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* Basic Research Tools for Medieval History

URL: http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/byzantium/texts/basicma.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 06 March 2011
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* Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations

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* Documents from the Arxiu Capitular of Vic
Examples include "1131 -- Seguinus pledges a vineyard to the Knights Hospitaller, 1168 -- Agreement over lands in Taradell, 1170 -- Will of Guillem de Llu├ža"

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* "The Frontier in Medieval History" by Charles J. Bishko
"If the Middle Ages are the basic formative period of modern European history, they are no less the foundation of American history. Yet the increasingly numerous and important contributions being made to medieval historical- studies by American scholars tend to parallel or supplement European research; and there has been relatively little in the way of subject, approach or interpretation in medieval historical studies in this country that might be called distinctively American."

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* Vortigern Studies
"Vortigern Studies is dedicated to the study of the period between the Roman occupation of Britain and the Early Middle Ages. Vortigern Studies is mainly concerned with the person of Vortigern and his role in theevents that brought about the changes from Roman Britain to Saxon England."

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* Worlds of Late Antiquity
"This is a home page for miscellaneous materials relating to the culture of the Mediterranean world in late antiquity (roughly 200-700 C.E.). Some of it is organized for the benefit of instruction and there will be from time to time links of interest principally to my students, but there are also substantial materials of general interest. This page prepared and maintained by James J. O'Donnell (jod@georgetown.edu.)"

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