The Amiens Cathedral Project
THE MOST IMPRESSIVE USE OF COMPUTERS AND MEDIEVAL STUDIES. Honest and for true. Bar none. Go there.
The Labyrinth - Resources for Medieval Studies
The Medieval Review
-- an essential! Online, searchable reviews of current
literature in every field of medieval studies. Great place to
start your research projects.
Medieval Art and Architecture
mainly France and Britain, mainly from the collection of Alison Stones, a professor at Pitt. Other folks are contributing, too. Nice interfaces. But the best part follows below:
The PICTORIAL GLOSSARY of Medieval Art and Architecture -- from medart at pitt.edu
This wonderful resource uses frames and highlighted line drawings to illustrate the terminology of medieval art and architecture. They have gone through public domain architectural diagrams and highlighted the parts being illustrated. Very handy!
The Ecole Initiative
A hypertext encyclopedia of Early Church History on the World Wide Web. It died. Sad.
The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
"ORB is an academic site, written and maintained by medieval scholars for the benefit of their fellow instructors and serious students. All articles have been judged by at least two peer reviewers. Authors are held to high standards of accuracy, currency, and relevance to the field of medieval studies."
The Internet Medieval Sourcebook
More public domain Medieval sources than you can shake a stick at - and links to related sites for Classica, Islamic, and other areas.
The Catholic Encyclopedia
The best source for SAINTS' LIVES, classic approaches to theology, and history of heresies online. This is the old (1917) Catholic Encyclopedia.
Search the Bible
This page allows you to search a number of common versions of Scriptures in an array of languages -- just what you need to find that miracle scene!
Early Church Documents
Downloadable documents from the Patristic Period
Students ask if there are still monks and nuns -- the answer is "yes, and you should see their web pages." The tradition of the scriptorium is alive and well.
My own creation!
The Splendors of Christendom
Many links to ecclesiastical art and architecture pages.
Symbols in Christian Art and Architecture
AN ONLINE SEARCHABLE INDEX TO CHRISTIAN SYMBOLS!