The site offers texts of troubadour songs.
This site, entitled Ménestrel, offers wide-ranging,
world-wide information about the Internet for medievalists.
Acccording to the editors, it is dedicated to the selection
and critical appraisal of WWW (notably European) resources.
First created in 1998.
A comprehensive site offering free, organized access
to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World
Wide Web server at Georgetown University. The Labyrinth's
easy-to-use menus and links provide connections to databases,
services, texts, and images on other servers around the
world. Each user will be able to find an Ariadne's thread
through the maze of information on the Web. The Labyrinth
project is open-ended and is designed to grow and change
with new developments in technology and in medieval studies.
PhiloBiblon is a bio-bibliographical database management
system designed to catalog primary vernacular sources of
medieval Iberian culture, both manuscript and printed, along
with relevant secondary bibliography and authority files
for persons, places, and institutions mentioned in the database.
Online Resource Book for Medieval Studies is a cooperative
effort to establish an online textbook source with articles
by a diversity of contributors.
Home page of the International Machaut Society.
The web's largest reference for European Medieval and Renaissance
music since 1994. See especially:
This page is offered as part of a larger site maintained
by the William and Gayle Cook Music Library, Indiana University.
Web site set up by John Dagenais
University of California, Los Angeles
Professor of Spanish
Medieval Studies at Mount Holyoke College.
Five College Medieval Studies.