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  1. Papal Letters in the Middle Ages (History of Medieval Canon Law) by Detlev Jasper, Horst Fuhrmann, 2001-06
  2. The Oxford History of Medieval Europe
  3. An Economic and Social History of Later Medieval Europe, 1000-1500 by Steven A. Epstein, 2009-04-27
  4. Medieval History For Dummies (For Dummies (History, Biography & Politics)) by Stephen Batchelor, 2010-07-21
  5. The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy: From the Rediscovery of Aristotle to the Disintegration of Scholasticism, 1100-1600
  6. The Cambridge History of Medieval Political Thought c.350-c.1450 (The Cambridge History of Political Thought)
  7. General Issues in the Study of Medieval Logistics: Sources, Problems And Methodologies (History of Warfare, V. 36)
  8. The History of the Medieval World: From the Conversion of Constantine to the First Crusade by Susan Wise Bauer, 2010-02-22
  9. The New Cambridge Medieval History, Vol. 2: c. 700-c. 900
  10. The Penguin Atlas of Medieval History (Hist Atlas) by Colin McEvedy, 1968-04-30
  11. The Cambridge History of Medieval English Literature
  12. A History of Everyday Life in Medieval Scotland (A History of Everyday Life in Scotland) by Edward J. Cowan, Lizanne Henderson, 2010-12-31
  13. Ottonian Book Illumination: An Historical Study (Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History) by H. Mayr-Harting, 1999-12-01
  14. The Coming of the Friars by Augustus Jessopp, 2010-03-07

41. Alphabetical Listing Of Network Sites
http// Regency, medieval~Renaissance Custom org/xenophon.htmMainly history of Russia topics and cities also general military history.

42. Network
Science and Technology. Ancient Civilizations. Sports. medieval history. Women'shistory. PreColumbian. general Reference. Renaissance. Tourism/Historic Homes.
Welcome to the Network, a collection of the Web's best history sites, indexed all in one place. To search our Network affiliates, use the keyword search box to the right, click here for an alphabetical listing of sites , or click on the categories below.
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43. Soc.History.Medieval Question And Answer Pages: General Concepts
Welcome to soc.history.medieval's Question and Answer Pages. Part I generalConcepts. A general Concepts 1. When did the Middle Ages start and finish?
Welcome to soc.history.medieval's
Question and Answer Pages
Part I: General Concepts
A: General Concepts:
1. When did the Middle Ages start and finish? There are no definite answers to this question. Usually they are said to start with the fall of Rome, and to end with the Rennaissance, the Reformation and/or the Voyages of Discovery. For this reason the time scale of soc.history.medieval is c500-c1500. Some leeway is employed, but topics significantly before AD500 should be sent to soc.history.ancient, and for the period c1500-c1800 to soc.history.early-modern. CG Luxford ( 2. Is the term "medieval" acceptable for lands not a part of western Europe? The term was originally coined to apply specifically to Western Europe, but it can be usefully employed when referring to any other part of Europe, and for those areas with which Europe had some dealings. The Crusades for instance were an aspect of medieval western Europe which had a direct effect on parts of the Middle East, one can therefore refer to medieval Jerusalem etc with no problem. Further into Asia the term becomes slightly more anachronistic, but is usually acceptable, provided it is used carefully.

44. General - IIAS Newsletter Online
The medieval history Journal. The medieval history Journal is designed as a forumfor these trends and for accommodating questions, critiques, and debates.
IIAS IIAS Newsletter Online No. [nummer] General
The Medieval History Journal
The Medieval History Journal makes it appearance at a time when the historical periodization of a given society's past is being redefined the world over. Timeframes that have been frozen for many decades have been questioned in recent years and the boundaries of the 'medieval' have been expanded. Medievalists no longer sever the sacred form the mundane, the classical from the vernacular, while literature and the arts are no longer outside the purview of history. The Medieval History Journal is designed as a forum for these trends and for accommodating questions, critiques, and debates. It expresses spatial and temporal flexibility in defining the 'medieval' in order to capture its expansive thematic domain. Overall, the journal seeks to transcend the narrow boundaries of a single discipline and encompass the related fields of literature, the arts, archaeology, anthropology, sociology, and human geography.
A refereed journal, it explores problematics relating to all aspects of societies from all over the world in the medieval universe. Articles which are comparative and interdisciplinary and those with a broad canvas find particular favour with the journal. Frequent special issues are also planned. The Medieval History Journal is published biannually in April and October. Editor: Harbans Mukhia, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Sage Publications, Post Box 4215, New Delhi 110048, India, 2455 Teller Road Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, USA, 6 Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4PU, United Kingdom.

45. General Medieval Japanese History
general history of Japan and its people, from the early medieval era tothe end of Japanese feudalism. general medieval Japanese history.
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General Medieval Japanese History Ancient Japan
After introductory articles on prehistoric Japan, this site focuses on Japanese history, religion and culture through the Heian period, offering features on Japanese language, music, and literature as well as a glossary, maps, timeline and more. Very well done by Richard Hooker. Chronology of Japanese History David Turkington's eleven-page table of events from 270 AD to the present; the first seven pages apply to the medieval era. Extensive and informative. Samurai Archives Timelines, biographies, translations, a glossary, recommended reading and lots of historical info about Japan from the late eighth through mid-nineteenth century. Very well done by Christopher West.

46. General Medieval Scottish History
general medieval Scottish history. A Brief history of Scotland Extensivemultipage overview of Scottish history from its earliest
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General Medieval Scottish History Below you'll find general introductions to and chronological overviews of Scotland in Medieval Times, as well as primary sources and points of interest. A Brief History of Scotland
Extensive multi-page overview of Scottish history from its earliest origins to modern times, by Peter N. Williams. Chapters 2 through 6 apply to the medeival era. Chronology of Scottish History Covering events from 76 to 1595 C.E., this timeline includes calendar dates and is heavily hyperlinked to more useful information, both at Rampant Scotland and elsewhere on the web. Dark Isle The History of the Scots, the Picts and the Britons

47. WWW Virtual Library Women's History
Listing women's history institutions and organizations, locating archival and library collections, Category Society People Women history...... Institutions and Collections Organizations Discussion Lists Web ResourcesChronological general Ancient history medieval history Early Modern
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Women's History Whole Site More Options Help Other Virtual Libraries on This Server: Labour History Business and Economic History Also on This Server: Sources for Women's History at the IISH ViVa Bibliography Jaarboek Vrouwen- Geschiedenis ... Kenau The WWW Virtual Library: W3VL Overview W3VL Alphabetical W3VL Central Database W3VL: History Overview ... The W3VL History Network Maintained by: Jenneke Quast for the International Institute of Social History Contents New Links About this Library Reference
Women's History ... Alphabetical New Links The following sites came to our attention after the last update (March 2003); they have been included in our Alphabetical listing only. For new conferences, please go to the Conferences Page

48. KCT Library: Medieval History
general history Sites for Further Research The Labyrinth Resources forMedieval Studies is a major scholar site organized topically.
Resource Library
General History Sites for Further Research The following sites are among the best available on the Web for those interested in the Middle Ages. Certainly by following their links you can find just about anything you want.
The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
is a major scholar site organized topically.
ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
has besides the usual links a great deal of original scholarly material on a variety of subjects.
Paul Halsall's Internet Source Book is a marvellous gateway to historical documents and other useful materials.
The University of Calgary has a site that will be of interest to many readers:
Historical Materials on Knighthood and Chivalry Index

49. Department Of History - General Information
The Department has three ongoing general postgraduate seminar programmes of speakers,on medieval and Renaissance history, Modern history and the Intellectual
Department of History General Information
General Information
The Department is one of the largest History Departments in the U.K., with 28 permanent members of staff. They are organised in four areas of specialism:
  • Modern British History,
  • Modern European History,
  • Extra-European History: North American, Asian, African, Australian.
We offer a large number of undergraduate courses (68) covering many periods and parts of the world. There is close co-operation with other Departments teaching History, whose courses may be taken as part of the undergraduate degree, the MA Honours in History (Departments of Economic and Social History, Scottish History, Ecclesiastical History, Fine Art; Centre of Canadian Studies). With these Departments we form The Graduate School of History , which offers joint training courses in research methods, and has a Centre providing study accommodation. The Centre for Second World War Studies (Director: Dr. P. Addison) offers a postgraduate programme of study including a Master's degree (M.Sc.) on 'Home Fronts and Battle Fronts in World War II'.

50. Allexperts General History Q&A
Gabriel Andriollo View Profile, general history can be very complicate of ancientGreek and Roman history, and some knowledge of medieval European history.

51. Medieval History
Ages ThinkQuest The PSC medieval Society Official medieval Links List medievalSite Index medieval Asia general- medieval history Net Links Middle Ages

Medieval History
The gorgeous photo of the Monastery and Church of S. Francesco of Assisi , is shown through the courtesy of Professor Lester at Tulane: Period and Style for Designers, I and II.
How to do Research using the Navigation Aids: 1. By clicking on the Hotlinks, you will be taken directly to the exact location where the Topic is located on the page. 2. When you click on a site located under a topic, another browser window will open automatically for you on top of this page. With your mouse, pull that window down below the Topic you are researching. Every time you now click on a site, the material will appear in this window. This will allow you to quickly and easily read the material and go through each site listed without losing this page. Remember to cite the "web sites and their authors" given below as your information "sources" in your paper or presentation for citation/bibliographic purposes. Hotlinks: Table of Contents:

52. Medieval Science
Societies, Programs, general Mailing Lists MEDICA The Journal for the Summer SchoolProgrammes include science and its history, medieval studies, literature
The Medieval Science Page
This page has been continuously available on the World-Wide Web since October 19, 1995. It currently receives over 100,000 hits per annum. Last updated 21 February, 2003: Added vPlants under Botany; Medica journal under Societies and Programs; updated URL to The Society for the History of Medieval Technology and Science (SHMTS), also under Societies; noted broken link on Paul Gans's pages. Welcome to medieval science on the Web. This page is intended to provide a convenient and comprehensive set of links to all Internet resources worldwide which deal with aspects of medieval science, both in Western and other cultures.
Contents by Topic


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(topic-specific museums are indexed under topic headings)

Societies and Programs
Technology (general) Time Weights and Measures Renaissance Materials Miscellaneous ... James McNelis , Editor. I am also Editor-in-Chief of Envoi : A Review Journal of Medieval Literature , founder and list manager of the Medbeast-L mailing list , and Founding Editor of . Full text of several articles may be accessed from its website. Some fulltext (PDF) items may be read on Envoi 's site as well, including most recently Michael D. C. Drout and Hilary Wynne's

53. WWW & HAGIOGRAPHY: History (General)
history (general). history Links on the World Wide Web (Concordia University). LabyrinthA WWW Server for medieval Studies, sponsored by Georgetown University.
History (General)

54. Medieval History
medieval history. Gothic Europe 12001450 by Derek Albert Pearsall(Longman) 'This uniquely ambitious book offers an account of all
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Gothic Europe The celebration of the `Gothic moment' takes the form of a full and colorful account of the great surviving works of art from the period, in a large central section. Preceding this there are two chapters describing the political and economic circumstances within which Gothic art came to fruition, and the systems of patronage in church, court and city; that enabled it to flourish. The last two chapters identify some of the discord and restlessness within the prevailing harmonies of Gothic, and explore the new kinds of artistic form and identity that developed as the Gothic tapestry unwove. 'This major book presents a new picture of the medieval period. Medieval Mercenaries : The Great Companies by Kenneth Alan Fowler (Blackwell) Italy, Spain and France were the scene of almost constant war during the fourteenth century. Armies were raised by the English and the French consisting largely of mercenaries. In the middle of the century the army leaders decided to maintain their soldiers in a permanent state of readiness as private concerns to serve whichever leader would pay them most. This is the first account of the history of what became known as the "Great Companies" and will be an outstanding contribution to the history of Europe. The author is able to show (through, for example, the discovery of secret treaties) that previous assumptions about the alliances and ambitions of the European monarchies and principalities are other than what they have appeared to be.

55. UNC Music Department
Music history Sites. Music history (general). Ancient and medieval historyand Literature. Music history. American Music Resource; American
RESEARCH LINKS Music History Sites
Music Theory Sites
Ethnomusicology Sites
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Music History Sites
Music History (General) Ancient and Medieval History and Literature
Music History

56. Links Towards General Historical Websites
RomanSites , websites related to Roman Antiquity; Threads of MedievL in English;general Mediev-l in English; Research Unit in medieval history - ULB in French;
Links towards historical websites PERIODICAL HISTORICAL
1 to 1000 1100 to 2000 Legend CD version ...

57. Medieval History - Allyn & Bacon / Longman Catalog
medieval Church, The A Brief history Joseph H Europe in the High Middle Ages 1150 1300, A general history of Europe Series, 3/E John H. Mundy, (Emeritus,4095,72181,00.html?sort=autho

58. Medieval History - Allyn & Bacon / Longman Catalog
in medieval history, Royal Holloway, University of London © 2002 / 0582-32822-5/ Longman; Europe in the Central Middle Ages, 962 - 1154, A general history of,4095,72181,00.html?sort=title

59. Sources For General History
SOURCES FOR general history. medieval Sourcebook Internet Modern history SourcebookIntroduction to Islam Labyrinth WWW Home Page (medieval history) The Life of
Repositories of Primary Sources: A Directory Aaron Copland Collection Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives Abraham Lincoln Papers (LoC) ... Wright Brothers in Photographs
1901 Census for England and Wales (Public Record Office) 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica Repositories of Primary Sources: A Directory Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions ... Writings of the Christian Church Fathers
1911 Encyclopedia Britannica Repositories of Primary Sources: A Directory Albumen Photographic Prints The Avalon Project (documents relevant to law, history, economics, politics, diplomacy and government) ... Women Writers Project
American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS) The American Historical Association American Jewish Historical Society American Political Science Association ... Institute of Historical Research (Univ. of London)

60. EHistory - EHistory Explorer Volume List
is a monthly general history newsletter. Each issue contains short, informativearticles in the following areas ancient history, medieval history, American

> World History Search Store Members A Moment in Time ... Timelines eHistory Explorer Archive The eHistory Explorer is a monthly general history newsletter. Each issue contains short, informative articles in the following areas: ancient history, medieval history, American history, European history, and/or world history. Plus the latest news from eHistory. Below are the previous issues of the eHistory Explorer.

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