British History Online - Digital library of text and information about people, places and businesses from the medieval and early modern period, built by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust.
Decameron Web - Hypermedia archive of materials dedicated to Boccaccio's masterpiece.
Doctrine Of Discovery - Papal Bulls of the 15th century gave Christian explorers the right to claim lands they "discovered" and lay claim to those lands for their Christian Monarchs. Any land that was not inhabited by Christians was available to be "discovered", claimed, and exploited. If the "pagan" inhabitants could be converted, they might be spared. If not, they could be enslaved or killed.
Journal of Medieval History - Devoted to all aspects of the history of Europe in the Middle Ages. Each issue comprises around four or five articles on European history, including Britain and Ireland, between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance. The Journal also includes review articles, historiographical essays and 'state of research' studies.
Labyrinth, The - Organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server at Georgetown University.
Repertorium Chronicarum: Bibliography of the Manuscripts of Medieval Latin Chronicles - An attempt, at Mississippi State University, to record in a single reference work the location of every known Latin manuscript of every known Latin chronicle of the Middle Ages. Included are all Latin narratives of public (national, civic, political, military, corporate, ecclesiastical) events: chronicles, annals, histories, chronologies, notes on events; and the implied narratives of such events: catalogues of popes, emperors, and kings, and genealogies of kings; works composed from the beginning of the fourth century to the end of the fifteenth century.; and translations into Latin of works composed in other languages (e.g. Eusebius).
Uniting the Kingdoms? - This exhibition looks at looks at how the governments and people of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, and of England's French territories, interacted in politics, warfare, religion, trade and everyday life during the Middle Ages, displaying just a fraction of the wealth of medieval records held by the UK's Public Record Office (PRO).
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