The resource list below categorizes some useful Medieval-specific sites, collections, and publications. Most sources, however, contain a variety of material types. So, read descriptions to understand the sorts of information each collection offers.
Complete and unabridged online edition of print Brill encyclopedias: Brill's Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages, Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage, Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle, Encyclopaedia of Medieval Dress and Textiles of the British Isles c. 450-1450.
Page includes explanatory articles as well as digitized illuminated manuscripts, allowing visitors to examine "social history in the Middle Ages...revealing the everyday lives of people across the social spectrum."
Expert recommendations on the best works available in each discipline; from a chapter, a book, a journal article, a website, an archive, or data set. Each article includes an introduction written by a top scholar in the field. Covers European and Mediterranean civilization from the 4th to the 15th centuries.
Interdisciplinary bibliography of the Middle Ages, covering Europe, the Middle East and North Africa from the period 400-1500. The database comprises over 300,000 articles from over 4500 periodicals and 5000 miscellany.
A widely scattered collection of original medieval manuscripts that describe travel - real and imaginary - in the Middle Ages. Also contains translations and supporting materials, maps showing the routes of the travellers, and introductory essays by leading scholars.
A resource for the study of Britain and its place in the world during the medieval and early modern period (c. 1100-1800). Combines the key printed sources for English, Irish, Scottish and Colonial history with original manuscripts and the latest web technologies.
Project of the Medieval Academy of America--"The project aims to provide access to websites that contain content of interest to medievalists and meet the Academy’s scholarly and technical standards of web presentation"
"Books of Hours, one specimen in the history of Illuminated Manuscripts, exhibit a vivid interplay between image and text. Washington University Libraries Department of Special Collections holdings of ten fifteenth-century French and Flemish Books of Hours offer a glimpse into this popular medieval genre."