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Early British Kingdoms Web Site

Created and maintained by David Nash Ford, this site offers an excellent introduction to the Celtic Kingdoms that existed in Britain and Brittany from the time the Romans left until well into the eleventh century. The site is essentially composed of two portions, the first of which provides overviews of the kingdoms by region (West Country, Midland and South Britain, Wales, Northern Britain, North...

http://www.earlybritishkingdoms.com/
Medieval Women: An Interactive Exploration

Hosted by McMaster University, this interesting site brings together primary sources, commentary by scholars, interactive features, and music to explore the world of medieval European women. The site is a companion to a recent series on Canadian television, but it easily stands alone. Most of the features are accessed via two sections: Nunnery and World. Each of these presents a neat graphical...

http://mw.mcmaster.ca/intro.html
The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe

Published since 1998, this free, peer-reviewed online journal is "dedicated to the study of Northwestern Europe from the Late Roman Empire to the advent of the Norman Empire." To date, four issues have been published, all of which are available online. In addition to articles, each issue contains a forum, Website and book reviews, and a digest of recent archaeological news. The main site also...

http://www.heroicage.org/issues/9/ziegler.html
Privacy Foundation

The Privacy Foundation conducts "research into communications technologies and services that may pose a threat to personal privacy." Its Web site has a large amount of information to raise awareness of privacy related issues and help the public understand them. For people wanting to learn some basic terminology in digital privacy, a glossary describes things like firewalls and cookies. There are...

https://www.law.du.edu/privacy-foundation
Explore the Unicorn Tapestries

In the Cloisters at the Metropolitan Museum, ropes and guards prevent visitors from getting too close to the Unicorn Tapestries and possibly damaging them. This new Web site provides a chance to jump the rope, disregard the guard, and get a really close look at these medieval masterpieces. Several sections of the site are primarily designed for close examination. A Closer Look allows viewers to...

https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/467642
La Catedral de Girona

Beginning with the evocative sounds of cathedral bells and the clamor of footsteps, this site dedicated to the cathedral in the Spanish city of Girona is a well-done overview of the cathedral's many compelling facets. The cathedral was begun in the 11th century (although most of the building dates from the 14th to 17th centuries), and is considered of one the finest Gothic cathedrals in Spain. The...

http://www.catedraldegirona.org/visita/eng/principal/index.h...
Dumbarton Oaks Electronic Texts

Located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC, Dumbarton Oaks was donated to Harvard University in 1940 as gift from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss. Currently, the Dumbarton Oaks Center offers a number of fellowships in its three areas of academic inquiry, which include Byzantine studies, pre-Columbian studies, and landscape architecture. The organization is also well known for their...

https://www.doaks.org/research
Mostly Medieval: Exploring the Middle Ages

After researching and writing a novel set in 13th century Scotland, Susan Wallace decided to develop a Web site that would contain information about heraldry, myths, religion, and medicine during the Middle Ages. The site is divided into seven thematic areas, including "Ballads," "Beasties," "Heraldry," and "Medicine." In the "Ballads" section, visitors can read a complete text version (or...

https://www.mostly-medieval.com/explore/
Mostly Medieval: Exploring the Middle Ages

Mostly Medieval accurately describes this webpage, and it's a rather fine potpourri of information related to the Middle Ages. The site was created by Susan Wallace as the result of a research for a novel set in 13th century Scotland. Visitors can make their way through sections such as "Ballads," "Beasties," "Book of Days," "God and War," and "Heraldry." The "Ballads" area is a nice place to...

https://www.mostly-medieval.com/