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Bibliography of Late Antiquity for Students 
Religious, Political, Economic and Artistic Contexts For the York Corpus Christi Plays (Dennis G. Jerz, Seton Hill U.)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Medieval Europe (Anthony F. Beavers, U. Evansville)
Michelle Ziegler Early Medieval Resources ("This page is devoted to the study of the Early Medieval Britain, Ireland, and Brittany, defined here as the period from the end of Roman Britain c400 to the first Viking attack on Britain in 793 AD.")
Fifteenth-Century Life: An Annotated Bibliography (list arranged by topics) (Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies)
U. Kansas Resources for Medieval Study (arranged to let the user choose between topical or geographic rubrics)
Medieval Cultural Studies: A Basic Reading List (Martin Irvine, Georgetown U., and Michael Uebel, U. Virginia)
Internet Medieval Sourcebook (extensive medieval cultural resource site with broad and deep coverage)(Paul Halsall; Fordham U.)
The Medieval World (extensive bank of links; includes timelines, maps,texts)(HistoryTeacher.net)
Montclair Medieval Literature and History Page (links to numerous sites for primary and secondary texts) (Grover Furr, Montclair State U., NJ)
NetSerf (very large well-developed site; categories include architecture, science, women, law, music, art,etc.)(Catholic U. of America)
United Kingdom--Early History (primary documents from Antiquity through 1065)
Worlds of Late Antiquity 

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