnerlearning.com/cnn/millennium/rundown.html
Just in time for 2000, a look back at the last 1000 years. A good
historical overview of what (and who) happened when.
- Arthuriana http://smu.edu/arthuriana/
Camelot Project http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/cphome.stm
Arthurian Texts, Images, Bibliographies, and Basic Information. "THE
CAMELOT PROJECT is designed to make available in electronic format
a database of Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information.
The project is sponsored by the University of Rochester and prepared
in The Robbins Library, a branch of Rush Rhees Library."
"A librarian's choice of the best of the web : Medieval & Renaissance
- Medieval Resources
- Mediaeval Logic & Philosophy http://pvspade.com/Logic/
- Anthology of Middle
English Literature http://www.luminarium.org/medlit/index.html
Provides texts from Middle English figures ranging from Chaucer to
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook
- TEAMS: The Consortium for the Teaching
of the Middle Ages, Inc. http://www.teamsmedieval.org
A World Wide Web Server for Medieval Studies Sponsored by Georgetown
Lollard Society http://lollardsociety.org/
"Department of English, Texas Christian University, Fortworth, TX"
- ORB Lectures on Medieval Literature
"Contains links to primary texts online and to lectures, written by
experienced medievalists, on those texts; all lectures have been reviewed
by the ORB editorial board and were specially chosen for this site.
Each section contains introductions to the material."
OnLine Reference Book for Medieval Studies http://www.the-orb.net/refshelf.html
"The Online Resource Book for Medieval Studies (ORB) is a cooperative
effort on the part of scholars across the internet to establish an
online textbook source for medieval studies on the World-Wide Web.
In principle, authors of the various articles that make up ORB maintain
their own articles at their own locations. Each article is connected
to ORB's Title Index, which can be accessed at any time by clicking
on the ORB icon (see the top left corner above) anywhere it appears.
In addition, each article will be linked directly to related articles
and other information available on the Web. Some authors welcome your
questions, comments and observations about their articles."
Plowman Electronic Archive
English Collection - Electronic Text Center, UVA http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/mideng.browse.html
Medieval & Classical Library, Berkeley http://omacl.org/
- USA People Search: Medieval Times http://www.usa-people-search.com/content-medieval-times.aspx
of the Shuttle: English Literature http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2740