Byzantium Studies on the Internet
Glossary of Castle Terms (in case you're going to build one ... you have to know the proper placement of those murder holes.)
The Internet Medieval Sourcebook contains full-text documents about various aspects of Medieval history.
The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies Sponsored by Georgetown University.
The Middle Ages covers feudal life, religion, arts, entertainment, and more.
NetSERF (get it? hee!) Internet Connection for Medieval Resources has links to every topic you can think of: architecture, religion, art, literature, every day life, and more. This site is amazing.
Art, Music, Drama, Literature
(see also Women, below)
An Anthology of Medieval Literature, 1350 - 1485
Medieval Drama Links is, yeah, about drama, but also has terrific links to information about costumes, music, dance, and more history links. The author of the site has done a lot of work!
Women in the Middle Ages
Dominion and Domination of the Gentle Sex: The Lives of Medieval Women from ThinkQuest.
Women Artists of the Middle Ages (a short article)
Women Writers of the Middle Ages
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