Featured Resource Pages
The following pages are highlighted as useful resources for educators.
Use the filters below to search by century, era, geography, type of resource, and other topics of interest to students of the medieval past.
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Browse an online site with research and teaching resources geared towards Classics.
Browse a list of online resources for teaching Classics, including podcasts, primary sources, and online learning resources.
Browse two additional lists of open-access resources geared towards researchers and educators.
Browse a list of open-access resources, compiled by librarians in the United Kingdom.
Browse a collection of freely accessible online books from Gorgias Press.
Access Penn's journal focused on manuscript studies in the digital age.
Explore links to expanded electronic-resources content temporarily available to Princeton University patrons.
Browse a database of open-access books from academic presses.
Ian Mladjov’s Resources is an excellent resource of historical maps.
Access a collection of scanned maps for teaching the medieval period.
Search a database containing the names of soldiers serving the English crown between 1369 and 1453, most of whom were fighting the French in the second phase of the Hundred Years War.
Discover a large collection of Hagia Sophia resources at Dumbarton Oaks.
Search a bibliography focused on codicology, mise-en-page, and scribal practices in western manuscripts.
Browse a list of resources for the study of texts and manuscripts.
Browse an annotated list of sources for studying the Angevin Empire.
Search and browse over 11,000 images of major Silk Road sites.
View digitized and searchable open-access editions of medieval canon law texts.
Access a wide selection of images and information about the Silk Road and its context from The International Dunhuang Project: The Silk Road Online.
Browse a searchable, electronic edition of works of canon law used by Carolingian readers.
Listen to 5-10 minutes podcast episodes on medieval legal concepts and terminologies on "Civil Law, Common Law, Customary Law."