[ELH] Dr Graham Jones: The Late Antique and Medieval Worlds



The Emperor Justinian and the Angel of Victory: 'The Salvation and Glory of the Romans'. Gold medallion in electrotype replica in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.


Introductory materials

Primary Sources for Medieval Studies, a broad, detailed and carefully compiled guide for students by Helen Green of Special Collections at the Boole Library, University College, Cork.

Medieval studies: congresses

Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University at Kalamazoo, hosts of the International Congress on Medieval Studies. Useful links from this site include the Congress bulletin board, the Electronic Beowulf project, the Old English Newsletter, Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture and the on-line Medieval Review.

International Medieval Congress, the annual jamboree at the University of Leeds.

Medieval Academy of America, with details of its annual meetings, including speakers and their topics.

Websites for Medievalists compiled by the Department of History at the University of Leicester.

Euratlas is a hugely ambitious and useful project to provide historical maps of Europe, compiled by Christos Nüssli.

Retimedievali is a site established by a group of Italian medievalists who promote interdisciplinary approaches.

German sites linked from the pages of a medievalist at the University of Duesseldorf.

Calendario della medievistica provides conference listings, in Italian.

Conference listings maintained by IRHT, France.

Directory of Medievalists maintained by two scholars at German universities, Stuart Jenks and Felicitas Schmieder.

Research Bibliographies on the Political and Social History of Western Europe, 800-1200, compiled by Thomas Head, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.

Middle East Medievalists, an international society of scholars which publishes a newsletter and maintains web links to other sites of interest.

The Classical and Late Antique world

Two impressive German link sites for Classical and Medieval Greek and Latin studies are
      Latein Link Lexikon and
      Graeca im Internet.

Texts for Ancient History Courses, on-line from the University of Calgary,

Voice of the Shuttle Classical Studies page, University of California.

Roman World. Bill Thayer's site at University of Kansas includes the texts of Pliny's 'Natural History' and Ptolemy's 'Geography'.

Ancient World Mapping Center, including the American Philological Association's Classical Atlas Project.

Index of Cartographic Images...400-1300, part of the excellent Henry Davis cartographic site and offering scholarly commentaries as well as images. For earlier and later maps, go to Henry Davis home page.

Notitia Dignitatum, Seeck's 1876 edition (text only), placed on-line by Halstein Sjolie, who warns those wishing to do scholarly work to consult a more up-to-date edition.

Latin Names - a most useful glossary for identifying the modern names of places mentioned in Latin documents.

De Imperatoribus Romanis, the On-Line Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors maintained by a consortium of American universities.

ORB--Late Antiquity in the Mediterranean Index

Society for Late Antiquity

Cambridge Latin Course, a page intended to serve both students and teachers involved in the course. Its authors have attempted to locate web sites which relate in some way to the individual CLC stages.

LATdict, compiled 'for the poor and curious' by Kevin D. Mahoney from Whitaker's Latin Dictionary.

Iron Age and Post-Roman Britain

The Celtic Coin Index, maintained by the Department of Archaeology at Oxford University.

Early British Kingdoms - material compiled by David Ford.

Every Celtic Thing on the Web

Anglo-Saxon England

Old English at the University of Virginia is an excellent starting point for OE resources on-line, with the best links clearly set out on the home page.

Matheliende is the newsletter of Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Studies at the University of Georgia.

The Anglo-Saxon England Ring

Ansaxdat is the searchable archive of the Ansax Internet discussion list for students of Anglo-Saxon England.

Battle of Maldon is a web-site devoted to study of the OE poem and related issues.

Electronic resources

Early Medieval Corpus of Coin Finds and Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles, on-line, searchable and with mapping-by-order, from Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, and with an associated Checklist of Coin Hoards.

Anglo-Saxon Charters on the World-Wide Web, again compiled by Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, and including the full text of Sawyer. Both this and the numismatic data have been arranged and made available electronically by Sean Miller.

Scandinavia in the Viking Age

Viking Society for Northern Research publishes the journal Saga-Book.

Archaeology on the Web

Archaeology at Freiburg, an encyclopaedic resource site, with numerous, well-organised links, maintained at the University of Freiburg in Germany.

Archaeology on the Net is a large and rich resource site edited at Bilkent University in Turkey

Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology: A comprehensive links page maintained at the Department of Classical Studies, University of Michigan.


St Mark from the Godescalc gospels said to have been commissioned by Charlemagne to celebrate the baptism of his son

Specialist sites

MedSci features material for the study of medieval science.

Misconceptions about the Middle Ages, an electronic book published by Stephen Harris at Loyola University Chicago

Medieval Facts, some useful information banks (for example, king-lists) and links, compiled by Alberto Caldeira Brant.

Arthuriana

FeySidhe's Arthurian and Medieval Page, with links to sites of interest to students of Arthuriana.

Arthurian sources listed by Dr Tom Green of Worcester College, Oxford.


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