General Web Resources
- Byzantine and Medieval Web Links - One of the most complete collections of medieval and Byzantine links (also ancient).
- Centre for Research in Early English Drama, Records of Early English Drama, University of Toronto - REED is an international scholarly project that is establishing for the first time the broad context from which the great drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries grew.
- Collectors' Post - Provides links to medieval English drama sites.
- The International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University - The site of The International Congress on Medieval Studies, the largest professional meeting of its kind in the world.
- Latin Manuscript Abbreviations - The first electronic dictionary of medieval Latin abbreviations, with more than 40,000 entries.
- Medieval Sourcebook - A very complete collection of medieval texts in the public domain - very useful for class assignment.
- Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies (ORB) - "ORB is an academic site, written and maintained by medieval scholars for the benefit of their fellow instructors and serious students."
- Records of Early English Drama/ Victoria College, University of Toronto - REED is an international scholarly project that is establishing for the first time the broad context from which the great drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries grew.
- REED-L - REED-L provides a forum for discussion and interchange of information relating to drama, music, and ceremony in the British Isles before 1642.
- REED's theatre resource page - "All the World's a Stage": WWW Links for Theatre History and Early Music.
- Bodleian Library, Oxford University - The Bodleian is the largest of the libraries operated by Oxford University.
- The British Library - The British Library's Online Information Server.
- Cambridge University Library - Their Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
- Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Index of WWW Sites - Includes Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Islam, Medieval Europe.
- Folger Shakespeare Library - The website of this Washington D.C. library.
- The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Search engine; includes access to collection of philosophical texts.
- Labyrinth - Outstanding guide to medieval studies; excellent quality; includes texts, images, archival data bases, online bibliographies, web guide.
- National Endowment for the Humanities - Home page with news and grant information.
- University of Virginia Library - Access to UVA's library resources.
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- Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World - Includes web links, bibliographies, images, and course materials.
- Exploring Ancient World Cultures - See General Web Resource above.
- Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web - The main focus of the web is on the process used to study the ancient manuscripts upon which the New Testament is based. Perseus Project Homepage - One of the most complete resources on classical antiquity.
- Bartlett's Quotations - Passages, phrases, and proverbs traced back to their original sources.
- National Endowment for the Arts
- National Gallery of Art
- The Sistine Chapel
- Smithsonian Institution
- The Vatican Museums
- Witcombe's Art History Resources
- Yahoo Art Index
- The Renaissance Society of America - The leading organization in the Americas for the interdisciplinary study of the late medieval, Renaissance and early modern periods.