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The Cambridge History of Medieval Political Thought C. 350-C. 1450 by J.H. Burns (Editor)

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Limited Area Search of the Ancient and Medieval Intrernet.

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A Bibliography on the Medieval Theories of Supposition and Mental
Language

Site created and maintained by Raul Corazzon. 

The only complete bibliography on medieval logical theory of supposition and of theories about mental language.

Site Includes:

bulletBibliography in alphabetical order
bulletBibliography in chronological order

 

Exploring Ancient World Cultures

The EAWC Internet Index tracks a variety of resources that are relevant to ancient and medieval times and that might prove useful to students and teachers who are engaged in serious study. It is divided into five sub-indices: a chronology, an essay index, an image index, an internet site index and a primary text index.

Each of these is further divided into sections, one for each of the cultures represented:

bulletNear East
bulletIndia
bulletEgypt
bulletChina
bulletGreece
bulletRome
bulletEarly Islam
bulletMedieval Europe

 

Byzantine & Medieval Studies Sites

This page attempts to track ALL Byzantine material on the Internet, and ALL significant entry points for Medieval studies. Ancient and Classical links, except insofar as they impinge directly on Byzantine and Western Medieval matters, should be sought out via the direct links provided to  ARGOS associates which track and maintain sites devoted to the Ancient world.

Indexes Include:

bulletByzantine Top Sites
bulletGeneral Byzantine
bulletCity Specific Sites
bulletTechnical Sites
bulletMusic
bulletRelated Regions
bulletMiscellaneous
bulletDepartments
bulletCourse Materials
bulletByzantine Art
bulletByzantine Texts
bulletCommercial Sites
bulletLinked Subjects - Religion
bulletOrthodoxy
bulletOrthodox Churches
bulletCatholicism
bulletJudaic Studies
bulletLinked Subjects - Ancient Studies
bulletGeneral
bulletArcheology
bulletAncient Near East
bulletEgypt
bulletPersia
bulletAncient Greece
bulletGreek Language
bulletAncient Rome
bulletAncient Israel
bulletBible Resources
bulletNT Period
bulletPatristics
bulletLate Antiquity
bulletSyriac Studies
bulletLinked Subjects - Medieval Studies
bulletSlavic World
bulletMedieval West
bulletGeneral
bulletDocuments
bulletManuscripts
bulletArt & Architecture
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bulletItaly
bulletSpain
bulletFrance
bulletEngland
bulletVikings
bulletGermany
bulletLow Countries
bulletMisc
bulletIslam
bulletTurkish Studies
bulletGreece after 1453
bulletGeneral Resources
bulletGeneral History
bulletGeneral Research

 

The Net Bible

The NET Bible (New English Translation) is a completely new translation of the Bible, not a revision or an update of a previous English version. It is being completed by more than twenty biblical scholars who are working directly from the best currently available Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts. The translation project originally started as an attempt to provide an electronic version of a modern translation for electronic distribution over the Internet and on CD-Rom. Anyone a ywhere in the world with an Internet connection will be able to use and print out the NET Bible without cost for personal study. 

 

The Bible Gateway

The Bible Gateway offers 6 different, searchable versions of the Bible in 9 different languages.

 

The Linked Word Project

A resource offered by Bob Jones University.

 

A Guide to Christian Literature on the Internet

 

By ICLNet.  This document contains pointers to internet accessible literature related to Classical Christianity
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The Labyrinth:  Resources for Medieval Studies

Sponsored by Georgetown University.   The Labyrinth provides free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server at Georgetown University. The Labyrinth's easy-to-use menus and links provide connections to databases, services, texts, and images on other servers around the world.

 

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy:   Medieval

bulletEarly Middle Ages: Origen, Augustine
bulletHigh Middle Ages: Anselm, Lombard, Aquinas
bulletLate Middle Ages: Eckhart, Ockham

 

Medieval Philosophy and Theology Journal

Medieval Philosophy and Theology is a semi-annual, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of original scholarship in all areas of medieval philosophy and theology.

 

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