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Al-Islam is one of the more comprehensive Internet site presently available on Islamic culture and religion.
AllRefer reference: Polish history, biographies encyclopedia
The Web Site "AllRefer reference: Polish history, biographies encyclopedia" is part of a huge online encyclopedia, licensed from Columbia University Press. This section contains biographies and articles on famous figures from Polish history.
The Anglo-Saxon Culture web site from Georgetown University acts as a gateway to sites relating to Anglo-Saxon Art and Architecture, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts, Journals and Scholarly Publications and Old English teaching resources.
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection research links and publications.
An index of nearly 1,000 maps dating from 6000 BC to 1800 CE in the personal collection of the site's compiler, J. Siebold.
Centre for medieval studies, University of York
The Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York is one of the UK's largest interdisciplinary centres for research into the Medieval period. Their web site introduces the centre and the courses they run.
Civilizations in America
Civilizations in America is a web site describing the major urbanised peoples of Mesoamerica and South America before the arrival of the Europeans.
De Re Militari
The web site of De Re Militari (the Society for Medieval Military History) makes available a collection of full text articles, both specially commissioned and reproduced from scholarly journals, together with selected chapters from monographs and postgraduate dissertations.
Early British kingdoms site
This is an excellent web site concerned with Britain in the post-Roman age, during the period known as the Dark Ages.
East, central and south-eastern Europe to 1772
The Web Site "East, central and south-eastern Europe to 1772" is an excellent, illustrated resource which provides a set of study notes on the history of the area from 500 CE to 1772.
European middle ages
The 'European Middle Ages' web site actually begins by locating the prehistoric origins of the European peoples: the Beaker People, and the Indo-European Battleaxe people that eventually came to dominate the continent.
Historical maps from the University of Texas provides access to hundreds of historical maps from around the world.
History of France: Primary Documents
The History of France: primary documents site provides links to over sixty documents relating to French history from the ninth century to the present day.