Teaching Resources (open access)
Websites that include worksheets and online activities for varrying abilities.
- BBC History
- The National Archives Education
- The Labyrinth - Resources for Medieval Studies.
- International Medieval Bibliography - the most comprehensive database of articles in periodicals and edited collections [log-in only]
- Royal Historical Society Bibliography - the essential starting point for constructing a bibliography on a topic in British history [log-in only]
- The British Academy Portal - Medieval Studies.
- Medieval Source Material on the Internet - a good starting-point for regional history.
- GENUKI (UK and Ireland Genealogy) - useful links and sources (including maps) for regional history.
Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias
- Lewis and Short - the definitive dictionary of classical Latin.
- Graesse, Orbis Latinus - a dictionary of Latin place names.
- Catholic Encyclopedia - the older, and sometimes more useful, 1908-14, edition online.
Dates and Dating Issues
- The English Calendar - an online concordance of dates developed by Ian McInnes.
- The National Archives, the organisation that now combines the Historical Manuscripts Commission and the Public Record Office as a 'single national resource for British history'.
- Note esp. the National Archives Palaeography Tutorial, an excellent starting point.
- British Library - Illuminated MSS Catalogue.
- Early Manuscripts at Oxford University - online reproductions of key manuscripts.
- Images of Medieval Manuscripts at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook
- The St Alban's Psalter - an exemplary online facsimile edition of one of the most intriguing twelfth-century manuscripts.
- Maps of John Speed - maps of English towns and cities produced by John Speed (1552-1629.
Castles and Warfare
- Castles of Wales - virtual tours around Welsh medieval castles
- Timeref.org - 3D reconstructions of castles
- Castles of Britain
- Military History Society
- Medieval Warfare
The Cult of Saints