Geographical Regions

Byzantium and Balkans

Byzantine Text of John
An electronic edition of the Gospel according to John in the Byzantine tradition.

Byzantium: The Byzantine Studies Page
Resources for Byzantine Studies online, from Fordham University. Information about conferences, teaching resources, academic programmes, secondary and primary texts, images, and music.

Dumbarton Oaks’ Byzantine Studies
Contains information about conferences, the Dumbarton Oaks collection (with selected images), fellowships, research library facilities and catalogue, publications, the Dumbarton Oaks Hagiography Database of the 8th-10th Century, and related internet links.

Dumbarton Oaks Electronic Texts
Selected Dumbarton Oaks publications are being presented on the web in an effort to increase access to the material. The full text and illustrations are available using Acrobat Reader. Single copies may be printed for individual use.

Prosopography of the Byzantine World
This online database aims to provide a complete prosopography for the Byzantine world in the eleventh and twelfth centuries (c. 1025-1180), continuing chronologically the scope of the PmBZ.

Prosopography of the Middle Byzantine Period
The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of sciences and humanities project “Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit (= PmbZ)” (Prosopography of the Middle-Byzantine Period) aims to create a biographical dictionary for all people who lived in the Byzantine Empire between 641AD and 1025AD or were in contact with the Empire and are mentioned in the sources of that period. The individual articles offer the reader a summary of a person’s biography (where possible) and state all sources pertaining to this person. For technical reasons, the period covered by the PmbZ was divided into two sections (“Abteilungen”): the first running from 641 to 867, the second from 867 to 1025.

Suda Online
The Suda is a massive 10th century Byzantine Greek historical encyclopedia of the ancient Mediterranean world, derived from the scholia to critical editions of canonical works and from compilations by yet earlier authors. The purpose of the Suda On Line is to make this information available by means of a freely accessible, keyword-searchable, XML-encoded database with translations, annotations, bibliography, and automatically generated links to a number of other important electronic resources. Users can browse and search the database of translated entries. Individuals are also welcome to apply to become contributors, either as translators or editors (or both).

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) is a research center at the University of California, Irvine. Founded in 1972, the TLG has collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era.

Central and Eastern Europe

Ancient Inscriptions of the Northern Black Sea
IOSPE is an international collaborative project operating under the aegis of the International Union of Academies since 2001. The aims of the project include a new study of all Ancient Greek and Latin inscriptions originating from the Northern Coast of the Black Sea; and publication of Russian and English critical editions of the inscriptions in print and digital formats. The region of the Northern Black Sea was home to numerous ancient Greek settlements from the third quarter of the 7th century BCE until the fall of Constantinople in 1453 CE. Inscriptiones antiquae Orae Septentrionalis Ponti Euxini graecae et latinae (IOSPE) was the title of the first corpus of ancient inscriptions from the Northern Coast of the Black Sea published in 1885-1901 by Vasilii Latyshev. This title is retained for reasons of conceptual and bibliographic continuity.

Centrum Medievistických Studií
Links to Czech medieval sources online.

Medieval Hungary
Introductory research guide to the art of the medieval kingdom of Hungary. Contains links to online resources and digitised manuscripts.

Monumenta Poloniae Historica
Online digitised version of the MPH series.

Terre E Storie
This site is not the most intuitive to use, but it includes a map of medieval mermaid/siren sculptures found throughout Europe, in addition to a map of Venetian cities and fortresses in the Mediterranean; both include photographs. In addition, the site includes photographs of various medieval structures and sculptures, alongside descriptions of the material pictured. Descriptions and photographs of medieval places, buildings, and sculpture of interest from Croatia, France, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain, and Switzerland are included.

France

The ARTFL Project
Founded in 1982 as a result of a collaboration between the French government and the University of Chicago, the ARTFL Project is a consortium-based service that provides its members with access to North America’s largest collection of digitized French resources.

Base de Français Médiéval database
The Base de Français Médiéval database currently comprises 126 complete Old and Middle French texts. The volume and diversity of the texts included make the database unique in France for this period of French history. The texts included in the BFM cover a considerable geographic area and an extensive chronological breadth, with texts from the 9th century to the end of the 15th century. Both verse and prose texts are represented, as well as different genres and domains. The BFM is accessible free of charge for individual scholars, faculty and students.

French site

English site

The Bibliotheque Nationale de France
Website for the BN, with links to their manuscript collection along with a searchable database of iconographic elements.

Editions en ligne de l’Ecole des chartes
The Ecole des chartes has made available on the Internet several databases of their collections. Of interest to scholars of the Middle Ages and Early Modern period are: Le Cartulaire blanc de Saint-Denis, L’édit de Nantes et ses antécédents (1562-1598), Esprit des livres, and Estampes de l’Ecole des chartes.

The Gascon Rolls Project 1317-1468
The history of Plantagenet government, its nature, exercise and legacy, in the overseas possessions held by the English kings as dukes of Aquitaine in south-west France during the Middle Ages (1154-1453) has attracted a considerable body of scholarly publication and interest. The published primary sources for its study are, however, very incomplete, full of gaps and of variable quality. The Gascon Rolls Project is an attempt to fill this gap by providing an online database, including regularly updated calendar editions of the rolls themselves.

International Medieval Society, Paris/Société Internationale des Médiévistes, Paris
Contains links to a range of materials for the study of medieval France and beyond.

Lives of the Saints. The Medieval French Hagiography Project 
Online database compiling Lives, manuscripts and saints of French history. The website is currently not working; the above link directs the user to a recent description of the project. This entry will be updated as soon as possible.

The Making of Charlemagne’s Europe 
The Making of Charlemagne’s Europe project is a database of prosopographical and socio-economic data found in the more than four thousand legal documents surviving from Charlemagne’s reign. It covers material from all areas that were ever part of Charlemagne’s empire, dating from 25 September 768 to 28 January 814 AD. The emphasis is on the extraction and systematic classification of data for maximum comparability between regions. This will make the valuable information on institutions, people, places and objects contained in charters and other legal documents more easily accessible to researchers via faceted browsing, search engine queries and a mapping tool.

The MARGOT website
This site offers electronic versions of French literary texts, including these projects, among others:
The Campsey Project. An electronic corpus of Anglo-Norman verse hagiography (1100-1400).
Debating the Roman de la rose: A Critical Anthology. Excerpts from the Roman de la rose in the original and in English translation.
Women Writers of the Ancien Régime. 

Medfrench
A software package created to prepare students for the study of medieval texts in Old French. Although it requires the knowledge of Modern French, the package is straightforward and easy to use, with grammatical and historical notes, and practice exercises.

Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts [UCLA Collection]
This site includes manuscripts and manuscript leaves, in scripts of the Latin alphabet, ranging from Carolingian minuscule to Burgundian letter and humanist script, written across Europe before 1600 and representing the Latin, Italian, German, Dutch, English, French, Spanish, and Czech languages. Types of manuscripts include liturgical works, collections of sermons and the florilegia used for sermon composition, confessionals and penitentials for pastoral care, vernacular literature such as romances and verse, business and administrative records, including Italian and French land records – charters, cartularies, terriers, and rent rolls dating from the late thirteenth century to the seventeenth.

Menestrel
Primary portal for French medieval studies on the web. Contains medieval sources in translation, as well as sites and images, with additional links to other medieval resources.

Richard II’s Treasure
The treasure roll of Richard II, compiled in 1398/9, offers a rare insight into the magnificence of a late medieval English king. The roll, unknown until it was rediscovered in the 1990s, describes in exceptional detail the crowns, jewels, and other precious objects belonging to the king and to his two queens, Anne of Bohemia and Isabelle of France. This website brings the treasure to life through images – of the roll, of Richard himself and of many exquisite objects.

Terre E Storie
This site is not the most intuitive to use, but it includes a map of medieval mermaid/siren sculptures found throughout Europe, in addition to a map of Venetian cities and fortresses in the Mediterranean; both include photographs. In addition, the site includes photographs of various medieval structures and sculptures, alongside descriptions of the material pictured. Descriptions and photographs of medieval places, buildings, and sculpture of interest from Croatia, France, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain, and Switzerland are included.

Université Rennes 2 Haute Bretagne, Centre d’Études des Textes Médiévaux
Contains information about the current research of the CETM, French translations of medieval texts, and links to other websites.

Germany

Deutsche Forschungsgmeinschaft
This is the website of Germany’s largest research funding organization.

Die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek 
Online version of the state library of Bavaria. There is a significant collection of medieval edited volumes, including most of the MGH (helpful in case the MGH is not working), as well as some manuscripts in pdf.

e-codices: Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland
This is follow-up project of CESG – Codices electronici Sangallenses (Digital Abbey Library of Saint Gall). It provides a single point of access for Swiss manuscripts on the internet, with high resolution digital images and over 2,263 manuscripts from 92 different collections. The site is being continually updated. There are manuscript descriptions and browse and search functions, and the site is accessible in German, French, Italian and English. The site is easy to use and understand, and the level of magnification is impressive.

Epigraphisches Forschungs- und Dokumentationszentrum
German-language website dedicated to epigraphy, or the study of inscriptions. ‘Epigraphica-europea’ in addition to information on the work of the Epigraphical Research and Documentation Centre (EFDZ) offers an introduction to epigraphy, a dictionary of epigraphical terminology and links to related sites on the web.

Hathaway Manuscripts [UCLA Collection]
Music manuscript fragments used in bindings. Copied in Switzerland, Germany and the Low Countries. Contents from Missal, Gradual, Hymnal, Breviary and Antiphonal.

International Society of Hildegard von Bingen Studies
Founded in 1983 by Professor Bruce Hozeski of Ball State University, the International Society of Hildegard von Bingen Studies is comprised of scholars and enthusiasts interested in the promotion of the twelfth-century magistra, visionary, theologian, composer, healer, artist, leader of women, and Saint and Doctor of the Church. The purpose of the society is to promote the study, criticism, research and exchange of ideas related to all aspects of Hildegard von Bingen’s work.

Internationalen Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur (IASL)
Main source for book reviews, broadly useful but not specifically medieval.

The Making of Charlemagne’s Europe
The Making of Charlemagne’s Europe project is a database of prosopographical and socio-economic data found in the more than four thousand legal documents surviving from Charlemagne’s reign. It covers material from all areas that were ever part of Charlemagne’s empire, dating from 25 September 768 to 28 January 814 AD. The emphasis is on the extraction and systematic classification of data for maximum comparability between regions. This will make the valuable information on institutions, people, places and objects contained in charters and other legal documents more easily accessible to researcher via faceted browsing, search engine queries and a mapping tool.

Mediaevum
Primary portal for German medieval studies online. Primary texts, teaching tools, bibliographic information, and links to specific websites on a range of disciplines.

The Medingen Manuscripts
This project will virtually bring together the scattered late medieval library of the Cistercian nunnery of Medingen. Between the internal reform of the convent in 1477 and the advent of the Lutheran Reformation in the neighbouring town Lüneburg in 1526, the Medingen scriptorium developed into a major source of Latin and Middle Low German prayer-books. The nuns produced an astonishing wealth of illuminated manuscripts in which they expanded the Latin liturgy with vernacular prayers, lay-songs and meditations – for themselves as well as for the noblewomen of the neighbouring town. Features of the database include an introduction, bibliography, list of sigla, and short descriptions of the manuscripts.

Monumenta Germaniae Historica
Institute of research into the European Middle Ages, based in Munich. Contains links to a digital version of the Monumenta Germaniae Historica.

Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft e.V
The Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft is an international association of medievalists.
Goals: Research in the culture of the European Late Middle Ages.
Special focus: Oswald von Wolkenstein (ca 1376/77-1445), knight and courtly singer, one of the foremost poets of German literature. The fifteenth-century South Tyrolean nobleman, Oswald von Wolkenstein, is now recognized by a growing number of critics as the most talented poet of his age, a genius capable of imbuing traditional literary forms with new content and fresh vigor.

Perspicuitas
Online journal of medieval language, literature and cultural studies.

University Library, Karlsruhe – Online Catalogue
For bibliographical searches in the German-speaking world, not specifically medieval.

Ireland

CELT – the online resource of Irish history, literature and politics
Texts in Irish, Latin, Anglo-Norman French, and English are presented in immediately usable form and accompanied by introductions, translations (where possible and necessary), and scholarly bibliographies. Images will be an integral part of text presentation and texts will be accompanied, where useful and possible, by graphics, maps, line-drawings etc.

Celtic Inscribed Stones Project
CISP is undertaking a collaborative, interdisciplinary study of Medieval Celtic inscriptions. One of its main objectives is the compilation of an accessible, comprehensive and authoritative database of all known inscriptions. By bringing this material together in one place and making it readily available our goal is to turn what is a largely untapped resource into usable material. The scope of the project is the Celtic-speaking regions of the early middle ages, (Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Brittany, the Isle of Man, and parts of western England, in the period approximately AD 400-1100). Included are all stone monuments inscribed with text, whether in the Celtic vernacular or Latin, in the Roman alphabet or ogham (but excluding runic inscriptions). This site and database are easy to use, with plenty of explanatory material and even a downloadable PDF manual for more detailed information on the database. It is possible to browse indexes of the sites of stones, the names of the stones, indexes of the personal names mentioned in inscriptions and maps of the sites. The database also allows inscription (and more complex) searches. In general this is a very useful site; users should note however, that the site is no longer maintained, as the project is completed.

The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland
The aim of the project – still in progress – is to photograph and record all surviving Romanesque sculpture. To do this, volunteer fieldworkers describe, measure and photograph Romanesque sites. The project editors convert the raw materials of their research into an electronic archive. Church plans, generously made available by the Church Plans Online project, are included where available as an additional visual aid.

TOEBI: Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland
The webpage of TOEBI, the professional organisation of Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland. The organisation aims to promote and support the teaching of Old English in British and Irish Universities, and to raise the profile of the Old English language, Old English literature and Anglo-Saxon England in the public eye. The website contains information on joining TOEBI, details on meetings and conferences, and a good Anglo-Saxon links/resources webpage.

Italy

Dante Online
General website on Dante, run by Societa Dantesca Italiana. The website includes online texts of Dante’s works; information on his life and the manuscripts of his works; and an analytical and classified bibliography of the studies on Dante.

Codice Diplomatico della Lombardia medievale
The Diplomatic Code of Medieval Lombardy is a collection of papers and diplomas written in and for the area of the Lombard kingdom in the Middle Ages; the documentary heritage of this period is notoriously vast and dispersed, and this project provides a searchable database of sources relating to this period, in an effort to fill scholarship gaps.

Instituto Storico Italiana per il Medioevo
Contains link to the Repertorium Fontium Historiae Medii Aevi.

The Leeds Centre for Dante Studies Podcast
The Centre for Dante Studies, University of Leeds runs a podcast, which can be subscribed to freely from anywhere in the world. The podcast is designed both to enrich the undergraduate study of Dante, and to be of interest to a broader audience. The Leeds Dante podcast offers regular short items on three major areas: a series of brief commentaries on short passages selected from the Commedia; interviews with scholars about their recent work on Dante; and reviews of recent publications of interest in Dante studies.

Medievo Italiano Project
The Medieval Italian Project is a cultural association constituted by diverse Medieval scholars, which promotes and produces events of cultural significance pertaining to the Middle Ages, and more generally about Italian history. While preferring, from the point of view of professional, technical and scientific communication, new media technologies and professional activities, plenty of space is allotted to traditional methods of dissemination and communication. The MIP aims to promote initiatives aimed at spreading knowledge of the medieval period in Italy (5-15th centuries AD), supporting in particular progress in the study of medieval history and its exploitation in the scientific, civil, and academic realms through the media.

Reti Medievali
Primary portal for Italian medieval studies on the web. Available in English, German, Italian and French, it contains links to medieval sources (in Latin), encyclopedia-style entries designed for teaching (in Italian), as well as information on current research and journal publications.

Otfried Lieberknecht’s Webpage for Dante Studies
Starting point for research on Dante, with links to both primary and secondary source material available in a searchable, online format.

Terre E Storie
This site is not the most intuitive to use, but it includes a map of medieval mermaid/siren sculptures found throughout Europe, in addition to a map of Venetian cities and fortresses in the Mediterranean; both include photographs. In addition, the site includes photographs of various medieval structures and sculptures, alongside descriptions of the material pictured. Descriptions and photographs of medieval places, buildings, and sculpture of interest from Croatia, France, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain, and Switzerland are included.

Mediterranean, North Africa and the Middle East

Arabian Humanities International Journal 
Arabian Humanities is the continuation of the earlier Chroniques yéménites journal, published by the French Center for Archaeology and Social Sciences in Sanaa (CEFAS) from 1993. It broadens its scope to the entire Arabian Peninsula, and is now resolutely oriented towards international research networks. Arabian Humanities is a peer-reviewed journal. It is multilingual (articles published in French, English or Arabic, with abstracts in the two other languages), and freely available on the internet. Arabian Humanities intends, through biennial issues, to cover all areas of the humanities from prehistory to contemporary societies in the Arabian Peninsula. Constructed around a specific theme, each issue will also include independent articles and book reviews on the latest publications on the Arabian Peninsula appearing in European languages and Arabic.

Jewish Virtual Library – Jerusalem 
Comprehensive source for primary and secondary sources concerning the history of Jerusalem, based on the National Archives of Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the collections of Al-Quds University, Jerusalem.

Kingdoms of Medieval Sudan
This website provides an electronic exploration of the history of the African states of Songhay, Kanem-Bornu, and Hausaland. ‘Kingdoms’ is a component of ‘Sacred and Secular in the African Americas’, an electronic project devoted to the African American humanities, and produced at Xavier University of Louisiana with the generous support of the Andrew Mellon Foundation.

Medicine in Medieval Egypt
Online exhibition hosted by Cambridge University Library of the medical material preserved in the Cairo Genizah, including a search function. Material in Hebrew, Arabic, and Judaeo-Arabic. The fragments are dated from the tenth to the thirteenth centuries.

The Mediterranean Seminar 
The Mediterranean Seminar is based at the University of Colorado at Boulder, with administrative support provided by the Religious Studies Department. The Seminar sponsors a range of activities and programs related to the study (both research and teaching) of the Mediterranean as a region, with an emphasis on the Pre- and Early Modern periods. The  Seminar is dedicated to the study of Mediterranean societies and cultures and their role in World History and the History of “the West.” Located at the intersection of three continents, the premodern Mediterranean was a shared environment characterized by tremendous ethnic and religious diversity and by the intensity of cultural, economic, and political exchange. Among Africans, Asians, and Europeans, Christians, Muslims, and Jews, and others, both conflict and peaceful communication encouraged acculturation and spurred innovations that transformed the societies of the Mediterranean and their continental neighbors. Though because of the dominance of modern national paradigms, the weight of teleological historical traditions, and assumptions about the rigidity of ecumenical divisions, the premodern Mediterranean is frequently regarded as an anomaly, it was central to the historical developments and cultural transformations that produced Modernity. The Mediterranean Seminar sponsors a diverse range of scholarly activities and provides a forum for scholarly exchange and dialogue, as well as space for collaboration across the world. These exchanges are designed to facilitate investigation into the character of the Mediterranean as a region and its role in history.

Terre E Storie
This site is not the most intuitive to use, but it includes a map of medieval mermaid/siren sculptures found throughout Europe, in addition to a map of Venetian cities and fortresses in the Mediterranean; both include photographs. In addition, the site includes photographs of various medieval structures and sculptures, alongside descriptions of the material pictured. Descriptions and photographs of medieval places, buildings, and sculpture of interest from Croatia, France, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain, and Switzerland are included.

Russia

Khazaria 
A Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine.

Medieval Russia Links and Resources
List of links and resources for the study of Russian history, from the University of Cambridge’s Slavonic Studies programme; this source is not specifically medieval, but many of the links could be helpful.

Scandinavia

Database of Nordic Neo-Latin Literature
A searchable database of Latin-language literature from Scandinavia.

Dictionary of Old Norse Prose
The Dictionary of Old Norse Prose provides comprehensive access via an extensive wordlist to edited dictionary entries and citations accompanied by scanned slips and texts.

Saganet
This website contains images of works of Old Icelandic literature – page by page, manuscript and printed, dating from the 13th century through the year 1900. These works include the entire range of Icelandic family sagas. They also include a very large portion of Germanic/Nordic mythology (the Eddas), history of Norwegian kings, contemporary sagas and tales from the European age of chivalry. A great number of manuscripts contain Icelandic ballads, poetry or epigrams.

The Skaldic Project – Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages
An international project to edit the corpus of medieval Norse-Icelandic skaldic poetry, with a searchable database.

Viking Society Web Publications
Downloadable versions of all publications from the Viking Society for Northern Research from its inception in 1893 to the present. Includes the Dorothea Coke Memorial Lectures, the Saga-Book, A New Introduction to Old Norse, editions and translations of primary texts, and more. Note recent titles may not be released until five years from the date of publication.

Spain and Portugal

Álbum de copistas de manuscritos griegos en España
The project by the Seminario para el estudio de los manuscritos griegos en España (SEMGE) at the Department of Greek Philology and Indoeuropean Linguistics of the Complutense University, Madrid, offers high resolution samples for identified scribes of Greek manuscripts in Spain. This collection is intended as a resource for palaeographers, codicologists, and text critics, as well as an aid to identify scribes of insigned Greek manuscripts.

Arnau D. Corpus digial d’Arnau de Vilanova
Showcasing the work of major medieval Catalan physician, Arnau de Vilanova.

Construïm Història
Historiographical database of Medieval and early Modern documents from the region of modern-day Catalonia.

DVCTVS: National Papyrological Funds 
DVCTVS is the result of the co-operation of the four institutions which in June 2009 signed an agreement with the purpose of promoting the study of the two most important papyrological collections in Spain. The Universitat Pompeu Fabra, the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, the Abadia de Montserrat and the Companyia de Jesús in Catalonia joined their efforts in order to support scientific work on the papyrological finds of Montserrat and those in the Palau-Ribes collection, housed at the Arxiu Històric de la Companyia de Jesús a Catalunya. DVCTVS is nonetheless born with the intention to host all papyrological finds in Spain. The project, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, intends to include the whole of the papyrological material available, which both public and private institutions, and individuals, may wish to study.

Hispana
The books and maps of the American, Sephardic and Naval Museums have been added to the Virtual Library of Bibliographical Heritage (BVPB). The BVPB is a cooperative project of the Ministry of Culture of Spain and the Autonomous Regions which aims to make printed material and manuscripts from Spain’s historical heritage accessible.

Islamic Manuscripts Collection at the University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor
This site is part of an ongoing project to fully catalogue the Islamic Manuscripts Collection at the University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The manuscripts are being digitized with their digital versions appearing in the HathiTrust Digital Library (HTDL). The site invites users to examine the digitized manuscripts and compare the results of their analysis against the existing descriptive information, to improve the descriptive information and catalogue.

The Cantigas de Santa Maria
General online resource for the study of the cantigas, with images from facsimiles, transcriptions, and related links.

The Library of Iberian Resources Online
A joint project of the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain and the University of Central Arkansas, its book list is principally drawn from recent, but out-of-print university press monographs. In addition, the collection includes a number of basic texts and sources in translation. These are presented in full-text format and reproduce all the matter included in the original print version. The collection focuses upon peninsular history from the fifth to the seventeenth centuries.

Sciencia.cat
This site provides the international academic community and the general public with access to a part of the Catalan historical heritage which is yet little known or studied: the scientific and technical works which circulated in the Catalan lanugage – either originals or translations from other languages – during the last centuries of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance (13th-16th c.).

Sociedad Española de Estudios Medievales 
This site provides a wealth of information, from regular bulletins, to issues of Medievalism Magazine, to offering various scholarships and events. In addition, a list of books and articles that can be accessed through membership to the Society is available to browse through.

PhiloBiblon
PhiloBiblon is a bio-bibliographical database of early texts produced in the Iberian Peninsula. Contains links to the Bibliografía Española de Textos Antiguos (BETA), Bibliografia de Textos Antigos Galegos e Portugueses (BITAGAP), and Bibliografia de Textos Catalans Antics (BITECA).

Terre E Storie
This site is not the most intuitive to use, but it includes a map of medieval mermaid/siren sculptures found throughout Europe, in addition to a map of Venetian cities and fortresses in the Mediterranean; both include photographs. In addition, the site includes photographs of various medieval structures and sculptures, alongside descriptions of the material pictured. Descriptions and photographs of medieval places, buildings, and sculpture of interest from Croatia, France, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain, and Switzerland are included.