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Institute of Scottish Historical Research
Institute of Scottish Historical Research University of St Andrews
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St Leonard's Ossuary
One of only 2 Bone Crypts (Ossuary's) left in the country - St Leonard's, Hythe, Kent
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The Trafalgar Roll
The names of some 1640 officers and men who served in the various ships of the line
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Medieval Soldier
The detailed service records of 250,000 medieval soldiers 1369 to 1453
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British Library
British Library
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British Monarchy
British Monarchy
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Mediaeval Manuscripts
Mediaeval Manuscripts, St Johns College Library, University of Cambridge
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British Association for Local History
Our purpose is to encourage and assist the study of Local History as an academic discipline
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Voluntary Action History Society
Promotes the history of voluntary action, and charitable and voluntary organisations
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The National Archives
The UK government's official archive
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The Historical Association
Aims to further the study, teaching and understanding of History
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The National Archives of Scotland
Based in Edinburgh, NAS has one of the most varied collection of archives in the British isles.
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Institute of Historical research
Large collection of primary resource materials.
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Images of England
A‘point in time’ photographic library of England’s listed buildings
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Family and Comm'ty Historical Resaerch Soc.
Victorian social history, migration, Victorian social classes & history
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Council for british Archeology
The CBA is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology
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British Cartographic Socirty
The BCS promotes all aspects of cartography to a wide range of potential users.
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BBC family history
The local and family history pages on the BBC website
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AIM25
Archives in London and the M25 area
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Medieval Wall Painting in the English Parish Church
Medieval Wall Painting in the English Parish Church
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Internet Mediaeval Sourcebook
Internet Mediaeval Sourcebook – England
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Cadw
Cadw is the Welsh Government’s historic environment service
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The Wallace Collection
A national museum in an historic London town house
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The Royal Armouries
The Royal Armouries is Britain’s national museum of arms and armour.
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Tallinn, Estonia
Tallinn, Estonia – untouched mediaeval city - website has sound
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Carcassonne
best preserved mediaeval town in France
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Rothenburg
best preserved mediaeval town in Germany
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The Mary Rose
The Mary Rose – Henry VIII’s warship
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The Scriptorium
site dedicated to mediaeval articles and links
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King’s Capuchins’ Catacombs of Palermo
Catacombs in Palermo where there are thousands of corpses lined on the walls like paintings.

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Mediaeval Sources online
Electronic project from Man Univ which provides the full texts of many source books
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Paston Letters
The famous Paston Letters on-line
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The Association for Renaissance Martial Arts
Manuals on many different types of fighting
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Antique & Mediaeval Atlas
Maps of Europe 1AD to 1500AD
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Cyndi’s list
A list of Genealogical sites on the internet
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Old bailey Archives
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913
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Pathe
British Pathe Film Archive 1896-1970
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Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Details of deaths and memorials of those who died for us
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Women’s History Sourcebook
Online documents which reflect ways of looking at the history of women
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Renaissance Festival Books
Renaissance & Early Modern Festival Books 1475-1700
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The Luminarium
Anthology of Middle English Literature 1358-1485
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Art History Resources
Art from anvient to modern times
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Archeon
Archeon Historical Theme Park in Holland
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Archives Hub
The Archives Hub enables you to search across a wealth of archives throughout the UK
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Archives Network Wales
A web-searchable index to archive sources in Wales
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