- Bob Hasenfratzn
--Provides access to downloadable program called Lingua Latina, Ancrene Wisse, a list of
Beowulf links and resources, and some other links. Lingua Latina is a shareware program
designed to drill students on Latin grammar and requires Windows 3.x or higher.
- Bodger and Grift
--A site dealing with Boccacio's works and the culture in which they existed. It has sections
dealing with literature, society, history, religion, the plague, maps, and a bibliography. It mainly
deals with the 13th and 14th centuries. The site offers the Decameron in Italian and in an English
- Earthlore's Gothic Dreams
- Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
--This site provides a table of contents for issues of the journal itself as well as a list of upcoming articles. Unfortunately, with the exception of a few articles, it does not have the articles accessible via the net.
- FAQ for
- Gaukler Medieval
--Home page for business offering authentic ancient and medieval antique jewelry as well as
modern replicas of ancient and medieval jewelry.
- Highlander Web Magazine Piece on William Wallace
- IATH Home Page
--Home page for the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH).
- The Khazaria Info Center
--Deals with the Medieval Jewish Kingdom of Khazaria. It also provides links to other Jewish
history pages and provides a large number of non-Jewish history and archaeology pages.
Richard Wymarc's Medieval Embroidery Webpage
- Medieval Academic Discussion
--Homepage for a magazine called Medieval Life.
- The New Chaucer Society
- Paper on
Homosexuality in the Middle Ages by Paul Halsall
- Plague and Public Health in
--This site is a project with the aim of covering narratives, records, and other writings about the
plague from 1348 to 1530. Currently it only covers a few areas around the year 1348.
- Ravensgard Medieval Homepage
--A large list of links to various areas of Medieval Studies. Organized
by subject sections.
Messengers of Medieval Man
--A book by Marshall Faintich, Ph.D., on the use of astronomical symbology on medieval coinage.
The page provides an abstract and table of contents as well as information on obtaining a free
softcopy or a paper copy (for a small fee).
- Texas Medieval Association
(TEMA) Home Page
--Information about the association plus list of academic discussion groups and links to medieval
- Timber-Framed Houses
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