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    Medieval SitesThis privately maintained site is a long list of links to websites relevant to medieval studies, including literature, art, music, and dozens of sources.

    Links to Medieval Resources including art, science, and religion.

    Middle Ages on the History Channel
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    Internet Medieval Sourcebook
    Developed by Paul Hallsall at Fordham, the aim of this resource is to provide teachers and students of Medieval history with an online collection of historical documents in translation

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    Medieval and Renaissance Food
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    Facts and information about the Medieval period


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