and late antiquity
This encyclopedia is part of 'The
Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors
This site offers a chronological survey of
Roman and Byzantine emperors. For most of these a biography with short bibliography
is given. There are also biographies of family-members, these are accessible
via the alphabetic index.
Offers literature, a bibliography
and links to sources concerning late antiquity (280-630).
& Medieval Studies Sites
Extensive list of links made by Paul
Halshall (maker of 'Medieval Sourcebook').
Hypertext Medieval Glossary
This is a list of terms in English
and Latin, with explanation and reference to the used literature.
Feminist Index: More Links on Medieval Women
A collection of links concerning women-history.
This contains multiple pages containing
different subjects. These pages have a standard division: bibliography,
literature, sources and maps. The material offered is mostly own publication
supplemented with links.
Dr. J. G. Th. Graesse, Orbis Latinus
(Berlin 1909). Offered by: The Electronic Text Service; Columbia University.
A new and adapted version (1972) is only available in print.
Medieval Sourcebook: Maps and Images
Extensive list of modern maps with
a historical theme, mostly taken from: Muir's Historical Atlas: Medieval
and Modern (London 1911).
Collection: Historical Maps of Europe
The Perry-Castañeda Library
Map Collection of the University of Texas in Austin offers modern maps
with a historical theme, mostly taken from: J.B. Bury ed., Atlas to
Freeman's Historical Geography (1903).
A collection of links to sites about
the history of cartography, historical maps and modern maps with a historical
The Catholic Encyclopedia: an International
Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline and History
of the Catholic Church. (New York 1907-1912)
arts and sciences
Mostly about Thomas of Aquinas; some
of his works in translation with some literature.
This site offers sources, pictures,
literature and bibliographies concerning the Arthurian tradition.
This page was
made by Suzanne Roosen en Arnold Oppelaar
Translated, adapted and updated
by Marcia Zuurd.
Department of Medieval History,
University of Amsterdam.
Last update: may 2001