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Legend of the Holy Grail: Free Web Sites

For Margot Valles' ENG 368. The goal is to help students studying the mysterious Holy Grail: what it is, what its origins are, what winning it provides, and what secrets and myths are bound up with it.

Free Web Sites

Arthuriana: Arthurian Resources and Studies

"The Arthurian Resources section of this website was founded in 1998 and is concerned with current research into the early Arthurian legend, especially its Welsh manifestations."  Author is an English scholar.

Camelot Project

"The Camelot Project is designed to make available a database of Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information. The project, begun in 1995, is sponsored by the University of Rochester and prepared in The Rossell Hope Robbins Library, located in Rush Rhees Library."

FYS-1FS-M Avalon to Camelot: Websites

A course/research guide from Manchester University on the Quest for King Arthur.

Internet Medieval Sourcebook

" The goal  here then has been to construct an Internet Medieval Sourcebook from available public domain and copy-permitted texts."  From Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies.

Luminarium: Anthology of  English Literature

"A comprehensive anthology and guide to English literature of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Seventeenth Century, Restoration and Eighteenth Century."

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

This guide is a list of scholarly resources in Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Studies. Intended primarily for librarians; it may be useful to scholars in this field.  It is curated and managed by members of the European Studies Section (ESS) of the Association of College & Research Libraries. Users are free to copy and edit content from this guide for their own purposes.

Medieval Christianity: the Holy Grail

Suggested readings from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.

Quest for the Holy Grail

From the British Library

Voice of the Shuttle

" Its mission has been to provide a structured and briefly annotated guide to online resources that at once respects the established humanities disciplines in their professional organization and points toward the transformation of those disciplines as they interact with the sciences and social sciences and with new digital media."

 

 

 

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