Medieval Door. Moret sur Loing. France
Resources Guides & Portals
Ancient and Medieval Studies
Internet guide from Columbia University Libraries. Includes links to Arabic texts.
Portal for art history research, texts, and publishing. In German, French, and English.
Classified guide of internet links to Christian text and biographical materials form the Warburg Institute Library.
Research guide for Classics and Medieval Studies created by Harvard librarians and faculty.
Internet Jewish History Sourcebook
A part of the Internet History Sourcebooks Project which consists of subject-specialized collections in the public domain and copy-permitted historical texts.
Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages & Renaissance
Collaborative research project created for the advancement of learning in the study and teaching of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700) through the development of online resources.
The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
Extensive guide to online resources sponsored by Georgetown University.
Medieval and Renaissance Studies: A Guide to Research
Detailed research guide to print and online sources for medieval and renaissance studies sponsored by New York University.
Research guide for graduates and undergraduates created and maintained by Stanford University librarians.
Medieval Studies in Microform at Harvard University
A finding aid to medieval manuscripts in microform in Harvard libraries designed to assist researchers in locating microfilm-based literary and historical text to 1500 AD.
NetSERF: The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources
Index to over 2,000 internet links maintained by faculty at the Catholic University of America.
The ORB: Internet Medieval Sourcebook
An excellent aggregate Web site with many full-text documents, reference works, maps, and other visual materials. Primary source material is organized by period.