Science (general) / History


Preservation of Internet Resources for Archeology and History.

Creative Impulse

The Artist's view of World History and Western Civilization 

Prehistory | Mesopotamia | Egypt | India | China | Greece | Rome | Byzantine and Islamic | Medieval PageRenaissance | Exploration | Baroque | Enlightenment | Revolutions | Industry | Modern | RecentHistory  | References and Resources | The Arts  Reference and Resources | History from A to Z

EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe

Selected Transcriptions, Facsimiles and Translations

Medieval & Renaissance Europe | Europe as a Supranational Region



San Marino
United Kingdom
Vatican City

Earthlore's Harbor of Journeys

Exploring the legacies, discovering the contemporary relevance of cultural history:

Gothic Dreams: Cathedrals | Ireland | Mythic World | The Lore of Astrology | The Mystery of Lost Histories |


An electronic publishing project for the study of the history and culture of the Ancient Near East


Genealogy and Family History Internet Web Directory

Scholarly Family History Site of World Wide Internet Resources

World Wide



North America


United States

Central & South


Asia & The Pacific

Heritage Conservation | Historic Preservation Index (old address)

Endeavours to provide a range of current information useful to conservators, curators and anyone else concerned with the care of heritage material, sites and structures.

Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material
Bibliographic resources | Information webs | Cultural objects | Library collections | Private collections
Service providers | Digital preservation | Directories | Disaster response | Ethics & policies
Historic sites & structures | Laboratories & departments | News & events
Newsgroups & publications | Organisations | Fact sheets | Search engines | Training & employment


This site is intended for use by students, educators and history buffs. All resources and links to this site have been previewed for quality of academic content.

African American | Ancient World | Asian | Current Events | Documents | Latin American | Medieval & Renaissance | Modern World  | News and Sports | U.S. History | War and Military | Rock & Roll | Search.


Institute of Historical Research: History On-line

By the University of London, are full descriptions available for the majority of web sites included in this resource, enabling you easily and quickly to assess their relevance and the nature of their content. The history web sites can be browsed according to:

Type of History | Geographical Area | Time Period | Type of Resource


Internet Resources in History

Preservation of Internet Resources for Archeology and History.

Internet Tutorials (University of Albany Libraries) |Biography searchable database (A&E Television Networks) | Syllabus Finder (Center for History and New Media, George Mason University) | Book Information on the Internet | Internet Search Tools | Social Science Sites | Social Science Data and Databases | Social Welfare Related Information | Political Science Resources | Government and Non-Profit Sites | International Studies and International Sites | History Gopher and WWW Sites | Historical Journals On-Line | Internet Mailing Lists in History | History Sites by Subject | History Sites by Time Period | Lesson Plans for History


The Internet Connection for Midieval Resources

Archaeology | Architecture | Art | Arthuriana | Civilizations | Culture | Drama |  Plays | History | Law | Literature | Music | People | Philosophy | Religion | Science and Technology | Women | Research Center Newsgroups | Syllabi |

Non-Western History

From the Social studies sciool service

Asia/Pacific | Central/South America | China/Japan | Africa | Middle East | India | General/Cross-Cultural

The Germanic Heritage Page

The term Germanic refers to those peoples descended from speakers of Proto-Germanic, the ancestor of the modern Scandinavian languages as well as English, German and Dutch. In ancient times the Germanic peoples shared a common culture and religion. Anyone who speaks a Germanic language has a cultural, if not genetic, heritage which goes back to the heathen barbarians of Northern Europe. This page is intended as a resource for modern heathens and for anyone interested in medieval and pre-Christian Germanic languages, literature, culture, mythology, and religion.

Folklore and Mythology | Histroy and Culture | Teutonic amusement | Language and Literature | Runelore | Heathen Religion

The History of Education and Childhood

A wide collection of links to online information about the history of education and childhood. They also offer their own on-site content: selected source texts, articles, bibliographies, and more.

Content | New | The Best | Search | Help

The Labyrinth

Resources for Medieval Studies (Sponsored by Georgetown University )

Unlike the domus Daedali, the Labyrinth is designed with clear paths. You will have Ariadne's Thread to follow as you explore the innumeras vias. 

The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies

ORB Online Encyclopedia

Old English: A Guide to Online Resources

Topical Index: Early | High | Late | Slavic/Russian | Religion | Culture

The Patrin - Romani (Gypsy) Culture and History

Dedicated to Romani (Gypsy) culture and history and to extending awareness of the continuous Roma struggle to achieve and maintain dignity and freedom. Patrin is a learning resource and information centre about Romani culture, social issues, and current events.

About Patrin | Introduction to Patrin | A Brief History of the Roma | Timeline of Romani History |The Pariah Syndrome by Ian Hancock | Romani Customs and Traditions | Roma in Culture and the Arts | Roma in the Holocaust | Roma Organisations | Romani Anthem | Romani Rights | Romani News | Further Reading | Glossary | Links |

Articles by Country  | Acknowledgments |Honours and Awards | Reciprocal Links | Mailing List | Guestbook | Feedback | Contacts | Site Map | Privacy Policy | Internet Resources | Support Romani Rights Now!

Victoria Research Web

Scholarly Resources for Victorian Research

The VRW is dedicated to the scholarly study of nineteenth-century Britain, and to aiding researchers, teachers, and students in their investigations of any and all aspects of this fascinating period. English literature, European history.

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