Last edited by pannonian; March 23, 2008 at 12:12 AM. Reason: Big link.
Sorry for the late answer, been kinda busy (and am still).
History of Spain, lots of books about history of Spain, mostly middle ages.
Interdum feror cupidine partium magnarum Europe vincendarum.
History about ancient greeks cities
Maps of Napoleonic Wars:
(To Administrator, please update this thread, many thanks.)
National Security Archive from USA
Thanks to milns, nekus, redirflow and Odovacar for links.
If anyone stumbles across something about "Armies in the hellenistic age" then please post it here.
*Removed Rome/Culture as all links were dead.
*Removed alot of dead links
I need to write a long essay about the knight orders of the medival era
I stumbled upon this while researching Cataline for a Latin paper, and just had to share it:
This site has writings from almost any Roman or Latin author you could think of; from Augustus and Cicero to Suetonius and Virgil. There are literally hundreds of choices here.
Anyone interested in anyone from Roman history should check it out.
One Caveat: a background in Latin is reccommended, as some of the minor works are only partially translated, some not at all. Most major works by the well known authors are translated, however.
Also, don't use the search bar, use the browse buttons at the bottom. They work better.
For Roman history...The History of Rome podcast is very good
Son of Carl von Döbeln
Very interesting site focusing on history of medieval hungarian kingdom, english translation availible;
Needed a little of exploration
History of medieval hungarian kingdom
I found www.bbc.co.uk/history is an excellent introductory history site, with lots of topics covered. It's all well presented with a broad range of audio-visial and interactive content (time-lines, maps, ...). It also contains a growing archive with many stories relating to WW2.
"Tempus edax rerum." Ovid, Metamorphoses
Under the patronage of Virgil.
Thanks to pannonian, Winter, the tenth legion, Manuel Komnenos and The White Knight for links.
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A great online library, classical works in original, sources, etc.
One more candy for you all...especially castle lovers
Really huge database for Castles in Hungary - mainly on Hungarian language but lot of pics and 3d(lot of views), and interactive map
Castles in Hungary
Good link, Comnenos
If you are french you check here whether any of your ancestors was executed during the jacobin terror!
Thought i'd share some nice material on ancient Chinese history,
-Professor Rafe de Crespigny's online publications:
An in-depth anaysis of the Eastern Han and the Three Kingdoms, including a translation of a large portion of the Zizhi Tongjing
-Professor Edward Kaplan's articles on the entireity of Chinese history:
-A site dedicated to the Silk Road:
Has translations of various historical texts, in cluding portions of the Shiji and Han Shu
-Nice maps of China at different points in history:
-Something else I stumbled accross, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire:
Download the Sagas, or Jordanes with some older articles:
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