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The Early Middle Ages: The Birth of Europe
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General Research Resources

Part 1: The Early Middle Ages: The Birth of Europe

Students who wish to pursue further research into the cultures covered in Part I should keep in mind that the Internet has not replaced books as the primary source for information. A lot of information is available on the net, but not all of it is of the highest quality.

General Research Resources

  • The Ancient World Web
    One of the best listings of websites to do with the ancient world.
  • About.com: Ancient World
    A commercial service whose Internet guides are sometimes very good indeed.
  • Google
    Google's search methodology makes it the best for research. Currently it offers the most coverage of the major search engines.
  • Exploring Ancient World Cultures
    Although this began as an "online textbook," it has evolved into something more useful, with major indices of online articles, art, and resources, organized into regional/chronological guides.
  • Internet Ancient History Sourcebook
    Lists, where known, all major online texts in a series of annotated index pages.
  • Internet Medieval Sourcebook
    Lists, where known, all major online texts in a series of annotated index pages.
  • ORB: Online Resource Book for Medieval Studies
  • Creative Impulse: Medieval Page
    A guide to Internet resources on the Middle Ages
  • Encyclopedia.com
    Less extensive than Britannica, this electronic version of the Concise Columbia Encyclopedia can still be a very useful way to check small details, dates, and so forth.Greece in General
  • The Perseus Project
    One of the best sites on the net -- a major resource for anyone interested in classical cultures.