Internet Jewish History Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)
Internet Islamic History Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)
Internet Global History Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)
Digital Scriptorium (digitized manuscripts; useful for images)
Medieval Resources Online (annotated links to other websites)
Online Medieval Sources Bibliography (bibliography of primary sources, but not the sources themselves)
Walters Museum online collection (digitized images)
Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index (bibliography of primary and secondary sources; not full-text)
Race and Medieval Studies: A Partial Bibliography (crowdsourced bibliography; not full text)
Global Medieval Sourcebook:
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