- Society for Creative Anachronism
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook
Full range collection of excerpted and full text medieval sources for use in teaching and research.
- Labyrinth, The
Collection of electronic resources on medieval studies. Hosted by Georgetown University.
- Livery Companies (23)
- Mandela, Nelson (7)
- Guevara, Ernesto Che (1928-1967) (10)
- Columbus, Christopher (1451-1506) (16)
Learn about the Genoese explorer Christopher Columbus, whose 1492 expedition to the Indies instead opened the Americas to European exploration and conquest. Includes sites on his life, voyages, and legacy as well as sites about Columbus Day.
- NetSERF: The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources
List resources for exploring the period's art, literature, religion, culture, and science.
- Hussein, Saddam (22)
Read about Saddam Hussein, the former President of Iraq executed by Iraqi Special Tribunal. Sites offer biography, political career, interview, trial and execution, photographs, and music videos.
- Crazy Horse (d. 1877) (5)
Learn about Crazy Horse, the Sioux leader who fought to preserve the traditions and values of Lakota people. Sites include biography, lifestyle, the struggle against the Federal government's attempt to takeover the native people's lands, and other achievements of the leader who was also known as Tashunka Witco, "his horse is crazy."
- Archaeological Resource Centre (ARC)
Housed in the restored medieval church of St. Saviour in the center of York. Offers tours where visitors dig in the dirt to piece together history.
- Wikipedia: Mesopotamia
Historical overview of Mesopotamia, covering language, writing, science, religion, culture, economy, government, and other aspects of ancient civilizations in this region.
- Palestine Remembered
Nonprofit organization dedicated to preserve the memory and experiences of Palestinians and to share experiences among Palestinian refugees.
- Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies (ORB)
Features an encyclopedia, document library, teaching resources, and links.
- USS Liberty (AGTR-5) (7)
- Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe from AD 1 to 2000
Online historical atlas showing the states of Europe and Mediterranean basin at the end of each century from AD 1 to AD 2000. In English and French.
- Maps of War
Interactive historical maps of Middle East war zones throughout history.
- Bonaparte, Napol?on (1769-1821) (9)
Find sites for Napol?on Bonaparte (1769-1821), the Emperor of the French and King of Italy considered as one of the greatest military geniuses ever. Sites offer biography, history, genealogy, military campaigns, battles fought, books, quotes, political cartoons, and fan meetings for the general of French Revolution who established the Napoleonic Code, a civil code.
- Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
Covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.
- Joan of Arc (1412-1431) (15)
Find sites for St. Joan of Arc, also known as Jeanne d'Arc, the national heroine of France. Sites offer biography, the role in the Hundred Years' War, historical significance, picture gallery, books, contemporary documents and articles, as well as the canonization of the French Roman Catholic saint put to trial and executed for heresy.