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.
Click the numbered pages at the bottom of this page to browse all content.
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."
Search through an extensive collection of links to published, digitized medieval English records, as well as helpful regnal calendars.
Browse a list of resources for teaching art history, especially in an online environment.
View Meghan L. Cook's list of resources for teaching book history.
Access bibliography of printed primary sources on legal history.
Access a large linked collection of research on the Crusades, with links to view and download volumes. Collected by Adam Bishop.
View murals and sites from the Dunhuang cave shrines in this 360 degree virtual tour.
Listen to a podcast focused on the study of Dante's works.
View digitized manuscripts, search annotated bibliographies, and can be accessed through the list of authors and themes at the top right of the page
Study digitized manuscripts and bibliographical data made available from Houghton Library's collection of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts.
Discover a large collection of digitized Japanese books dating from the early seventeenth century and later.
Browse and research the growing digitized holdings of the Library of Congress Asian Division's Chinese manuscripts.