- English Heritage (2)
Explore English Heritage, the U.K. Government's statutory adviser involved in the conservation and enhancement of historical environment and to ensure its past is understood. Sites feature research and conservation, learning and resources, and historic properties under the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England.
- Proceedings of the Old Bailey, The
Contains accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court from 1674 to 1834.
- Labyrinth, The
Collection of electronic resources on medieval studies. Hosted by Georgetown University.
- Cromwell, Oliver (1599-1658) (3)
Read about Oliver Cromwell, the political and military leader who made England into a republican Commonwealth. Sites offer biography, political life, campaigns, and articles on the Lord Protector of England, Ireland, and Scotland.
- Bede (673-735) (10)
Read about Bede, Benedictine monk, author, and scholar, declared English Doctor of the Church for his contributions to Catholicism. Sites offer biography, religious and cultural settings of his life and times, and historical and theological works of the author known as the Father of English History for his famous work The Ecclesiastical History of the English People.
- Charles I (1600-1649) (4)
Read about Charles I, the king of England, Ireland, and Scotland, from 1625 till his execution in 1949, who was involved in the struggle for power with the Parliament of England and advocated the Divine Rights of Kings. Sites feature biography, reign, religious conflict, execution, ancestry of the English monarch, and Christian Society under the patronage of S. Charles.
- Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
Timeline of kings from early British kingdoms broken down by ruling line. Also features timelines for legendary rulers of Britain.
- Civil War in Oxfordshire
Offers information about the Oxfordshire connections with the Civil War.
- Plight of Women's Work in the Early Industrial Revolution in England and Wales, The
Lesson plan about the role of female workers during the Industrial Revolution. Read testimonies from English and Welsh working women and children, including documents about textile workers, miners, and seamstresses.
- Magna Carta (4)
Explore the sites about Magna Carta, the English charter which became the predecessor of the present day constitutional law. Sites feature manuscript, history, original text, translations, and glossary of the document which promoted the rights and freedoms of subjects and rendered the kings answerable to law.
- Wars of the Roses.com
Features biographies of important people, battle descriptions, timeline, and more.
- Medieval English Genealogy
Resources and information on medieval ancestry, including the Alington, Argentein, and Skipwith families.
- Invasion of England, 1066
History of the invasion with visual scenes from the Bayeaux Tapestry.
- Renaissance, The Elizabethan World
Resources for the study of Elizabethan England including the life, the heraldry, and the sumptuary laws of that period.
- Industrial Manchester, 1844
Written by Frederick Engels, discusses about the appalling conditions of the working class in the industrial Manchester.
- Norman Conquest School Site, The
Designed to help Key Stage 3 pupils investigate the events of 1066 beginning with the Norman Conquest to the coronation of William the Conqueror.
- Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME)
And its public archive, the National Monuments Record (NMR).
- History Learning Site: Medieval England
Provides links divided into two categories, medieval topics and personalities and events relating to England during the Middle Ages.
- Secrets of the Norman Invasion
Comprehensive site regarding all aspects of the invasion.
- Shoreditch Town Hall Trust
Community orgnanisation that is regenerating the former town hall.