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    Welcome to our on-line library, a tool for quick reference as well as in-depth research for players of TW games and mods.

    There are seven titles:
    1. General Resources
    2. Ancient
    3. Roman
    4. Sengoku Jidai
    5. Medieval
    6. Early Modern
    7. Napoleonic
    There are subtitles for Nations and Empires if relevant to the games. Every (sub)title has headings for Background, Warfare, Maps and Primary Sources.

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    Each link is accompanied by an indicator of the site's language(s) (colored orange), the name of the .org member who contributed it (in small print) and a summary description of content and host (in Italics).

    Some links are marked superb because they are worth visiting in their own right.

    Some links occur under several headings – that’s because they’re the best.


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    [center]Last checked on 20 November 2006





    [size=5][b]1. General Resources[/b][/size][/center]


    :bobby: [u]History Portals[/u]

    [url=http://www.history.ac.uk/search/welcome.html]History On-Line[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Meta-index of historical web sites by the Institute of Historical Research, University of London[/I]
    [url=http://www.besthistorysites.net/about.shtml]Best of History Web Sites[/url] [color=DarkOrange] en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of reliable sites by historian Thomas Daccord[/I]
    [url=http://geohistory.com]GeoWorld History[/url] [color=DarkOrange] en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Geopolitical database by International Affairs scholar Thomas Gilbert and software company GeoHistory[/I]
    [url=http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu]The Online Books Page[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of over 20,000 free books on the Web by University of Pennsylvania library[/I]
    [url=http://www.history-journals.de]The History Journals Guide[/url] [color=DarkOrange] en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Directory for journals and discussion lists by non-profit WWW Virtual Library[/I]
    [url=http://www.historynet.com/index.html]The History Net[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for scholars and students: searcheth, and thou shalt find many excellent articles[/i]

    :knight: [u]Military History[/u]

    [url=http://www.rickard.karoo.net/main.html]Military History Encyclopedia on the Web[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Tricky Lady[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line encyclopaedia with indices for wars, battles, sieges, treaties, weapons, biographies and global timeline[/I]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org]De Re Militari[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] index of resources for Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/awc-thry.htm]Military Theory, Theorists & Strategy[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by the United States Air War College[/i]
    [url=http://www.stratisc.org/index.html]Stratisc.org[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of academic resources on military history and strategy by the [/I]Commission Française d’Histoire Militaire
    [url=http://infos.aus-germanien.de/Liste_von_Schlachten]Liste von Schlachten[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Franconicus[/i][/size]
    [i]German Wikipedia resource with detailed battle descriptions from 500 b.C. to the present[/i]
    [url=http://www.militaryhistoryonline.com]Military History Online[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Adrian II[/i][/size]
    [i]Large site with articles and book reviews about mostly modern warfare by military author Brian Williams[/i]
    [url=http://www.amazonminiatures.com/youandwhosearmy/weapons.asp]Weapons Glossary[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [I]Amateur site by private company Amazon Miniatures[/I]
    [url=http://www.student.utwente.nl/~sagi/artikel]Archery Articles[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised articles from the [/i]Journal of the Society of Archer-Antiquaries
    [url=http://www.imh.org/imh/kyhpl1a.html]The Legacy of the Horse[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Equestrian history resource by the International Museum of the Horse[/I]

    :deal: [u]Timelines[/u]

    [url=http://www.rickard.karoo.net/periodframe.html]Military History Timeline[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Tricky Lady[/I][/size]
    [I]World chronology of war compiled by [/I]Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
    [url=http://www.warscholar.com/Timeline.html]A Military History Timeline[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]World chronology of war based on Kohn's [/I]Dictionary of Wars[I] (1968)[/I]

    :lost: [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/map_sites/hist_sites.html]Historical Map Web Sites[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Index maintained by Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas[/I]
    [url=http://www.maphistory.info]History of Cartography[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource by Tony Campbell, retired librarian British Library[/I]
    [url=http://www.tacitus.nu/historical-atlas/index.html]Tacitus Historical Atlas[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/sw[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]European Historical maps, population statistics and genealogical tables by Örjan Martinsson of Uppsala University[/i]

    :baby: [u]Genealogy[/u]

    [url=http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/GEDCOM.html]Royal and Noble Genealogical Data on the Web[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Tables and timelines for Western and Near Eastern royal and noble dynasties, caliphs, tsars, Popes and saints by computer scientist Brian Tompsett[/I]
    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/index3.htm]Almanach de la Cour[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for European Royalty, Nobility and Military Orders by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]
    [url=http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html]Regnal Chronologies[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Tables of rulers, dynasties and pretenders by group of dedicated amateurs[/i]
    [url=http://www.genealogylinks.net/gen-int.htm]World Genealogy Databases[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Wellington[/I][/size]
    [I]Links to genealogical tools by MyFamily.com, Inc., Utah[/I]

    :beatnik2: [u]Language & Etymology[/u]

    [url=http://www.omniglot.com/index.htm]Omniglot[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line guide to written languages of the world by language scholar and polyglot Simon Ager[/I]
    [url=http://indoeuro.bizland.com/index8.html]The Indo-European Database[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Khelvan[/I][/size]
    [I]Digital database of articles by enthusiasts on Indo-European linguistics, history, archaeology and culture[/I]
    [url=http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?l=s&p=26]Online Etymology Dictionary[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line English etymology dictionary compiled by historian Douglas Harper[/I]
    [url=http://www.lexilogos.com]Lexigologos[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Lexicology site by amateur Xavier Nègre with on-line dictionaries of world languages, toponymic sources, alphabet history and pronunciation keys[/I]

    :scholar: [u]Auxiliary Sciences[/u]

    [url=http://www.hyw.com/Books/WargamesHandbook/Contents.htm]The Complete Wargames Handbook[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Digitized version of 1992 classic by James F. Dunnigan[/I]
    [url=http://www.heraldica.org]Heraldica[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Heraldry portal by amateur François Velde[/I]
    [url=http://www.nahste.ac.uk]Navigational Aids for the History of Science, Technology & the Environment[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Searchable database hosted by University of Edinburgh, UK[/I]
    [url=http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL]The Online Medieval and Classic Library[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of Ancient and Medieval literary sources by amateur Douglas Killings[/I]
    [url=http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html]Art History Resources on the Web[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge index site by art historian Christopher Witcombe of Sweet Briar College, Virginia[/I]
    [url=http://salc.wsu.edu/fair%5Ff01/FS22/]Ancient Body Art[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]JohnCee[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line resource of Washington State University on the significance and interpretation of body art in ancient civilizations[/I]
    [url=http://www.symbols.com]SYMBOLS.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Adrian II[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line version of [/I]Thought Signs[I] (1995) by Swedish psychologist and political scientist Carl Liungman with word and graphic indices for 2500 Western signs and symbols[/I]
    [url=http://home.cogeco.ca/~cmns]Classical and Medieval Numismatic Society[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Educational site with specialist articles, links section and essays on forgery[/I]
    [url=http://www.pantheon.org]Encyclopedia Mythica[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line encyclopaedia of world mythology, legend and folklore with genealogical tables, image gallery and bestiary by amateur Micha Lindemans and friends[/I]
    [url=http://users.wpi.edu/~jforgeng/Metallurgy_and_Armoring.pdf]’The Works of Fire’[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Medieval metallurgy and armouring primer by Higgins Armory Museum, MA[/I]
    [url=http://www.manybooks.net/genre.php]Manybooks.net[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Quietus[/i][/size]
    [i]Matthew McClintock's collection of 11.000 ebooks, mainly taken from Project Gutenberg[/i]
    [url=http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/DicHist/dict.html]Dictionary of the History of Ideas[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Digitized version of [/I]The Dictionary of the History of Ideas[I] (1973-74) by Philip P. Wiener[/I]
    [url=http://scarab.msu.montana.edu/historybug/contents.htm]Insects, Disease and History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by entolomogists Gary Miller and Robert Peterson[/i]

    ~:cool: [u]Miscellaneous[/u]

    [url=http://www.odinscastle.org]Odin’s Castle of Dreams and Legends[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]ROCKHAMMER[/I][/size]
    [I]Highly personal archive of history and historical resources by nostalgic Paul Gwynn[/I]
    [url=http://stupidity.com/story1final/index.htm]The Story of Stupidity[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]’In every civilization, in every age, the historical record is replete with examples of stupidity..’ (James F Welles, Ph.D.)[/I]
    [url=http://www.pomian.demon.co.uk/pickup.htm]Medieval Pick-up Lines[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Been there, slain that.[/i]



    [center][size=5][b]2. Ancient[/b] :egypt: [/size][/center]


    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.livius.org/home.html]Livius – Articles on Ancient History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] collection of articles, references and primary sources by historian Jona Lendering[/I]
    [url=http://www.historyguide.org/ancient/ancient.html]Lectures on Ancient and Early Medieval Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Sound, old-fashioned lectures by historian Steven Kreis[/I]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/notes/oldking.htm]Index of Egyptian History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]
    [url=http://www.julen.net/ancient]Ancient World Web[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Index for all things Ancient by historian and information systems designer Julia Hayden[/I]
    [url=http://www.etana.org/abzu]Abzu Bibliography[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Search engine for articles and websites on the Ancient Near East by archivist Charles Jones of The Oriental Institute in Chicago[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battles_before_AD_601]List of Battles before a.D. 601[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurelian[/I][/size]
    [I]Wikipedia resource for Eurasian battles up to 601 a.D.[/I]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ancientwarfare.htm]De Re Militari[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Sources, resources and links for Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.slinging.org]Slinging.org[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on man's earliest ballistic weapon by dedicated re-enactors[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.studylight.org/se/maps]Bible Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lotar[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org[/I]
    [url=http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~atlas/europe/maps.html]Historical Atlas Resource - Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurelian[/I][/size]
    [I]Animated and interactive maps for Antiquity and Early Middle Ages at University of Oregon[/I]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html]Ancient Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Historical maps and battle diagrams from U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook.html]Internet Ancient History Sourcebook[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Basileus[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of on-line translated sources by Paul Halsall of Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/i]
    [url=http://www.perseus.tufts.edu]The Perseus Digital Library[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Interactive digital library offering a wide range of textual and visual sources from Antiquity, hosted by Classics professor Gregory Crane of Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts[/I]
    [url=http://classics.mit.edu/Browse/index.html]The Internet Classics Archive[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Searchable database of classical Greek, Roman, Chinese and Persian texts hosted by MIT[/i]
    [url=http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/art/buerger]Bearers of Meaning[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line catalogue of the Ottilia Buerger collection of Ancient and Byzantine coins at Lawrence University, Wisconsin, with detailed coin descriptions, useful essays and glossary[/I]
    [url=http://lilt.ilstu.edu/drjclassics]Dr J's Illustrated Guide to the Classical World[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] visual resource by Classical languages professor Janice Siegel[/i]


    [b]Ancient Egypt[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/egypt/]Egyptology Resources[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Comprehensive links for books, journals, museums and collections by British Museum curator Nigel Strudwick[/I]
    [url=http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/index.html]An Introduction to the History and Culture of Pharaonic Egypt[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Nice amateur site with links, glossary, maps and English language reader by André Dollinger[/I]
    [url=http://home.nycap.rr.com/foxmob/sea_peoples.htm]Sea Peoples[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Pericles[/I][/size]
    [I]Article on contending theories about the Sea Peoples by Mediterranean archaeologist Daniel Gremmler of University at Albany[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/timelines/topics/army.htm]The Army in Ancient Egypt[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Nice amateur site with links, glossary, maps and English language reader by André Dollinger[/I]
    [url=http://www.touregypt.net/magazine/military.htm]Military in Ancient and Archaic Egypt[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Decent amateur resource by the makers of Tour Egypt web site[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.studylight.org/se/maps]Bible Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lotar[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of digital historical maps by Christian resource StudyLight.org[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/projects/digital/apis]APIS, Advanced Papyrological Information System[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Papyrology database with digital images, translations, glosses, bibliographies and links to other collections[/I]


    [b]Ancient China[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/ANCCHINA/ANCCHINA.HTM]Ancient China[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]China resource of the World Civilizations Project hosted by Washington State University[/I]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/sangoku.htm#china]Emperors of China[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warring_States_Period]Warring States Period[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Wikipedia resource for the Warring States[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.atarn.org]Asian Traditional Archery Network[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Khelvan[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource of amateurs and professionals of Asian archery hosted by Stephen Selby in Hong Kong[/I]
    [url=http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthursby/taoism/suntzu.htm]Sun-tzu or Sunzi Art of War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]The full Sun-tzu, translated, annotated and analysed by specialists[/I]
    [url=http://www.chinastrategies.com]The Thirty-Six Strategies of Ancient China[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of Ancient Chinese proverbs describing subtle strategies in the fields of politics, diplomacy, and espionage, translated by sinologist Stefan Verstappen[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/timeline.htm]Timeline[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [I]Timeline with detailed physical and historical maps of China hosted by sinologist Patricia Buckley Ebrey at University of Washington[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html]Internet East Asian History Sourcebook[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of on-line translated sources maintained by Paul Halsall of Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/i]
    [url=http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/index.htm]A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Guide to visual sources on Chinese history, culture, warfare and society with articles, bibliographies, good timeline and great maps, hosted by sinologist Patricia Buckley Ebrey at University of Washington[/I]


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    [b]Ancient Persia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.iranchamber.com/history/historic_periods.php]History of Iran[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]The Wizard[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for the history of Persia/Iran by iranologists and other scholars of the non-profit Iran Chamber Society[/I]
    [url=http://www.persianculture.com]Ancient Persia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lord Zimoa of Flanders[/I][/size]
    [i]Portal to web sites and web pages on Ancient Persian history, culture, religion hosted by commercial company[/I]
    [url=http://members.ozemail.com.au/~ancientpersia/index.html]Achaemenid Persia[/url] [size=1][I]courtesy Lord Zimoa of Flanders[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on all aspects of Achaemenid Empire by amateur Mark Drury[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.studylight.org/se/maps]Bible Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lotar[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of digital historical maps by Christian resource StudyLight.org[/I]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html]Ancient Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]


    [b]Ancient Greece[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0009&query=toc&layout=&loc=2.1]An Overview of Classical Greek History from Mycenae to Alexander[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] scholarly guide to the Ancient Greek world by historian Thomas Martin[/i]
    [url=http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares]HELLAS:NET[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Hakonarson[/i][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] on-line resource on history, life, art, warfare and politics of the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek[/I]
    [url=http://nabataea.net]Nabataea.net[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Large Christian-inspired resource on the Nabataean Empire with articles, archaeological finds, illustrations and links[/I]
    [url=http://www.tmth.edu.gr/en/aet/12.html]Ancient Greek Scientists[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by the Technology Museum of Thessaloniki[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA]Fanaticus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Gregorius0202[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs[/I]
    [url=http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html]Warfare in Hellas[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Komninos[/I][/size]
    [I]Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek[/I]
    [url=http://www.standin.se/fifteen1a.htm]The Battle of Marathon[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Chapter 1 of [/i]Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World[i] (1851) by historian Edward Shepherd Creasy[/i]
    [url=http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Olympics/index.html]The Ancient Olympics[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Virtual exhibit by the Perseus Digital Library project[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.unc.edu/awmc/mapsforstudents.html]Maps for Students[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Series of free digital maps provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina[/I]
    [url=http://www.studylight.org/se/maps]Bible Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lotar[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org[/I]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html]Ancient Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.perseus.tufts.edu]The Perseus Digital Library[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Interactive digital library offering a wide range of textual and visual sources from Antiquity, hosted by Classics professor Gregory Crane of Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts[/I]
    [url=http://projectsx.dartmouth.edu/history/bronze_age/]The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Guide to Early Aegean archaeology by Classics Professor Jeremy B. Rutter, Dartmouth College[/i]
    [url=http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/test/Vases/ASP/default.asp]The Beazley Archive[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Searchable database (after free registration) of over 250.000 photographs and drawings of Greek vases, Greek and Roman sculptures and miscellaneous at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford[/i]


    [b]Alexander and Hellenistic Kingdoms[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0009&query=toc&layout=&loc=2.1]An Overview of Classical Greek History from Mycenae to Alexander[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Scholarly guide to the Ancient Greek world by historian Thomas Martin[/i]
    [url=http://www.fhw.gr/chronos/06/en/kingdoms/index.html]The Hellenistic World[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Introductory site by public-private [/I]Foundation for the Hellenic World[I] with pages on politics, culture, economy and society, as well as maps of the Hellenistic Kingdoms from 303 tot 145 b.C.[/I]
    [url=http://faq.macedonia.org/history/index.html]A Concise History of Macedonia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by Macedonian service web site Macedonia.org[/i]
    [url=http://www.livius.org/di-dn/diadochi/diadochi.htm]Alexander’s Successors: the Diadochi[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of articles, biographies, timeline and (English-translated) primary sources on the period 323-275 b.C. by historian Jona Lendering[/I]
    [url=http://www.houseofptolemy.org]House of Ptolemy[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Amply awarded ‘information supercenter’ (Discovery Channel) of American amateur Adam Philippidis on Ptolemaic, Greco-Roman and Byzantine rulers of Ancient Egypt[/I]
    [url=http://www.seleukids.org]Seleukids.org[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line sourcebook for the history, numismatics, epigraphy, art and archaeology of the Seleukid Empire[/I]
    [url=http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares]HELLAS:NET[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Hakonarson[/i][/size]
    [I]Resource on history, life, art, warfare and politics of the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek[/I]
    [url=http://nabataea.net]Nabataea.net[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Large Christian-inspired resource on the Nabataean Empire with articles, archaeological finds, illustrations and links[/I]
    [url=http://www.tmth.edu.gr/en/aet/12.html]Ancient Greek Scientists[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by the Technology Museum of Thessaloniki[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html]Warfare in Hellas[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Komninos[/I][/size]
    [I]Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek[/I]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_the_Great]Alexander the Great[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Wiki resource on Alexander III with extensive links sections[/I]
    [url=http://www.isidore-of-seville.com/Alexanderama.html]Alexander the Great on the Web[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Portal by amateur Tim Spalding from Portland, Maine, with 1000-plus links to tertiary sources on Alexander’s life, battles and death as well as movies, documentaries, biographies and historiographic controversies[/I]
    [url=http://www.ne.jp/asahi/luke/ueda-sarson/MilHist.html]Luke’s Ancient Military History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [I]Amateur site on Hellenistic warfare by supramolecular chemist Luke Ueda-Sarson[/I]
    [url=http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA]Fanaticus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Gregorius0202[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.unc.edu/awmc/mapsforstudents.html]Maps for Students[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Series of free digital maps, including Ptolemaic Egypt, provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina[/I]
    [url=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd/diadochi_kingdoms_301_200.jpg]Kingdoms of the Diadochi[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Komninos[/I][/size]
    [I]Facsimile map of Diadochi Kingdoms 301-200 b.C. taken from William Shepherd’s [/I]Historical Atlas[I] (1923)[/I]
    [url=http://www.studylight.org/se/maps]Bible Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lotar[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org[/I]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html]Ancient Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.livius.org/aj-al/alexander/alexander_z1b.html]Alexander the Great, the ‘good’ sources[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Scholarly discussion by historian Jona Lendering of primary and secondary literature on Alexander with references and links to on-line English translations[/I]
    [url=http://www.macedonian-heritage.gr/HellenicMacedonia/index.html]Hellenic Macedonia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Richly illustrated resource for Macedonian history by Greek publishing house Ekdotike Athenon[/i]
    [url=http://isidore-of-seville.com/library-arrian/events-1.htm]Arrian, [I]Events after Alexander[/I][/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Khelvan[/I][/size]
    [I]Transcript of John Rooke’s 1814 translation hosted by amateur Tim Spalding from Portland, Maine[/I]



    [center][size=5][b]3. Roman :rtwyes: [/b][/size][/center]


    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.roman-empire.net/index.html]The Illustrated History of the Roman Empire[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]ShadesWolf[/I][/size]
    [i]Playful introductory site by amateur Franco Lorenzo Cavazzi with articles, detailed timelines, great interactive maps, biographies, portrait galleries, pictures, event calendar (re-enactments!) and a quiz[/I]
    [url=http://www.unrv.com]United Nations of Roma Victor[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Commercial resource for Ancient Rome with many sections, excellent articles, maps, detailed timelines, biographies and links[/I]
    [url=http://www.fernweb.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/mf/people.htm]Peoples of the Dark Ages[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/du[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the early German tribes, Avars and Huns by amateur Mark Furnival[/i]
    [url=http://heraklia.fws1.com]Julius Caesar: The Last Dictator[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Longshanks[/I][/size]
    [I]Virtual [/I]Biography of Caesar and Rome 100 – 44 b.C.[I] with maps, timeline, galleries, battle descriptions and links section by amateur Suzanne Cross[/I]
    [url=http://www.fenrir.dk/history/index.php[/url]History of the Hellenistic and Roman World[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurelian[/I][/size]
    [I]Biographic material on Scipio Africanus and Julius Caesar with timeline and bibliography by game developer Michael Akinde[/I]
    [url=http://www.roman-emperors.org]De Imperatoribus Romanis[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]On-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus to Constantine XI Palaeologus by Roman history scholars[/i]
    [url=http://www.romansonline.com]Who was Who in Roman Times[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Searchable database of people, events and images in Roman history developed by retired chemist Michiel Osinga[/I]
    [url=http://www.societasviaromana.org]Societas Via Romana[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/ge/es/fr/la/du/no[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Large 'multicultural' amateur site on all things Roman[/i]
    [url=http://turkicworld.org]Türkic History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the origins and history of Turks, Tatars, Alans, Scythians, Kipchaks, Huns, Volga Bulgars and other Türkic peoples by amateur Norm Kisamov[/i]

    [u]Roman Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.unrv.com/military.php]Roman Military[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Good introductory guide by [/I]United Nations of Roma Victor[I] commercial site[/I]
    [url=http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/romanarmy.html]The Roman Army in the Late Republic and Early Empire[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Large illustrated article (NB: two parts) about Roman army organisation by historian Barbara McManus[/i]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ancientwarfare.htm]De Re Militari: Ancient Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Khelvan [/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of articles and links on Ancient warfare maintained by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA]Fanaticus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Gregorius0202[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs[/I]
    [url=http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Periods/Roman/Topics/Warfare/home.html]Roman Military History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Khelvan[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of primary and secondary resources by professional French/English interpreter Bill Thayer[/I]
    [url=http://intranet.dalton.org/groups/rome/RMil.html]Rome: Military Resources[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of resources by New York Dalton School[/I]
    [url=http://www.redrampant.com]The Ancient Roman Army Illustrated[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on organisation, nomenclature, clothing, armor, weapons, fortifications and battles, with detailed maps, tables and links by dedicated wargamer Andrew Brozyna[/i]
    [url=http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/archive/index.html]Armamentarium[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Resource on Roman arms and armour with beginner’s guide, glossary and bibliography maintained by the Museum of Antiquities, University of Newcastle[/I]
    [url=http://www.romaeterna.org]Roma Aeterna[/url] [color=DarkOrange]it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource with emphasis on Roman Navy by Italian Rear Admiral (ret.) Domenico Carro[/I]

    [u]Maps of the Roman World[/u]

    [url=http://www.romaeterna.org/imperium/index.html]Roma Aeterna – Imperium Romanum[/url] [color=DarkOrange]it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Set of detailed topographical maps of the Roman world by Italian Rear Admiral (ret.) Domenico Carro[/I]
    [url=http://www.unc.edu/awmc/mapsforstudents.html]Maps for Students[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Series of free digital maps provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina[/I]
    [url=http://www.studylight.org/se/maps]Bible Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Lotar[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of digital historical maps for the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean from Pre-History to the 2nd C. a.D. hosted by Christian resource StudyLight.org[/I]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/ancient_warfare/ancient_warfare_table_of_contents.html]Ancient Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Roman Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://s_van_dorst.tripod.com/Ancient_Warfare/Rome/Sources/ektaxis.html]Arrian's Array Against the Alans[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurlian[/I][/size]
    [I]Primary source describing the marching array, battlefield deployment and tactics used by the Roman army in the 2nd century with annotation and glossary by amateur Sander van Dorst[/I]
    [url=http://www.forumromanum.org/index2.html]Forum Romanum[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/la/fr/it/ge[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Latin scholarship with digital library of Latin literature, translations in various languages, biographies and links hosted by David Camden at Harvard University[/I]
    [url=http://cheiron.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/index.html]Trajan’s Column[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Searchable database, generated by sculptor Peter Rockwell, with 500 photographs of the column depicting both Dacian wars[/I]


    [b]Armenia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/abi.htm]Rulers of Armenia to 1375[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic table by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Bactria[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.kushan.org]Kushan History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for Kushan history, migration and culture by amateur Robert Bracey[/i]


    [b]Bithynia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/pbcc.htm]Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Britannia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.britannia.com/history/h30.html]Roman Britain[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Narrative histories of Roman Britain (55 b.C. - 410 a.D.), timelines, biographies, glossaries, bibliographies and historical documents by historian David Nash Ford[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm]Gardiner's Atlas of English History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Gazetteer/Places/Europe/Great_Britain/_Periods/Roman/_Texts/WARREB/3*.html]Roman Military Remains in Britain[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Khelvan[/I][/size]
    [I]Transcript of Chapter III, ‘Military Remains’, of John Ward’s [/I]Roman Era in Britain[I] (1911) with illustrations of camps, forts, buildings, ramparts, walls and ditches[/I]


    [b]Cappadocia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/pbcc.htm]Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Carthage[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.livius.org/carthage.html]Carthage[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of articles, references and primary sources by historian Jona Lendering[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.barca.fsnet.co.uk/index.htm]Hannibal Barca and the Punic Wars[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Longshanks[/I][/size]
    [I]Web resource by amateur Hilary Gowen with articles, timelines, galleries and links[/I]


    [b]Dacia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.unrv.com/provinces/dacia.php]Dacia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Description of Roman province of Dacia by [/I]United Nations of Roma Victor[I] commercial site[/I]

    [u]Primary sources[/u]

    [url=http://cheiron.mcmaster.ca/~trajan/index.html]Trajan’s Column[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Searchable database, generated by sculptor Peter Rockwell, with 500 photographs of the column depicting both Dacian wars[/I]


    [b]Egypt[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/egsy.htm]Ptolemids and Seleucids[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/i][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Gaul[/b]

    [b]Germania[/b]

    [b]Greek Cities[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html#greeks]Warfare in Hellas: the Greek Army[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Komninos[/I][/size]
    [I]Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek[/I]


    [b]Iberia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572]Ibercronox[/url] [color=DarkOrange]es[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.unc.edu/awmc/awmcmap8.html]Map: Iberian Peninsula in Greek and Roman Times[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Digital physical and topographical map provided by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University or North Carolina[/I]


    [b]Macedon[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://faq.macedonia.org/history/index.html]A Concise History of Macedonia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by Macedonian service web site Macedonia.org[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://monolith.dnsalias.org/~marsares/warfare/index.html#macedonians]Warfare in Hellas: the Macedonians[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Komninos[/I][/size]
    [I]Guide to warfare in the Helladic world by student Martijn Moerbeek[/I]


    [b]Numidia[/b]

    [b]Parthia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://parthia.com]The Parthian Empire[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource about Parthian history and numismatics by amateur Edward Hopkins[/I]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/iran.htm#parthian]The Parthian Arsacids, 248 b.C. - 227 a.D.[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]


    [b]Phoenicia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://phoenicia.org]Phoenicia and the Phoenicians[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]All things Phoenician by historian and computer programmer Salim George Khalaf[/i]


    [b]Pontus[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.unrv.com/provinces/pontus.php]Pontus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Description of Roman Pontus province hosted by [/I]United Nations of Roma Victor[I] commercial site[/I]
    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/pbcc.htm]Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]
    [url=http://www.kurdistanica.com/english/history/articles-his/his-articles-10.html]A History of Kurdish Navigation[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy The Wizard[/i][/size]
    [i]Article on Zalanid/Kurdish exploits in the Mediterraean, Black Sea and Indian Ocean by historian Michael Izady[/i]


    [b]Sarmatians[/b]

    [b]Scythia[/b]

    [b]Seleucid Empire[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/egsy.htm]Ptolemids and Seleucids[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/i][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Thrace[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.thrace.0catch.com/welcome.htm]Welcome to Thrace and the Thracians![/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Sarcasm[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Thracian history, society and warfare by historian Christopher Webber of Osprey-renown[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.kroraina.com/thracia/hb/index.html]The Thracian Culture in Images[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Series of photographs from [/I]History of Bulgaria[I] (1981) depicting Thracian arms and warriors[/I]



    [center][size=5][b]4. Sengoku Jidai[/b][/size] :bow:[/center]


    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=]History of Japan[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Authoritative history of the country by historian Saburo D. Ienaga, available through Questia.[/I]
    [url=http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~dee/FEUJAPAN/CONTENTS.HTM]Feudal Japan[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Study guide with glossary and links section by historian Richard Hooker[/i]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/sangoku.htm#japan]Emperors, Shoguns & Regents of Japan[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_honorifics]Japanese Honorifics[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Wiki site on Japanese honorific titles and their usage[/I]
    [url=http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=10345608]The Maker of Modern Japan[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu by Australian japanologist A.L. Sadler, available through Questia.[/I]
    [url=http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/miscellany/index.html]Nihon Zatsuroku: A Japanese Miscellany[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Japanese names, etiquette, heraldry, banners and flags, tents, ceremonies, games, &cetera, &cetera by Medieval Japan specialist Anthony J. Bryant[/I]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/perigoku.htm#korea]Kings of Korea[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.sacred-texts.com/shi/bsd/index.htm]Bushido[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [i]Classic text on the knightly code: [/I]Bushido, the Soul of Japan. An Exposition of Japanese Thought[I] (1905) by Dr. Inazo Nitobe[/I]
    [url=http://www.samurai-archives.com/index.html]Samurai Archives[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Michiel de Ruyter[/I][/size]
    [I]Accessible site with articles and links on the military side of Sengoku Jidai, timetables, battle descriptions, biographical notes, heraldry and Yahoo hosted forum.[/I]
    [url=http://samourais.free.fr/index.html]SAMOURAIS - Les Guerriers du Japon[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1](courtesy [i]Meneldil[/i])[/size]
    [I]Personal site with articles, biographies and illustrations by Charles-Pierre Serain with the help of renowned Japanologists[/I]
    [url=http://www.ospreysamurai.com]Ospreysamurai.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Maeda Toshiie[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of illustrated articles by specialist Stephen Turnbull on samurai, castles, heraldry and bushido offered by Osprey Publishing[/I]
    [url=http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/katchu][i]Nihon Katchû Seisakuben[/i]: An Online Japanese Armour Manual[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] on-line manual on the history, construction, function and iconography of Japanese armour by Medieval Japan specialist Anthony J. Bryant[/I]
    [url=http://home.earthlink.net/%7Esteinrl/nihonto.htm]The Japanese Sword Index[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on the history, technique, mythology and meaning of Japanese swords and swordsmith by retired metallurgy professor and collector things pointy Richard Stein[/I]
    [url=http://www.iganinja.jp/english/menu.html]Iga Ninja[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ja/en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy R'as al Ghul[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by Iga Ninja Museum about Ninja combat techniques, weapons, training and daily life[/i]
    [url=http://jcastle.info/castle]Guide to Japanese Castles[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Searchable database of illustrations and descriptions of 45 Japanese Medieval castles by corporate librarian Eric Obershaw[/I]
    [url=http://www.kiku.com/electric_samurai/cobweb_castle/samurai_gallery.html]Samurai gallery[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Rás al Ghul[/i][/size]
    [i]Short biographies of prominent samurai, language corny but image often thing of beauty[/i] :chinese:

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.maproom.org/maps/books/japan/murdoch]Maps from Murdoch's [I]History of Japan[/I][/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Facsimiles of the maps from James Murdoch’s [/I]A History of Japan during the century of early foreign intercourse (1542-1651)

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html#Japan]Internet East Asian Sourcebook[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Japan page of primary source collection by Paul Halsall of Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/I]
    [url=http://www.tnm.go.jp/en/gallery/region/japan.html]Tokyo National Museum[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/ja[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]On-line catalogue of Japanese artefacts at the TNM[/I]
    [url=http://www.bahnhof.se/~secutor/ukiyo-e/guide.html]A Guide to the Ukiyo-[I]e[/I] Sites of the Internet[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ja[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy TomteOfDoom[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] guide to on-line collections of historic Japanese prints, essays, exhaustive links and forum by Internet [/i]ukiyo-[I]e pioneer Hans Olof Johansson[/I]
    [url=http://www.sengoku-expo.net/text/E]Sengoku-Expo Menu[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Jun[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line exposition catalogue of scrolls, images and artefacts connected with the Battle of Sekigahara (1600)[/I]


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    [center][size=5][b]5. Medieval :knight: [/b][/size][/center]


    [u]Medieval Society[/u]

    [url=http://members.aol.com/tmatrust/home.html]The Middle Ages Trust[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Digital community site about the Middle Ages with information on publications, lectures, university study programs, tourism sites, medieval events and a huge links section[/I]
    [url=http://www.the-orb.net/]On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Good introductory site hosted by the College of Staten Island, N.Y., with many valuable links[/I]
    [url=http://www.netserf.org]NetSERF: Medieval resources[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Meta-index of on-line medieval resources maintained by historian Beau Harbin of the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.[/I]
    [url=http://www.georgetown.edu/labyrinth/labyrinth-home.html]The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Index of academic resources sponsored by Georgetown University[/i]
    [url=http://www.ku.edu/kansas/medieval/108/lectures/index.html]Lectures in Medieval History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]ShadesWolf[/I][/size]
    [I]Series of sound, old-fashioned lectures by University of Kansas medievalist Lynn Harry Nelson covering most topics of European Medieval History from the Late Roman Empire through the Age of Discovery[/I]
    [url=http://www.fernweb.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/mf/people.htm]Peoples of the Dark Ages[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/du[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the early German tribes, Avars and Huns by amateur Mark Furnival[/i]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_and_noble_ranks]European Royal and Noble Ranks[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Wiki site on traditional ranks among European royalty, peers and nobility[/I]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/islam.htm]Islâm 622 a.D. - Present[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]
    [url=http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~rs143/Resources/index.html]Web Resources for the Study of Islam[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Academic portal maintained by staff from the Middle East Center of the University of Pennsylvania[/I]
    [url=http://www.middleeastmedievalists.org]Middle East Medievalists[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [i]Resource for scholars hosted by the History Department of the University of Wisconsin[/I]
    [url=http://members.aol.com/mcnelis/medsci_index.html]Medieval Science[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Large index of sources on Medieval science maintained by medievalist James NcNelis of Wilmington College, Ohio[/I]
    [url=http://www.s-gabriel.org/names]Medieval Names Archive[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of academic articles on Medieval topographic and proper names, including lists of historic names and details on correct spelling[/I]
    [url=http://scholar.chem.nyu.edu/tekpages/Subjects.html]Medieval Technology Pages[/url] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Medieval civilian and military technology with timeline and illustrations, hosted by chemist Paul Gans, New York University[/I]
    [url=http://www.shadowedrealm.com]Shadowed Realm[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Ricker[/i][/size]
    [i]Amateur resource with great glossary, timeline and quotation guide by amateur Rich Lawson and friends[/i]
    [url=http://historymedren.about.com]Medieval History - Life in the Midle Ages and Renaissance[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy King Henry V[/i][/size]
    [i]Amiable amateur site on Medieval miscellany, by the people who brought you all the other About.coms[/i]

    [u]Medieval Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org]De Re Militari[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of resources on Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA]Fanaticus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Gregorius0202[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs[/I]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battles_601-1400]List of battles 601 – 1400[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurelian[/I][/size]
    [I]Wikipedia resource for European Medieval battles[/I]
    [url=http://www2.kumc.edu/itc/staff/rknight/Weapons.htm]Medieval Weapons[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Medieval swords, shields and siege engines by the Society for Creative Anachronism[/I]
    [url=http://www2.kumc.edu/itc/staff/rknight/Armour.htm]Medieval Armour[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Medieval armour, shields, patterns and combat skills by the Society for Creative Anachronism[/I]
    [url=http://www.vikingsword.com]Mediaeval Sword[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Illustrated resource with virtual museum and glossary by amateur Lee Jones[/i]
    [url=http://www.chronique.com]Knighthood, Chivalry & Tournaments Resource Library[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] collection of articles and transcripts on British and continental chivalry, arms and armour, tourneys and swordsmanship manuals, with galleries, glossary and good links by re-enactment society The Company of Saint George[/I]
    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/index1.htm]Great Orders of Chivalry[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource covering all European Chivalric Orders by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]
    [url=http://www.aemma.org/index2.htm]Academy of European Medieval Martial Arts[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Medieval martial arts, armour and weapons including training manuals for pollaxe, longbow and siege engines hosted by Toronto re-enactors[/I]
    [url=http://users.wpi.edu/~jforgeng/Modeling_the_Joust.pdf]Modeling the Joust[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Illustrated jousting mechanics primer by Higgins Armory Museum, MA, including unique Computerized Joust Collision Model![/I]
    [url=http://www.arador.com/main/index.html]The Arador Armour Library[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Deejayvee[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Medieval arms and armour by re-enactment group in Seattle, Washington[/I]
    [url=http://www.armourarchive.org/index.html]The Armour Archive[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Medieval armour and reproduction with essays, forum and links by armour enthusiasts[/I]
    [url=http://www.myarmoury.com/home.php]myArmoury.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool[/i]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/normlaw]Armour and Warriors of the Silk Road[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on steppe warriors with emphasis on the Khazar Khanat by armourer Norman Finkelshteyn[/I]
    [url=http://members.iinet.net.au/~rmine/gctrebs.html]The Grey Company Trebuchet Page[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Thoros of Myr[/I][/size]
    [I]Articles and links for the history and mechanics of trebuchets and assorted siege engines by Ozzie re-enactment society The Grey Company[/I]
    [url=http://users.wpi.edu/~jforgeng/Frequently_Asked_Questions.pdf]Higgins Armory Guide[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Illustrated FAQ on Medieval and Renaissance arms and armour by Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, MA[/I]
    [url=http://www.xs4all.nl/~marcelo/archery/library/books/book_of_archery/index.html]The Book of Archery[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised copy of George Agar Hansard, [/i]The Book of Archery; Being the complete history and practice of the art, ancient and modern[i] (1841), made available by The Archery Library of Johhanes Marcelo Pinto Müller[/I]

    [u]Maps for the Medieval Era[/u]

    [url=http://www.euratlas.com/summary.htm]Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Twenty-one historical maps of Europe covering the period 1-2000 a.D. hosted by cartographic company Euratlas in Yverdon, Switzerland[/I]
    [url=http://www.al-bab.com/arab/maps/maps2.htm]Arab Gateway: historical maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for maps from pre-Islamic to Modern Age[/i]
    [url=http://www.princeton.edu/%7Ehumcomp/dimensions.html]Maps of the Islamic Middle East[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line reproduction of several historical atlases of Islam, hosted by the Near East Department of Princeton University, New Jersey[/I]
    [url=http://www.columbia.edu/acis/ets/Graesse/contents.html]Orbis Latinus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised dictionary of Latin place names, [/i]Orbis Latinus[i] (1909) by Dr. J. G. Th. Graesse (1909)[/i]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/dawn_modern_warfare/dawn_modern_warfare_table_of_contents.html]The Dawn of Modern Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Medieval Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html]Internet Medieval Sourcebook[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of on-line translated sources by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/i]
    [url=http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs]Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] collection of on-line transcriptions, facsimiles and translations of primary sources from Medieval and Renaissance Europe by bibliographer Richard Hacken of Brigham Young University[/I]
    [url=http://www.ceu.hu/medstud/manual/MMM/index.html]Medieval Manuscript Manual[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line manual by the Department of Medieval Studies of Central European University, Budapest, offers detailed information and glossaries on the use, materials, structure, typology and illumination of Medieval manuscripts[/I]
    [url=http://www.kb.nl/kb/manuscripts]Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Annotated, searchable collection of Medieval manuscript illuminations by the National Library of the Netherlands[/i]
    [url=http://www.castlesontheweb.com]Castles on the Web[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Searchable database of 3695 photographs of Medieval castles, books, links section and miscellaneous by group of dedicated amateurs[/i]
    [url=http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtyard/maciejowski_bible.htm]Maciejowski Bible[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] on-line facsimile of illuminations of the [/i]Maciejowski Bible[i] (ca. 1250 a.D.) constituting a pictorial of 13th Century French life and warfare[/i]
    [url=http://www.netserf.org/Art]NetSERF Medieval Art[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Medieval art resources by historian Beau Harbin of the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.[/I]
    [url=http://www.ceu.hu/medstud/manual/SRM/index.htm]Dress, Jewels, Arms and Coat of Arms[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Crandaeolon[/I][/size]
    [I]Virtual manual of medieval arms, heraldry, costumes and jewelry and their symbolism by students of Central European University, Budapest[/I]
    [url=http://www.kwantlen.bc.ca/~donna/sca/flags]Medieval Flags and Banners[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for original banners and images thereof by college webmistress Donna Hrynkiw[/i]
    [url=http://www.thearma.org/Manuals/i33/i33.htm][I]Fechtbuch I.33[/I][/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]On-line reproduction of oldest known European fencing manual (ca. 1300 a.D.) by the Association for Renaissance Martial Arts[/I]
    [url=http://www.sjolander.com/viking/museum/bt/bt.htm]Bayeux Tapistry[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Big John[/I][/size]
    [I]Amateur site with on-line high-resolution reproduction of the embroidery ordered by Bishop Odo in 1066 in 35 sections by Peter Sjolander[/i]


    [b]Almohads[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/islam/index2.html]The Islamic World to 1600[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Study guide to the Islamic cultures of Northern Africa by the Applied History Research Group, University of Calgary[/i]
    [url=http://www.balagan.org.uk/war/0711/1086.htm]1086 - 1250 Moroccans[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed historical timeline with maps by software developer and wargamer Steven Thomas[/i]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/islam.htm#spain]The Islâmic Rulers of Spain 756 - 1492 a.D.[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.balagan.org.uk/war/0711/armies.htm]Armies of Al-Andalus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Overview by software developer and wargamer Steven Thomas[/i]


    [b]Aragon[/b] (see also [b]Spain[/b])


    [b]Armenia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/abi.htm]Rulers of Armenia to 1375[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic table by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]
    [url=http://www.virtualani.freeserve.co.uk]VirtualANI[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/tu[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] virtual guide to the deserted Medieval Armenian City of Ani by anonimous amateur[/i]
    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/dissert.html]The Turco-Mongol Invasions and the Lords of Armenia in the 13-14th Centuries[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Digitised Ph.D. dissertation (1979) of historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/hsrces.html]Armenian Historical Sources[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Ahtlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Armenian sources from the 5th through 15th Century a.D. collected by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Bohemia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://archiv.radio.cz/history/index.html]Radio Prague's History Online[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Playful guide to Bohemian/Czech history by Radio Praha[/i]
    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Hussites.htm]The Hussites of Bohemia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]


    [b]Britain[/b] (see also [b]Vikings[/b] and [b]Hundred Years War[/b])

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm]Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London[/i]
    [url=http://www.britannia.com/history/index.html]Britannia: British History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Narrative histories of England, Wales, Scotland and London, timelines, biographies, glossaries, bibliographies and historical documents by historian David Nash Ford[/i]
    [url=http://www.timeref.btinternet.co.uk/index.htm]TimeRef – Medieval History Timelines[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Shadeswolf[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of timelines, maps and searchable database on events, people and buildings in medieval England, Scotland and Wales by amateur Mark Needham[/I]
    [url=http://www.luminarium.org/medlit/medresource.htm]Additional Resources for Medieval England[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Rising General[/I][/size]
    [I]Links to resources on British Middle Ages, from Medicine to Orders of Chivalry, by literary scholar Anniina Jokinen[/I]
    [url=http://www.ping.at/kessler/index.htm]Richard Lionheart[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised biography (1995) by Austrian historian Ulrike Kessler[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/englandwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval England and Wales[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.secretsofthenormaninvasion.com]Secrets of the Norman Invasion[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed analysis of the Norman landing based on sources, archaeological sites and landscape study by amateur Nick Austin[/i]
    [url=http://www.battle1066.com]Battle of Hastings 1066[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Big John[/I][/size]
    [I]Playful amateur resource on the 1066 battle by amateur Glen Ray Crack[/I]
    [url=http://www.essentialnormanconquest.com]Essential Norman Conquest[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Interactive resource by Osprey Publishing on those crucial days in 1066[/I]
    [url=http://www.chronique.com/Library/MedHistory/Archeologia-chivalry.htm]A 15th C. Chivalric Miscellany in the Hastings Collection[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Transcripts, translations and analyses of Late Medieval manuscripts on arms, armour, chivalry and ceremony hosted by re-enactment society The Company of St. George[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm]Gardiner's Atlas of English History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts[/i]


    [b]Bulgaria[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://turkicworld.org]Türkic History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the origins and history of Turks, Tatars, Alans, Scythians, Kipchaks, Huns, Volga Bulgars and other Türkic peoples by anonymous Russians(s)[/i]
    [url=http://www.bulgaria.com/history/bulgaria/index.html]History of Bulgaria, 681 - 1944[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Digitised extracts from [/I]Bulgaria Illustrated History[I] (1998) by historians Dimitrov and Handjiysky[/I]


    [b]Byzantium[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/byzantium]Byzantine Studies on the Internet[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Academic resource hosted by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/i]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byzantine_aristocracy_and_bureaucracy] Byzantine Aristocracy and Bureaucracy[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Wiki site on Byzantine aristocratic, bureaucratic and military titles and the duties and privileges they bestowed[/I]
    [url=http://www1.fhw.gr/chronos/10/en/index.html]Late Byzantine Period[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Baba Ga'on[/i][/size]
    [i]Nice site about Late Byzantine (1204-1453) society, from religion to numismatics, by the public-private Foundation for the Hellenic World[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/byzantinewarfare.htm]Byzantine Warfare to the fall of Constantinople (1452)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/i]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/sources/siegeofconstantinople.htm]The Siege of Constantinople in 1453[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/i]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/egfrothos/Varangians.html]Varangians[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on history, equipment and battles of the Varangian Guard with articles, illustrations and links by re-enactor Steven Lowe[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1c.html]Medieval Sourcebook: Byzantium[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Index of on-line translated Byzantine sources maintained by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/i]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/egfrothos/Dovecote.html]The Depiction of Byzantine Military Equipment in Kappadokian Murals[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of (enlargeable) photographs of murals with glossary and comments by re-enactor Steven Lowe[/I]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/egfroth1/ByzArmour2.html?1026424880530]Byzantine Arms and Armour from Contemporary Images[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of (enlargeable) photographs of contemporary art by re-enactor Steven Lowe[/I]
    [url=http://www.doaks.org/Siegecraft.pdf]Siegecraft[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Analysis of two tenth-Century instructional manuals by 'Heron of Byzantium' by historian Denis Sullivan[/i]


    [b]Crusades[/b]

    [u]Background[/u] (see also under [b]Papacy[/b])

    [url=http://libtext.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/History/History-idx?type=browse&scope=HISTORY.HISTCRUSADES]A History of the Crusades[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]On-line scholarly series in six volumes hosted by the University of Wisconsin[/i]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/outremer.htm]Crusader States, Israel[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps and timetables by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelly Ross[/i]
    [url=http://www.callisto.si.usherb.ca/%7Ecroisade/Byzance.htm]Les Croisades: Sources, Images, Histoire[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for the First and Fourth Crusades by group of historians[/i]
    [url=http://www.brighton73.freeserve.co.uk/firstcrusade/Overview/Overview.htm]The First Crusade, an Overview[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Interactive guide by biotechnologist Tomas James Rees[/i]
    [url=http://xenophongroup.com/montjoie/albigens.htm]The Albigensian Crusades 1209 - 1255[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by the re-enactment society Société de l'Oriflamme[/i]
    [url=http://etext.virginia.edu/journals/EH/EH34/browne34.html]Fram! fram! cristmenn, crossmenn, konungsmenn![/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Article on Viking pilgrims and Crusaders by historian Jessica Browner[/i]
    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/acj.htm]Crusader Kings of Antioch, Cyprus and Jerusalem[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]
    [url=http://www.doaks.org/Crusades/CR01.pdf]The Historiography of the Crusades[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Article about lies, damn lies and history-writing by historian Giles Constable[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/crusadeswarfare.htm]Warfare during the Crusades[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Crusades including the Middle East, the Albigensian Crusade and the Northern Crusades by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crusades]Crusades[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurelian[/I][/size]
    [I]Wikipedia resource for all nine Medieval Crusades in Europe, the Baltic and the Near East[/I]
    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/confraternal/index.htm]The Confraternal Orders of Knighthood[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]
    [url=http://www.hostkingdom.net/Chivalry.html]Orders of Chivalry[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [i]Site by American amateur Bruce Gordon lists all Grandmasters of the Knights of St. John (a.k.a. Maltese Knights), Knights Templar, Teutonic Knights and the Jesuits Order, as well as some local Commanderies[/i]
    [url=http://www.templarhistory.com/index.html]The Knights Templar[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for all things Templar by amateur Stephen Dafoe[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.al-bab.com/arab/maps/maps2.htm]Arab Gateway: historical maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for maps from pre-Islamic to Modern Age[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1k.html]Medieval Sourcebook: The Crusades[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Academic resource hosted by Paul Halsall of the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies[/i]


    [b]Cyprus[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/acj.htm]Crusader Kings of Antioch, Cyprus and Jerusalem[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Denmark[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre]The Normans: A European People[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/scandinavianwarfare.htm]Scandinavian and Viking Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Sources and resources for Viking and Scandinavian warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History (De Re Militari)[/I]


    [b]Egypt[/b]


    [b]Flanders[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.theotherside.co.uk/tm-heritage/background/flanders-medieval.htm]Medieval Flanders[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for Flemish and Dutch Medieval history by amateurs llsa Rowe and Ian Killbery[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/francewarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval France and the Low Countries[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/i]


    [b]France[/b] (see also [b]Hundred Years War[/b])

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.bnf.fr/enluminures/aaccueil.htm]Le roi Charles V et son temps (1338 - 1380)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Bilingual resource for French Medieval manuscripts and illuminations about battles and sieges, the Hundred Years War, the Crusades and naval warfare by the [/i]Bibliothèque Nationale de France

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/francewarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval France and the Low Countries[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/french/index.htm]The French Royal Orders of Chivalry[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]
    [url=http://bataille.bouvines.free.fr]Bouvines.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed description with graphics of Battle of Bouvines (1214) by amateurs Alain Streck and Philippe Dupont[/i]
    [url=http://www.xenophongroup.com/montjoie/bouvines.htm#battle]War and Battle of Bouvines[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource by re-enactment group Société de l’Oriflamme[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://globegate.utm.edu/french/lit/middle.ages.html]Literature of the French Middle Ages[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr/en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge index of French Medieval texts by American historian Robert Packham, University of Tennessee; basically (Old) French, but with many English translations[/I]
    [url=http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/muhlberger/froissart/tales.htm]Tales from Froissart[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Invaluable source for French Medieval life and politics, the chivalric ideal and the Hundred Years War, translated by Thomas Johnes (1805) and hosted by historian Steven Muhlberger of Nipissing University[/i]


    [b]Georgia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/gbi.htm]Rulers of Iberia/Georgia to 1505[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/i][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic table by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/gc1.htm]The Georgian Chronicle[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Thirteenth Century chronicle describing the history of Iberia/Georgia from legendary times to the 12th century[/I]


    [b]Holy Roman Empire[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://mars.vnet.wnec.edu/~grempel/courses/germany/lectures/02medieval.html]Germany in the Middle Ages[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Short, sound lecture on Medieval Germany by historian Gerhard Rempel[/i]
    [url=http://english.mediaevum.de]Mediaevum[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/ge/la[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for Medieval German and Latin studies by historians and philologists[/i]
    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Medieval_Germany.htm#Mercenaries]Medieval Germany[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/germanwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Germany and Switzerland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Resource on German wars, Bishops, battles and pirates by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Teutonic_Order.htm]The Teutonic Order[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ARTICLES/ekdahl.htm]Horses and Crossbows: Two Important Warfare Advantages of the Teutonic Order in Prussia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Book chapter on military innovations by the Teutonic order by historian Sven Ekdahl[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.regesta-imperii.org]Regesta Imperii Online[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Searchable database of all deeds and related documents of the German Emperors and Kings and the Popes from 751 a.D. to 1519 a.D.[/i]


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    [b]Hundred Years War[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.ku.edu/kansas/medieval/108/lectures/hundred_years_war.html]The Hundred Years’ War (1336-1565) [/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]ShadesWolf[/I][/size]
    [I]Brief summary of background and course of the war from Medievalist Lynn Harry Nelson of the University of Kansas[/I]
    [url=http://duguesclin.free.fr/guerre_de_cent_ans/page/guerre_cent_ans.html]La guerre de cent ans[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with maps, dynastic tables, biographies, timeline and battle descriptions by amateur DuGuesclin[/i]
    [url=http://www.hyw.com/Books/History/1_Help_C.htm]Medieval Life & The Hundred Years War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digital book on the episode by dedicated amateurs James F Dunnigan and Albert A Nofi[/i]
    [url=http://www.adhb30.dsl.pipex.com/100war02.htm]The Hundred Years War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Highlander X[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on background and main battles by anonymous amateur[/i]
    [url=http://www.xenophongroup.com/montjoie/hyw_fp.htm]Hundred Years War: Final Phase (1422 - 1453)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]em[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by re-enactment society[/i]Société de l'Oriflamme

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/categories/hundredyearswar.htm]The Hundred Years War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource of primary through tertiary sources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.100yearswar.co.uk/100yearswar.htm]100 Years War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]ShadesWolf[/I][/size]
    [I]ShadesWolf’s own site with introductory articles, timeline, battle descriptions and links[/I]
    [url=http://www.theotherside.co.uk/tm-heritage/background/flanders-medieval.htm]Medieval Flanders[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]The Flemish role in the Hundred Years War by amateurs llsa Rowe and Ian Killbery[/i]
    [url=http://www.xenophongroup.com/montjoie/castilon.htm]Battle of Castillon (1453)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource by re-enactment group Société de l’Oriflamme[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.boisestate.edu/courses/hy309/topics/100yw/100yw.maps.html]Maps of the 100 Years' War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Fourteen modern maps covering 1337 - 1450 a.D. by Boise State University[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.jeanne-darc.com]Jeanne d'Arc[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Site of the Jeanne d'Arc Museum in Rouen[/i]
    [url=http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/muhlberger/froissart/tales.htm]Tales from Froissart[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Invaluable source for French Medieval life and politics, the chivalric ideal and the Hundred Years War, translated by Thomas Johnes (1805) and hosted by historian Steven Muhlberger of Nipissing University[/i]


    [b]Hungary[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/hutoc.html]Hungary[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Library of Congress country study with detailed overview of Hungarian history[/i]
    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=5]Hungary: A Short History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised version of 1962 textbook by historian C.A. Macartney[/i]
    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Medieval_Hungary.htm]Medieval Hungary[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]
    [url=http://mek.oszk.hu/01900/01993/html]Emese Saga: Hungarian Prehistory from the Beginnings to King St. Stephen (1038 a.D.)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Compilation of scholarly books and articles by the Digital Library of Hungarian Studies[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/thou/thou00.htm]A Thousand years of the Hungarian Art of War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised version of historian Anthony Komjathy's 1982 book on Hungarian military history[/i]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/pdfs/razso.pdf]Hungarian Strategy against the Ottomans 1365 - 1526[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Paper by historian Gyula Rázsó for the 22nd International Commission of Military History in Vienna, 1996[/i]


    [b]Ireland[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlkik/ihm]Ireland’s History in Maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Detailed resource for maps, timelines and background by amateur Dennis Walsh[/I]
    [url=http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm]Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/irelandwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Ireland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.ucc.ie/celt/index.html]CELT[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of online sources for Irish history, literature and politics by the public-private-academic Corpus of Electronic Texts[/i]


    [b]Italy[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/italywarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Italy[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/i]
    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/italian/index.htm]Italian Orders of Chivalry[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]
    [url=http://www.libraryautomation.com/valerieeads/matilda.html]Matilda of Tuscany[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Website on 'The Very Model of a Medieval General' by historian Valerie Eads[/i]


    [b]Khazaria[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.khazaria.com]Khazaria.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [I]Resource for Turkic and Jewish History in Russia and Ukraine by historian Kevin Alan Brook of The American Center of Khazar Studies[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.geocities.com/normlaw]Armour and Warriors of the Silk Road[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on steppe warriors with emphasis on the Khazar Khanat by armourer Norman Finkelshteyn[/I]


    [b]Lithuania[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://viduramziu.lietuvos.net/en/index.htm]Medieval Lithuania[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Aurelian[/i][/size]
    [I]Resource about Medieval Lithuanian history, society and castles by historian Tomas Baranauskas at the Lithuanian Institute of History[/I]
    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1]A History of East Central Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki[/i]
    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Lithuania.htm]Lithuania 1350 a.D. to 1500 a.D.[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]


    [b]Mercia[/b]


    [b]Moldavia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Moldavia.htm]Moldavia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]


    [b]Mongols[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.friesian.com/mongol.htm#top]The Mongol Khâns[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Introductory guide by medievalist Kelley L. Ross with timelines, dynastic tables, maps and links[/I]
    [url=http://www.coldsiberia.org]Welcome to the Realm of the Mongols![/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on Mongol history by amateur Per Inge Oestmoen[/i]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ARTICLES/sinor1.htm]The Mongols in the West[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed article on Mongolian westward expansion by historian Denis Sinor[/i]
    [url=http://www.silk-road.com/artl/paxmongolica.shtml]Pax Mongolica[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Meneldil[/I][/size]
    [I]Illustrated article by historian Daniel Waugh[/I]
    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/mongc1.htm]Rulers of the Mongol Empires[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://home-4.worldonline.nl/~t543201/web-mongol/mongol-enter-index.htm]Mongol Horde[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on Mongol Horde by re-enactor Joska Paszli[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd/mongol_dominions.jpg]Mongol Dominions 1300 - 1405[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Map from Wlliam Shepherd's [/i]Historical Atlas [i](1911)[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://altaica.narod.ru/shengl.htm]The Secret History of the Mongols[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ru/ge/fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Medeldil[/i][/size]
    [I]First known literary source on Mongolian life dating from ca. 1240[/I]
    [url=http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/silkroad/texts/rubruck.html]William of Rubruck's Account of the Mongols[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Translation of friar Ruysbroeck's account (ca. 1260) hosted by University of Washington[/i]
    [url=http://www.miniatures.de/html/int/mongols-2000.html#]Mongolian Exhibits at EXPO 2000[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Exhibits of Mongolian camp life, armour, jewellery and flags from the 2000 exposition in Hannover[/i]


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    [b]Northumbria[/b]

    [b]Norway[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=57]Early Kings of Norway[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised version of Thomas Carlyle's 1875 classic[/i]
    [url=http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre]The Normans: A European People[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission[/I]


    [b]Ottoman Turks [/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.theottomans.org/english/index.asp]Ottoman[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on Ottoman history, warfare, art, culture and family life by historian Korkut Ozgen[/i]
    [url=http://www.ottoman-links.co.uk/showlinks.asp?category=4]The Ottoman History Resource Index[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Mouzafphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Large collection of articles, maps, dictionaries and links by two students of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies of the University of Birmingham[/I]
    [url=http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~fisher/hst373]The Middle East: Period of Ottoman Domination[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Readings, maps, images and glossary by historian Alan Fisher of Michigan State University[/i]
    [url=http://geocities.com/egfroth1/Seljuqs.htm]The Seljuqs of Rum[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Introductory article by Ozzie re-enactor Steven Lowe[/I]
    [url=http://turkicworld.org]Türkic History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the origins and history of Turks, Tatars, Alans, Scythians, Kipchaks, Huns, Volga Bulgars and other Türkic peoples by anonymous Russians(s)[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/ottomanwarfare.htm]Warfare in the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Ottoman Turks, Arabs and Mongols by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/normlaw]Armour and Warriors of the Silk Road[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on steppe warriors with emphasis on the Khazar Khanat by armourer Norman Finkelshteyn[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.history.uiuc.edu/fac_dir/todorova/Maps.htm]Ottoman Empire and Balkan maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Diverse collection of maps by history professor Maria Todorova[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.geocities.com/qilich/clothing/steppe.htm]Clothing of a Steppe Warrior[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Photographs of steppe warriors as depicted in contemporary art by Australian re-enactor[/I]


    [b]Palestine[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://rbedrosian.com/acj.htm]Crusader Kings of Antioch, Cyprus and Jerusalem[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I]Comparative dynastic tables by historian Robert Bedrosian[/I]


    [b]Papacy[/b]

    [u]Christianity[/u]

    [url=http://www.ccel.org/index/classics.html]Christian Classics Ethereal Library[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Electronic library of Christian classics from St. Augustine to Billy Graham hosted by Calvin College, Missouri[/I]

    [u]Church of Rome[/u]

    [url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen]Catholic Encyclopedia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Everything you always wanted to know about Catholicism in this on-line version of [/I]The Catholic Encyclopedia[I] of 1917[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/vatican/main2.htm]Vatican Orders of Knighthood and the Catholic orders of Chivalry[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on Chivalric Orders founded or awarded by the Pope by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/vatican.html]Vatican City - Primary Documents[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Index of on-line transcriptions, facsimiles and translations of primary sources by bibliographer Richard Hacken of Brigham Young University[/I]
    [url=http://www.regesta-imperii.org]Regesta Imperii Online[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Searchable database of all deeds and related documents of the German Emperors and Kings and the Popes from 751 a.D. to 1519 a.D.[/i]


    [b]Picts[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://members.tripod.com/~Halfmoon]Pictish Nation[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]The world's first on-line resource (since 1994) about the Picts by anonymous amateur[/i]
    [url=http://www.cushnieent.force9.co.uk/kings.html]Some Pictish High Kings (by Date)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Dynastic table (388 - 842 a.D.) by computer engineer Paul Firth[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.darkisle.com/picts.html]Grave Slabs and Pictish Symbols of Scotland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with pictures by amateurs C.Garner & P.Wright[/i]


    [b]Poland[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.poloniatoday.com/historyix.htm]A Brief History of Poland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Overview of Polish history by Polish-American Polonia Media Network[/i]
    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1]A History of East Central Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki[/i]
    [url=http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/matthaywood/main/Poland.htm]Poland 1333 a.D. to 1500 a.D.[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by dedicated wargamer Matthew Haywood[/i]


    [b]Portugal[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/spainwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Spain and Portugal[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Mouzaphaerre[/I][/size]
    [I]Sources and Resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/3908/militaryorders/contents.html]The Portuguese Military Orders[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by amateur José Vicente de Bragança[/i]
    [url=http://www.thornr.demon.co.uk/kchrist/overview.html]The Order of Christ[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Recourse by website designer Rod Thorn[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/portugal.html]History of Portugal: Primary Documents[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Index by bibliographer Richard Hacker of Brigham Young University, Utah[/I]


    [b]Romania[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/rotoc.html]A Country Study: Romania[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Country study by Library of Congress with good historical overview[/i]
    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=14&pre=3]Transylvania, A Short History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised version of 1997 monography by historian István Lázár[/i]
    [url=http://www.ucs.mun.ca/~emiller]Dracula's homepage[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by historian and Vlad-expert Elisabeth Miller[/i]


    [b]Russia/Novgorod[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html]Web Readings in Russian History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] guide to primary and secondary sources on Russian history up to 1917 by historian Nicholas Pappas[/i]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm]Russia, 862 - present[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with timelines and excellent maps by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelley Ross[/i]
    [url=http://www.strangelove.net/~kieser/Russia]Sofya la Rus’ Medieval Russian Life[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Playful resource for Medieval Russia by medical doctor Lisa Kies[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.xenophongi.org/rushistory/main.htm]Russian Military History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Large amateur resource about all aspects of Russian military history including sections on Medieval Russia, Russian rulers, arms and armour[/I]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/easteuropewarfare.htm]Warfare in Eastern Europe and Russia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://arc.novgorod.ru/second.php3?menu=emain&content=enews]Novgorod Archaeology[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/ru[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Official site of Archaeological Research Centre of Novgorod State Museum with many (English) articles, site maps, illustrations and links[/I]


    [b]Scotland[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm]Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London[/i]
    [url=http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/history/material_culture/rmclean/html/trad.htm]The Invention of the Kilt[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy NormanPain[/i][/size]
    [i]The antidote to [/i]Braveheart[i] and [/i]Rob Roy

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/scotlandwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Scotland[/url] [color=DArkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]


    [b]Sicily[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre]The Normans: A European People[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://websrv5.sdu.dk/mott/warsicilianvespers/introwsv.html]L.V. Mott: The Sicilan Vespers[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Armchair Athlete[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] guide to the War of the Sicilian Vespers (1282 – 1302) by medieval naval historian Lawrence V. Mott[/I]


    [b]Spain[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://es.geocities.com/endovelico2001/med]Medieval Spain[/url] [color=DarkOrange]es/en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource of articles, timelines and links by dedicated amateurs[/I]
    [url=http://www.uca.edu/divisions/academic/history/aarhms/default.html]Library of Iberian Resources Online (LIBRO)[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]English translations of primary and secondary sources on Spanish and Portuguese history, from the [/I]Visigothic Code[I] to the life and times of Torquemada, by the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain[/I]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572]Ibercronox[/url] [color=DarkOrange]es[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro[/i]
    [url=http://www.ku.edu/~splat/spain.html]Iberian Languages & Literatures[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Rich site with links section, essays and other resources hosted by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Kansas University[/I]
    [url=http://www.balagan.org.uk/war/0711/index.htm]Al-Andalus and the Reconquista 711 – 1492[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Great amateur site by software developer and wargamer Steven Thomas who specialises in Medieval Spain and Portugal[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/spainwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Spain[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/spanish_kingdoms.html]Maps of the Spanish Kingdoms 1030 a.D. - 1556 a.D.[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised maps from the [/i]Atlas To Freeman's Historical Geography [/i] (1903)

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/spain.html]History of Spain: Primary Documents[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by bibliographer Richard Hacken ofr Brigham Young University[/i]


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    [b]Sweden[/b] (see also [b]Vikings[/b])

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre]The Normans: A European People[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission[/I]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.chivalricorders.org/orders/stjohn/johanswd.htm]The Swedish Johanniter Order[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Annotated resource by amateur Guy Stair Sainty[/i]


    [b]Switzerland[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/germanwarfare.htm]Warfare in Medieval Germany and Switzerland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Sources and resources on wars, Bishops and battles by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd/swiss_confed_shepherd.jpg]The Swiss Confederation, 1291 – 1513[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Digitised map from William Shepherd’s [/I]Historical Atlas [I] (1911)[/I]


    [b]Syria[/b] (see also under [b]Crusades[/b])

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.sonic.net/~tallen/palmtree/ayyarch/index.htm]Ayyûbid Architecture[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised book on Syrian city and castle building from the 7th to 14th Century a.D.[/i]


    [b]Vikings[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.norman-world.com/angleterre]The Normans: A European People[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/it[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on the Norman conquests by city of Caen in collaboration with European Commission[/I]
    [url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/vikings]Vikings[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]BBC History resource with emphasis on Norman Britain[/i]
    [url=http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/vikings]NOVA Online: The Vikings[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane[/i][/size]
    [i]Playful PBS introduction: visit a Viking home, build a longship or learn Futhark[/i]
    [url=http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~cherryne/mythology.html]Norse Mythology[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Guide to the Norse mythological system by computer engineer Nicole Cherry[/i]
    [url=http://www.luth.se/luth/present/sweden/history/viking_level]The Viking Age[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Sigurd of Fafnesbane[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by student Joakim Hansson of Luleä Polytechnic[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/scandinavianwarfare.htm]Scandinavian and Viking Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Sources and resources by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://www.thearma.org/essays/vikingfight.htm]Viking Fighting Arts from 23 Sagas[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Quotations on the use of arms and armour during the Viking period written down during the 12th through 14th Centuries, compiled by the Association for Renaissance Martial Arts[/I]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/anglosaxonwarfare.htm]Anglo-Saxon Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Sources and resources for Anglo-Saxon warfare by the Society for Medieval Military History (De Re Militari)[/I]
    [url=http://www.regia.org/listings.htm]Regia Anglorum Article Index[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Simon Appleton[/i][/size]
    [I]Collection of articles from amateur re-enactment society about life and warfare in Anglo-Saxon and Viking Britain[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm]Gardiner's Atlas of English History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.simnet.is/gardarj/havamal.htm]Hávamál[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy of Sigurd of Fafnesbane[/i][/size]
    [i]The [/i]Hávamál[i] or [/i]Words of the High[i], an Icelandic poem of ca. 800 a.D. in the translation of W.H. Auden and P.B. Taylor[/i]


    [b]Wales[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/utk/default.htm]Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066 - 1603[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the history of England, France, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by The National Archives, London[/i]
    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=53]A Short History of Wales[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised version of 2002 book by historian Owen M. Edwards[/i]
    [url=http://www.ku.edu/carrie/texts/carrie_books/nelson]The Normans in South Wales, 1070-1171[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1966 monography by historian Lynn Nelson[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.castlewales.com/home.html]The Castles of Wales[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource for photographs, plans and essays by amateur Jeffrey Thomas[/i]




    [center][size=5][b]6. Early Modern :duel:[/b][/size][/center]


    [u]Early Modern Society[/u]

    [url=http://www.historyguide.org/earlymod/earlymod.html]Lectures on Early Modern European History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Series of sound, olf-fashioned lectures on all aspects of the period by historian Steven Kreis[/I]
    [url=http://www.don-juan.org]Don Juan[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/es[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy SwordsMaster[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] interactive guide to Renaissance England, Spain, France and Italy produced by the [/i]Académie de Civilisation et de Cultures Européennes
    [url=http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/endmiddle]The End of Europe's Middle Ages[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Tutorial about Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by the University of Calgary[/i]

    [u]Early Modern Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.zum.de/whkmla/military/warindex.html]WHKMLA: History of Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge resource for Early Modern and Modern warfare written and compiled by historian Alexander Ganse of the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy[/I]
    [url=http://www.myarmoury.com/home.php]myArmoury.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool[/i]
    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/CATEGORIES/lmw.htm]Late Medieval and Early Modern Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Early Modern warfare in Europe by the Society for Medieval Military History[/I]
    [url=http://ao1617.0catch.com/europe/contenu.html#Web]Les Armées d'Europe entre 1550 et 1650[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy SwordsMaster[/i][/size]
    [i]Illustrated guide to Early Modern European warfare with detailed battle descriptions by amateur Pierre Picouet[/i]
    [url=http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA]Fanaticus[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Gregorius0202[/I][/size]
    [I]Huge resource on Ancient and Medieval armies, campaigns, battles, weapons and links by dedicated wargamers and history buffs[/I]
    [url=http://www.northernwars.com]Northern Wars[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Cegorach[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by amateur and wargamer Dan Schorr and friends from the Danish Historical Society[/i]
    [url=http://www.thearma.org]Association for Renaissance Martial Arts[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource by scholars, amateurs and practitioners of Medieval and Renaissance fencing and related combat skills[/I]
    [url=http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/geometry/content.htm]The Geometry of War 1500 - 1750[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Guide to application of science to Early Modern warfare by the Oxford Museum of the History of Science[/i]
    [url=http://www.angelfire.com/ga4/guilmartin.com]John F. Guilmartin's Home Page[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Articles and book excerpts on Early Modern (naval) warfare by military historian Guilmartin[/i]
    [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battles_1401-1800]List of Battles 1401 – 1800[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Aurelian[/I][/size]
    [I]Wikipedia resource for Eurasian battles from 1401 through 1800 a.D.[/I]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/historicalmaps/index.html]Historical Map Archive[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Ironside[/I][/size]
    [I]Collection of digitalised historical maps from the 16th Century onward at the University of Alabama[/I]
    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/atlases/dawn_modern_warfare/dawn_modern_warfare_table_of_contents.html]The Dawn of Modern Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Early Modern Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.constitution.org/mac/niccolo.htm]Selected Works of Machiavelli[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Four of Niccolo Machiavelli’s classics digitised by the Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics[/I]
    [url=http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/desbillons/atlas.html]Le Miroir du Monde[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised version of world atlas (1592) by Abraham Ortelius hosted by University of Mannheim[/i]


    [b]Austria[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.civilization.ca/milhist/austria/aus00eng.html]Imperial Austria[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on Early Modern Austrian arms, armour and armies by Canadian Museum of Civilization[/i]


    [b]Bavaria[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.hdbg.de]Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    Grüss Gott [i]to the official history pages of the province of Bavaria[/i]


    [b]Britain[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.britannia.com/history/index.html]Britannia: British History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Narrative histories of England, Wales, Scotland and London, timelines, biographies, glossaries, bibliographies and historical documents by historian David Nash Ford[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.british-civil-wars.co.uk/index.htm]British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1638 – 1660[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Trax[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on all aspects and episodes of the Civil Wars by amateur David Plant[/I]
    [url=http://www.warsoftheroses.co.uk/toc.htm]Wars of the Roses[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]On-line book by military historian Michael Miller[/i]
    [url=http://www.warsoftheroses.com/index.htm]Wars of the Roses[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy ShadesWolf[/i][/size]
    [i]Quick access to timelines, main events and personalities by amateur Larry Gormley[/i]
    [url=http://www.lukehistory.com/cavalry]16th Century Cavalry 1575 - 1600[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy The Blind King of Bohemia[/i][/size]
    [i]Illustrated guide by re-enactor Luke Pearson[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm]Gardiner's Atlas of English History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts[/i]


    [b]Burgundy[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_burg.html]Renaissance Armies: The Burgundian Army of Charles the Bold[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Angelnessuno[/i][/size]
    [i]Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool[/i]


    [b]Catholic Church of Rome[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.ibiblio.org/expo/vatican.exhibit/exhibit/Main_Hall.html]Rome Reborn: the Vatican Library & Renaissance Culture[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Virtual exhibition at the Library of Congress, Washington, by WWW Exhibit Organization EXPO[/i]


    [b]Flanders/Dutch Republic[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.theotherside.co.uk/tm-heritage/background/flanders.htm]The Spanish Netherlands[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by amateurs llsa Rowe and Ian Killbery[/i]
    [url=http://www.zum.de/whkmla/region/lowcountries/dutchrevolt.html]The Dutch Revolt 1572 - 1609[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by historian Alexander Ganse of the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy[/i]
    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=35]Life of John of Barneveld, 1609-23[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised copy of 1880 life of Dutch Pensionary by historian John Lothrop Motley[/i]


    [b]France[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.lepg.org]Le Poulet Gauche[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on religion, society, war and tavern life in 16th C. France by re-enactment society[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_french.html]Renaissance Armies: The French[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Angelnessuno[/i][/size]
    [i]Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool[/i]
    [url=http://www.lepg.org/warfare.htm]The Art of Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Illustrated articles on 16th C. French battles and sieges by re-enactment society[/i]


    [b]Germany[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.geschichte.fb15.uni-dortmund.de/fnz/thirty.html]Thirty Years War 1618 - 1648[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Adrian II[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of introductory links provided by historian Stephanie Marra of Dortmund[/i]
    [url=http://www.strategos.demon.co.uk/tywhome/index.htm]Thirty Years' War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Introductory web site by military historian Toby McLeod[/i]
    [url=http://www.nsalmon.btinternet.co.uk/TYW/index.htm]Father Tilly's Thirty Years War Rules[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of detailed battle descriptions by war gamer Stephen Danes[/i]
    [url=http://www.edvdam.at/landsknechte/index.htm]Die Geschichte der Landsknechte[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Illustrated graduate thesis on the [/i]Landsknechte[i] by anonymous author[/i]
    [url=http://www.st-max.org/todesengel_main.htm]Todesengel Fahnlein[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/ge[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy SwordsMaster[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the [/i]Landsknechte[i] by the St. Maximilian Landsknecht Re-enactment Guild[/i]


    [b]Hungary[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.deremilitari.org/resources/pdfs/razso.pdf]Hungarian Strategy against the Ottomans 1365 - 1526[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Mouzafphaerre[/i][/size]
    [i]Paper by historian Gyula Rázsó for the 22nd International Commission of Military History in Vienna, 1996[/i]
    [url=http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/thou/thou05.htm]Hungarian Renaissance Warfare[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Chapter IV of Anthony Komjathy, [/i]A Thousand Years of the Hungarian Art of War [i](1982)[/i]
    [url=http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/warso/warso00.htm]The Fall of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary: Mohacs 1526 - Buda 1541[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1989 monograph by historian Geza Perjes[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/sections.php?op=viewarticle&artid=262#shields]Hungarian historical maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Enlargeable maps of Roman, Medieval and Modern Hungary by historian Donald Mabry[/i]


    [b]Italy[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.idbsu.edu/courses/hy309/docs/burckhardt/burckhardt.html]The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Jacob Burckhardt's classic in a 1878 translation by S.G.C. Middlemore[/i]


    [b]Ottoman Turks [/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.theottomans.org/english/index.asp]Ottoman[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on Ottoman history, warfare, art, culture and family life by historian Korkut Ozgen[/i]
    [url=http://coursesa.matrix.msu.edu/~fisher/hst373]The Middle East: Period of Ottoman Domination[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Readings, maps, images and glossary by historian Alan Fisher of Michigan State University[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~rs143/ottoma.jpg]Growth of the Ottoman Empire From the Early 14th Century Till 1512[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Map hosted by the University of Pennsylvania[/i]
    [url=http://www.history.uiuc.edu/fac_dir/todorova/Maps.htm]Ottoman Empire and Balkan maps[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Diverse collection of maps by history professor Maria Todorova[/i]


    [b]Poland[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1]A History of East Central Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki[/i]
    [url=http://www.poloniatoday.com/historyix.htm]A Brief History of Poland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Overview of Polish history by Polish-American Polonia Media Network[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.jasinski.co.uk/wojna/index.htm]Polish Renaissance Warfare 1450 – 1699[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Cegorach[/I][/size]
    [I]Articles and links on Polish army development, wars, battles and maps for the period by amateur S.A. Jasinski[/I]


    [b]Russia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html]Web Readings in Russian History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Guide to primary and secondary sources on Russian history up to 1917 by historian Nicholas Pappas[/i]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm]Russia, 862 - present[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with timelines and excellent maps by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelley Ross[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.xenophongi.org/rushistory/main.htm]Russian Military History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Large amateur resource about all aspects of Russian military history including sections on Early Modern Russia, Russian rulers, arms and armour[/I]


    [b]Spain[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572]Ibercronox[/url] [color=DarkOrange]es[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro[/i]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.geocities.com/ao1617/Index.html]Index of the Spanish Tercio[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr/es[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Yggdrasill[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for the elite forces of the Spanish monarchy in the 16th and 17th Centuries by amateur Pierre Picouet[/I]
    [url=http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/8788/tercios.htm]Los Tercios españoles en el Imperio[/url] [color=DarkOrange]es[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy SwordsMaster[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on the Tercios by amateur Paco Fernandez with illustrations of banners, weapons, etcetera[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs/spain.html]History of Spain: Primary Documents[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource by bibliographer Richard Hacken ofr Brigham Young University[/i]


    [b]Sweden[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.algonet.se/~hogman/slkrig_eng.htm]The Many Swedish Wars[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource on Sweden's wars from 1521 to 1814 by military historian Hans Högman[/i]


    [b]Switzerland[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_swiss.html]Renaissance Armies: The Swiss[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Angelnessuno[/i][/size]
    [i]Commercial resource for historic arms and armour collectors with essays, picture galleries and a unique 'weapon comparison' tool[/i]


    [b]Ukraine[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.historynet.com/mh/blcossackpirates]Cossack Pirates of the Black Sea[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Lenghty article on Ukrainian/Crimean pirates from [/i]Military History[i] magazine[/i]


    [b]Venice[/b]

    [u]Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.shsu.edu/~his_ncp/Stradioti.html]Stradioti: Balkan Mercenaries in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Italy[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Article about the mounted Greek and Albanian mercenaries by historian Nicholas Pappas[/i]



    [center][size=5][b]7. Napoleonic Era :charge: [/b][/size][/center]


    [u]Napoleonic Warfare[/u]

    [url=http://www.zum.de/whkmla/military/napwars/napwarindex.html]Wars of the Napoleonic Era[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for Napoleonic Wars written and compiled by historian Alexander Ganse of the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy[/I]
    [url=http://web2.airmail.net/napoleon/index.html]Napoleon, His Army and Enemies[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]Franconicus[/i][/size]
    [i][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on all military aspects of the Napoleonic Era by multinational team[/i]
    [url=http://www.napoleon-series.org]The Napoleon Series[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] resource on all military aspects of the Napoleonic Era hosted by author Robert Burnham[/I]
    [url=http://www.militaryheritage.com]MilitaryHeritage.com[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Huge resource for Colonial and Napoleonic wars with in-depth articles, timelines, battle descriptions, links, on-line journal, events, music files and military miniatures and replica’s by Canadian private company [/I]The Discriminating General
    [url=http://www.rickard.karoo.net/subject_napoleon.html#battles]Napoleonic Wars[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy Tricky Lady[/I][/size]
    [I]Concise articles on Napoleonic wars and the treaties, persons, weapons and concepts involved by the Military History Encyclopedia on the Web[/I]
    [url=http://www.grosser-generalstab.de]Preussische Militärgeschichte[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Scholarly resource for Prussian military history including essays, maps, timelines, battle descriptions, biographies, document reprints, details on flags, uniforms, &cetera by archivist and military historian Lars-Holger Thümmler[/I]
    [url=http://www.kuk-wehrmacht.de/geleitoe.htm]Österreichische Militärgeschichte[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I]Scholarly resource for Austro-Hungarian military history including essays, maps, timeline, battle descriptions and biographies by archivist and military historian Lars-Holger Thümmler[/I]
    [url=http://www.napitalia.org.uk/eng/index.shtml]Napitalia[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on Napoleon’s Italian Army (1805-1815) with timeline and details on leaders, units, organisation and battle descriptions by computer programmer Chris Hunt[/I]
    [url=http://www.kgl.de]The King’s German Legion[/url] [color=DarkOrange]ge/en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource for the campaigns of the German Legion 1803 – 1815 by the Hannoverian Society for Military History[/I]

    [u]Maps of the Napoleonic Era[/u]

    [url=http://www.dean.usma.edu/history/web03/atlases/napoleon/napoleon%20war%20index.htm]Napoleonic Wars[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Collection of political maps and battle diagrams from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point[/i]

    [u]Primary Sources[/u]

    [url=http://www.clausewitz.com/CWZHOME/PrincWar/Princwr1.htm]Principles of War[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Carl von Clausewitz’ 1812 classic digitised by National War College professor Christopher Bassford[/I]
    [url=http://napoleonic-literature.com/AgeOfNapoleon/Memoirs.html]Napoleonic Memoirs[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][I]courtesy AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Memoirs (partly digitised) of kings, statesmen, soldiers and courtesans with timeline, biographical detail and link section by art historian P.A. Teter[/I]


    [b]France[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.napoleon.org/en/home.asp]Napoléon[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en/fr[/color] [size=1]courtesy [I]AdrianII[/I][/size]
    [I]Resource on all aspects of the First and Second Empire by public-private [/I]Fondation Napoléon
    [url=http://www.histoire-image.org]L’Histoire de France par l’image 1789 - 1939[/url] [color=DarkOrange]fr[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [I][color=Red]Superb[/color] iconographic resource with timelines, extensive annotated image library, essays and links from 1789 onwards, set up by French historians and curators[/I]
    [url=http://www.napoleonguide.com/]Napoleonic Guide[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1]courtesy [i]AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Comprehensive amateur site about everything Napoleonic compiled by Ozzie journalist Richard Moore[/i]


    [b]Britain[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.britannia.com/history/index.html]Britannia: British History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Narrative histories of England, Wales, Scotland and London by historian David Nash Ford[/i]

    [u]Maps[/u]

    [url=http://www.livgenmi.com/gardinertoc.htm]Gardiner's Atlas of English History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AlexPeters[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised 1892 atlas by Gardiner made available by American enthusiasts[/i]


    [b]Poland[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://historicaltextarchive.com/books.php?op=viewbook&bookid=1]A History of East Central Europe[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Digitised copy of 1998 book by historian Oscar Halecki[/i]
    [url=http://www.poloniatoday.com/historyix.htm]A Brief History of Poland[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Overview of Polish history by Polish-American Polonia Media Network[/i]


    [b]Prussia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://mars.vnet.wnec.edu/~grempel/courses/germany/lectures/04prussian.html]The Prussian Tradition[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Short, sound lecture by historian Gerhard Rempel[/i]


    [b]Russia[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.shsu.edu/%7Ehis_ncp/365Read.html]Web Readings in Russian History[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Meneldil[/i][/size]
    [i]Guide to primary and secondary sources on Russian history up to 1917 by historian Nicholas Pappas[/i]
    [url=http://www.friesian.com/russia.htm]Russia, 862 - present[/url] [color=DarkOrange]en[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy Big John[/i][/size]
    [i]Resource with timelines and excellent maps by 'Friesian' philosopher Kelley Ross[/i]


    [b]Spain[/b]

    [u]Background[/u]

    [url=http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/2572]Ibercronox[/url] [color=DarkOrange]es[/color] [size=1][i]courtesy AdrianII[/i][/size]
    [i]Detailed chronology of Spanish history with dynastic tables, coats of arms, lists of Grandmasters of Military Orders &cetera by historian Jesús de Castro[/i]



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    Great idea. Thanks for volunteering Adrian.

    Seriously, if you (or anyone else) post it, I'll sticky it. Your proposed organizational layout seems good to me. The only suggestion I'd have is to give credit to the patron who provided the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregoshi
    Great idea. Thanks for volunteering Adrian.
    Yup, I know I'm an idiot. I guess this makes it official...


    Seriously: thank youo, Gregoshi. I will gradually edit my proposal above, adding detail and incorporating patrons's suggestions for lay-out etcetera, until the whole thing looks acceptable to everybody. All input is welcome, of course.
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    This isn't included in Adrian II's posts?


    [color=Wheat]-[/color]
    Something like this? ~;)

    [b]Medeniyet ve Târih [i](Civilization and History)[/i][/b]
    [indent][b]Referans [i](Reference)[/i][/b]
    [url="http://www.nezihuzel.com/"]Ex Oriente Lux[/url]
    [url="http://www.kessler-web.co.uk/HistoryFiles.htm"]The History Files[/url]
    [url="http://www.friesian.com/"]The Proceedings of the Friesian School[/url]
    [url="http://www.omniglot.com/writing/index.htm"]Omniglot - a guide to writing systems[/url]
    [url="http://www.euratlas.com/"]Cartes d'Europe Euratlas maps of Europe[/url]
    [url="http://www.panix.com/%7Emittle/names/"]Medieval Names Archive[/url]
    [url="http://www.thehistorynet.com/"]TheHistoryNet.com[/url]
    [url="http://www.hostkingdom.net/Chivalry.html"]Orders of Chivalry[/url]
    [url="http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html"]Medieval Sourcebook: Introduction[/url]
    [url="http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html"]ART HISTORY RESOURCES ON THE WEB: Contents[/url]
    [url="http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=44"]Paradox Interactive Forums - History Forums[/url]

    [b] Müzeler [i](Museums)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.metmuseum.org/home.asp"]The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: metmuseum.org[/url]
    [url="http://www.khm.at/"]Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien[/url]
    [url="http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/"]The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia -- Powered by IBM[/url]
    [url="http://www.britac.ac.uk/"]The British Academy - the national academy for the humanities and the social sciences[/url]

    [b]Makáleler, haberler [i](Articles/essays, news)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://arsiv.hurriyetim.com.tr/ozel/turk/99/10/18/ozehab/02oze.htm"]Üçüncü Roma İmparatorluğu[/url]
    [url="http://www.ne.jp/asahi/luke/ueda-sarson/Luke%27s_1st_page.html"]Luke Ueda-Sarson's Web-site[/url]

    [b]Ünvanlar, Hitap Şekilleri ve İsimler [i](Titles, Styles and Names)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_and_noble_ranks"]Royal and noble ranks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobility"]Nobility - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landgrave"]Graf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byzantine_aristocracy_and_bureaucracy"]Byzantine aristocracy and bureaucracy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Peerage"]Category:Peerage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ban_%28title%29"]Ban (title) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_honorifics"]English honorifics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forms_of_Address_in_the_United_Kingdom"]Forms of Address in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_honorifics"]Japanese honorifics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_post-nominal_letters"]List of post-nominal letters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_%28manner_of_address%29"]Style (manner of address) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://www.heraldica.org/topics/odegard/titlefaq.htm"]A Glossary of European Noble, Princely, Royal and Imperial Titles[/url]
    [url="http://www.heraldica.org/faqs/titel.htm"]A Glossary of Titles in 35 Languages[/url]
    [url="http://www.heraldica.org/topics/royalty/royalstyle.htm"]Royal Styles[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazoku"]Kazoku - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]

    [b]Lisan ilimleri [i](Language sciences)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.heraldica.org/faqs/titel.htm"]A Glossary of Titles in 35 Languages[/url]
    [url="http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aramaic_alphabet"]Aramaic alphabet - Wikipedia[/url]
    [url="http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orhon_inscriptions"]Orhon inscriptions - Wikipedia[/url] [url="http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runic"]Runic alphabet - Wikipedia[/url]
    [url="http://www.omniglot.com/writing/brahmi.htm"]Brahmi Alphabet[/url]
    [url="http://www.ancientscripts.com/"]AncientScripts.com[/url]

    [b]Bayraklar, Armalar... [i](Flags, COAs...)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.angelfire.com/ak5/alexflags/index.html"]Historical Flags for Wargames[/url]
    [url="http://heraldry.mol.com.mk/"]Хералдика во Македонија[/url]
    [url="http://www.heraldica.org/"]Heraldica[/url]
    [url="http://www.heraldique-europeenne.org/Accueil.htm"]Héraldique européenne - European heraldry - Free coats - Free pictures[/url]
    [url="http://hitoto.at.infoseek.co.jp/"]Coat of Arms[/url]
    [url="http://rustaveli.tripod.com/heraldry/index.html"]Sakartvelo - Georgia[/url]
    [url="http://www.eecs.tufts.edu/%7Emkaminow/HERALDRY/"]SilverDragon Heraldry[/url]

    [b]Haritalar, atlaslar... [i](Maps, atlases...)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/index.html"]Historical Maps - Perry-Castañeda Map Collection - UT Library Online[/url]
    [url="http://www.euratlas.com/summary.htm"]Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe[/url]
    [url="http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Sparta/3976/"]Khazar Historic Maps[/url]
    [url="http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/%7Ers143/map.html"]Other Maps Relating to Islam's Historical Development[/url]
    [url="http://www.euratlas.com/big/big1400.htm"]Full map of Europe AD 1400[/url]
    [url="http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/20centry.htm"]Historical Atlas of the 20th Century[/url]
    [url="http://www.princeton.edu/%7Ehumcomp/dimensions.html"]Dimensions of Empire[/url]

    [b]İlm-i Neseb [i](Genealogy)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.ac.wwu.edu/%7Estephan/Rulers/bourbon.html"]The French Monarchy: The French Bourbons [/url][url="http://www.ac.wwu.edu/%7Estephan/Rulers/"]Royal Genealogies[/url]

    [b]Harb târihi [i](Martial history)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.deremilitari.org/"]De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History[/url]
    [url="http://www.totalwar.org/cgi-bin/forum/ikonboard.cgi?;act=ST;f=3;t=14743"]Maori warfare[/url]
    [url="http://www.amazonminiatures.com/youandwhosearmy/weapons.asp"]Weapons Glossary[/url]
    [url="http://showthread.php?t=27958"]The Guild - Military History of India[/url]

    [b]Nümizmatik [i](Numismatics)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.snible.org/coins/"]Numismatics[/url]
    [url="http://www.wildwinds.com/"]Ancient Coins: Roman, Greek, Byzantine and Celtic Numismatic Reference[/url][url="http://www.wildwinds.com/"] for Attribution and Valuation[/url]
    [url="http://www.geocities.com/romaniancoins/"]ROMANIAN COINS - MAIN PAGE[/url]

    [b]İslâm [i](Islam)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/%7Ers143/map.html"]Other Maps Relating to Islam's Historical Development[/url]
    [url="http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/%7Ers143/map.html"]Other Maps Relating to Islam's Historical Development[/url]
    [url="http://www.princeton.edu/%7Ehumcomp/dimensions.html"]Dimensions of Empire[/url]
    [url="http://numerus.ling.uu.se/%7Ekamalk/language/saladin.html"]http://numerus.ling.uu.se/~kamalk/language/saladin.html[/url]
    [url="http://www.palden.co.uk/palden/p4-saladin.html"]Salah-ad-Din - by Palden Jenkins[/url]

    [b]Îran ve Mezopotamya [i](Iran and Mesopotamia)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.parthia.com/"]Parthian Empire - History and Coins of Ancient Parthia[/url]
    [url="http://home.btconnect.com/CAIS/"]Circle of Ancient Iranian Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (CAIS at SOAS)[/url]
    [url="http://www.parthia.com/"]Parthian Empire - History and Coins of Ancient Parthia[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iranian_monarchy"]Iranian monarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://www.artarena.force9.co.uk/iran.htm"]Iransaga - Persian history, art and culture[/url]
    [url="http://www.angelfire.com/rnb/bashiri/Samanid/Samanid.html"]Samanid Renaissance and Establishment of Tajik Identity[/url]
    [url="http://www.iranchamber.com/history/historic_periods.php"]History of Iran: Historic Periods & Events[/url]
    [url="http://www.qajarpages.org/qajdyn.html"]The Qajar (Kadjar) Dynasty Pages[/url]
    [url="http://www.qajarpages.org/"]The Qajar (Kadjar) Pages[/url]
    [url="http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/FULLTEXT/JR-ENG/cha.htm"]Naval Warfare in ancient India[/url]
    [url="http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/arabia1.html"]Ancient History Sourcebook: Ancient Accounts of Arabia, 430BCE-550CE[/url]
    [url="http://www.parthia.com/"]Parthian Empire - History and Coins of Ancient Parthia[/url]
    [url="http://www.iranica.com/"]Encyclopaedia Iranica[/url]

    [b]Mısır [i](Ægypt)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://nefertiti.iwebland.com/timelines/topics/canals.htm"]Canals for Shipping in ancient Egypt[/url]

    [b]Fenike, Kartaca, Yunan, Helenistik devletler [i](Phonicia, Carthage, Hellenes, Hellenistic states)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.barca.fsnet.co.uk/index.htm"]Hannibal Barca and the Punic Wars[/url]

    [b]Roma (Làtin, Hıristiyan, Helenistik), Selçuklu, Osmanlı [i](Rome [Latin, Christian, Hellenistic], Selchuq, Ottoman)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://arsiv.hurriyetim.com.tr/ozel/turk/99/10/18/ozehab/02oze.htm"]Üçüncü Roma İmparatorluğu[/url]
    [url="http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/comnena-cde.html"]Anna Comena: The Alexiad [0n the Crusades][/url]
    [url="http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1c.html"]Medieval Sourcebook: Byzantium[/url]
    [url="http://www.ottoman-links.co.uk/"]The Ottoman History Resource Index[/url]
    [url="http://www.roman-britain.org/"]WELCOME TO ROMAN BRITAIN[/url]
    [url="http://www.roman-emperors.org/"]Roman Emperors - De Imperatoribus Romanis[/url]
    [url="http://www.geocities.com/aeldricc/tacitus_germania.html"]Tacitus' Germania in English[/url]
    [url="http://members.lycos.nl/romans/dbg3/Ch3_22.htm"]The Gallic War[/url]
    [url="http://www.romancoins.info/"]Roman Numismatic Gallery[/url]
    [url="http://www.friesian.com/decdenc1.htm"]Roman Decadence, Rome and Romania, and the Emperors Who Weren't[/url]
    [url="http://www.thepaolas.com/Emperors/emperors.html"]Justin Paola's Collection of Roman Emperors[/url]
    [url="http://www.internet-encyclopedia.org/wiki.phtml?title=Roman_Emperors"]List of Roman Emperors - Internet-Encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://la.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperatores_Romani"]Imperatores Romani - Wikipedia[/url]
    [url="http://www.vroma.org/%7Ebmcmanus/socialclass.html"]Roman Social Class and Public Display[/url]
    [url="http://www.vroma.org/"]VRoma: A Virtual Community for Teaching and Learning Classics[/url]
    [url="http://www.ualberta.ca/%7Ecsmackay/CLASS_378/Equites.html"]Equites[/url]
    [url="http://www.ualberta.ca/%7Ecsmackay/"]Christopher S. Mackay[/url]
    [url="http://www.fenrir.dk/history/database/"]Hellenistic and Roman Bibliography[/url] [url="http://www.romancoins.info/Caesar-Sculputure.HTML"]Caesaren[/url]
    [url="http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/16CSidi1.html"]Medieval Sourcebook: Sidi Ali Reis (16th Century CE): Mirat ul Memalik ("The Mirror of Countries")[/url]
    [url="http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/home.html"]Bill Thayer's Web Site[/url]

    [b]Hindistan [i](India)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://showthread.php?t=27958"]The Guild - Military History of India[/url]
    [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mughal_emperors"]List of Mughal emperors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]
    [url="http://xoomer.virgilio.it/_XOOM/mramerin/bengal.html"]Portuguese Bengal. History of Ugolim (Hoogli),Meliapore (Sao Tome),Chittagong...[/url]
    [url="http://www.wsu.edu:8080/%7Edee/MUGHAL/CONTENTS.HTM"]The Mughals: Table of Contents[/url] [url="http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/mogul/"]Kamat's Potpourri: When the Moguls Ruled ... - When the Moguls Ruled India..[/url]
    [url="http://members.tripod.com/%7EINDIA_RESOURCE/mughal.html"]Indian History, Mughals, Akbar to Aurangzeb, Mughal Legacy: Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh[/url]

    [b]İndonezya, Malaysiya, Filipinler... [i](Indonesia, Malaysia, Philipinnes...)[/i][/b]

    [url="http://www.bartleby.com/67/339.html#c3p00682"]4. Southeast Asia, c. 900-1557. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History[/url]
    [url="http://www.bartleby.com/67/867.html"]3. The Philippines, 1500-1800. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History[/url]
    [url="http://www.filipinoheritage.com/history/early_philippines.htm"]Kasaysayang Ng Lahing Pilipino - The Early Philippines[/url]
    [url="http://www.filipinoheritage.com/history/arrival_spanish.htm"]Kasaysayang Ng Lahing Pilipino - The Arrival of Spanish[/url]
    [url="http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/6497/"]Dutch Portuguese Colonial History.[/url]
    [url="http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/6497/"]Portugese en Nederlandse Koloniale Geschiedenis. Historia Colonial de Portugal e Holanda. Ceylon(Sri Lanka),India,Malacca,Ghana,Tobago,Brazil,Formosa(Taiwan),Indonesia,New York(Amsterdam),Timor,South[/url]
    [url="http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/6497/"] Africa,Asia,Mauritius,Mombasa,Bengal,Angola,Mozambique,Guyana,Caribbean.[/url]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouzafphaerre
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    Something like this?
    Exactly, m8 !!

    It pains me, of course, to see the Kingdom of the Netherlands next to Snorri's Heimskringla and the Heiliges Roemisches Reich Theutscher Nation.

    Seriously, I'll take a close look at all of it and try to sort it out according to period etcetera. Please bear with me (and have patience) because I'm going to need your help.

    I suppose guys like Sigurd of Fafnesbane, Pindar, Hurin Rules, Aurelian and many others will have ideas and links to add. This might become a Frankenstein monster and we may have to shoot it... but after some pruning and the scaling back to generic links it might be manageable after all.

    Thanks again, Mouzafphaerre.
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    To clear possible misunderstanding in advance, this is a relevant segment from my bookmarks file. There are intersections with the Monastry but that's all. I also have a few hundred "unclassified" links.

    Translation of the titles and subtitles will help I guess? [DONE ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouzafphaerre
    Translation of the titles and subtitles will help I guess? [DONE ]
    Great, Mouzafphaerre.

    I knew you were a great amateur of encyclopedic knowledge, and these bookmarks reflect the range of your curiosity and interests.

    Please look at the tentative lay-out I have edited into my original post and tell me what you think of it. I feel that we should first (1) await the input of others, then (2) settle on a particular lay-out, and finally (3) get down to the nitty-gritty of the choice of links.

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    Timelines as a general guide is OK but too much subdivisions will, I'm afraid, fail when there are simply no detailed resouces OR the sources to be dealt with aren't specific to a certain subtitle.

    As you probably have noticed, I prefer geography over chronology in my bookmarks but either way is OK to me.
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    A very good idea indeed.
    I'm going to post here every piece of info I found for the Diadochi Total War mod, as well as some other interesting things.



    General :
    Maps :

    Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, on http://ancienthistory.about.com/ [already posted]


    Hellenistic World :
    Maps :

    The Hellenistic Kingdoms from 303 BC to 145 BC

    General :

    Alexander's Successors : The Diadochi

    The Diadochi : The World after the death of Alexander the Great 323 - 281 BC

    An Online Sourcebook for the History, Numismatics, Epigraphy, Art and Archaeology of the Seleukid Empire

    Antigonus the Successor "Diadochoi"

    The Cimmerian Bosphorus

    Numismatic from the Hellenistic Age, the Roman World and the Byzantine Empire

    The House of Ptolemy, an aid in the study of the Ptolemaic (Macedonian-based Greek), Roman Imperial (Greco-Roman), and Byzantine rulers of Egypt based in Alexandria

    The Ptolemaic Dynasty, Wikipedia

    The Seleucid Empire, Wikipedia

    Lysimachus, Wikipedia

    Antigonus I Monophthalmus, Wikipedia

    Cassander, Wikipedia

    Warfare :

    The Evolution of Hellenistic Infantry : the Reforms of Iphikrates and the Infantry of the Successors.

    Lorganisation militaire de la monarchie Sleucide (in French)

    The Diadochi Wars Timeframe

    Edit : I noticed Mouzafphaerre already posted some of these links.
    I don't know if all of them are valuable, but well, as far as possible, I tried to avoid links to Macedonian or Greek sites (mostly cause many of them are full of "Macedonians are greeks" and "Macedonians aren't greeks")
    Last edited by Meneldil; 03-02-2005 at 17:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meneldil
    I'm going to post here every piece of info I found for the Diadochi Total War mod, as well as some other interesting things.
    Thank you very much, Meneldil!

    Your links are particularly appreciated because I want to turn this into a tool for TW players and modders, with the emphasis on the periods and nations and their warfare covered by the game and its various mods.
    Edit : I noticed Mouzafphaerre already posted some of these links.
    I will try to deal with the problem of overlap, but the assistance of patrons in correcting my mistakes is very welcome.
    I tried to avoid links to Macedonian or Greek sites (mostly cause many of them are full of "Macedonians are greeks" and "Macedonians aren't greeks")
    I think we can not and should not shy away from controversy because that is part and parcel of historiography. Some conflictuous material will have to be included, but I trust we can deal with that.

    Thanks again!!
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    To save you some time, I'm going to put a sticky to links that have already been posted.

    If you think biased and controversial work should be in, I'm going to post this kind of links aswell ;)

    Btw, do we have to post english sites only ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meneldil
    To save you some time, I'm going to put a sticky to links that have already been posted.
    Thanks, you are most helpful.

    I'll continue working on it. I think we're beginning to see the skeleton of the animal, but I am not satisfied yet. We want all the bones in place before we can add the meat and skin and breathe life into it.

    Edit
    As for the language, I think we should only include non-English links if they (1) contain unique information relevant to the TW games, and (2) they are not available in English at all.

    So, no original Old French Froissart, because the Bibliotheque Nationale has made him available in English. But, say, a link to an original Norse chronicle with bearing on the TW games that has never been translated into English is definitely on.
    What do you think?
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    A couple more links :

    Les guerriers du Japon

    A lot of useful informations about the Samurais and Middle Age Japan.

    http://www.culturalresources.com/
    Last edited by Meneldil; 03-05-2005 at 12:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meneldil
    Qu'il est beau! The author even enlisted the help of Turnbull and Sasama. I've entered it under Sengoku Jidai, Warfare.Good link, I'm still looking for the right spot to insert it.

    Will you do me another favour. Would you please take a good look at the Alexander and Hellenistic Kingdoms subheading and tell us what's missing, redundant or plain wrong?

    Grand merci, Meneldil!
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    This is looking fantastic! Let me know when you are ready for me to sticky it. Great job to all who contributed and special thanks to AdrianII for putting it all together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregoshi
    This is looking fantastic!
    The lay-out feels good now, so I've started to cover more bases with links.

    I'm scouring both the .org (I've been working the Hosted Mods forum today) and the WWW for links. I've asked some members by PM to look into certain areas to help me out. We'll get there somewhere this week, though I'll be fine-tuning it for a while and I'll keep an eye on it as long as I'm an active member of course.

    You can stick it (pun unintentional) whenever you want, Gregoshi. I'll change the introductory text so it looks like a proper sticky. Would you care to change the name into, say, Virtual Library or On-line History Resource or sumpin'? I'm a bit of a stickler for decorum.

    Back to work now ..
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    A very nice site about ancient Nabataean kingdom :

    http://nabataea.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meneldil
    A very nice site about ancient Nabataean kingdom :

    http://nabataea.net/
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    That is some excellent work AdrianII!

    And you, Mouza!

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    This is a nice tread, good that it's sticky too!

    have been typing for hours or what? that first post is longer than me!
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    http://scholar.google.com/

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    Sorry did not check all your links but it is a wonderfull effort.
    I posted some Ancient in the HTW Library:

    https://forums.totalwar.org/vb/showthread.php?t=33509

    For Napoleonic links:

    http://www.thelordz.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3010

    Very good and a major source,this is my favorite:

    http://www.teacheroz.com/toc.htm

    Sorry of some are already known to you.

    Cheers,

    LZoF
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Zimoa of Flanders
    Sorry did not check all your links but it is a wonderfull effort.
    Thanks, Lord Zimoa of Flanders! I had already copied the links you posted in the HTW, I browsed that entire forum yesterday. Those about Persia are already in the sticky with your name next to them as contributor.

    Should you find anything TW-history-related on the Web in future, remember to keep us posted.

    Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khelvan
    http://scholar.google.com/

    Your new best friend.
    Thanks, Khelvan! I have already incorporated a bunch of historical resource links which I found in your various modding threads. I like the dedication of the true modder, and I hope your mod is shaping up to your satisfaction.
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    don't know if this is the kind of stuff that you're looking for..

    www.myarmoury.com
    info on historic weapons and armor.
    mostly a resource for collectors, with lots of reviews of replicas and such.
    but it has cool feature articles too. examples:
    http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_seax.html
    http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_armies_burg.html

    another weaponry oriented site
    http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtya...wski_bible.htm
    about the maciejowski bible, which is an illuminated old testament.
    it is essentially a chronicle of 13th century arms.
    some example of the detail:
    http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtya..._images_10.htm
    http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtya.../otm10ra&b.gif
    http://www.medievaltymes.com/courtya...a&bdetail1.gif
    now i'm here, and history is vindicated.

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