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Off campus, these resources are available only to RVCC students, staff, and faculty and require a login with your G# and password.
Avalon Project: Medieval Documents (400-1399) and 15th Century Documents (1400-1499) - This collection out of Yale Law School contains documents in law, history, and diplomacy. Browse by date or search from the home page.
The Codex Quetzalecatzin - 16th century Aztec map digitized by the Library of Congress.
Cyark: World Heritage Sites - Explore 3-D images of 200 sites on all seven continents. Cyark was founded in 2003 to digitally record, archive and share the world's most significant cultural heritage and ensure that these places continue to inspire wonder and curiosity for decades to come. Narrow by country or theme using the dropdown menus, or use the date range sliders to choose a beginning and/or ending date.
Digitized Illuminated Manuscripts (British Library) - Use this website to view digitised copies of manuscripts and archives in the British Library’s collections, with descriptions of their contents.
Epistolae: Medieval Women's Letters - A project of Columbia University, this is a collection of letters to and from women dating from the 4th to the 13th century AD. These letters from the Middle Ages, written in Latin, are presented with English translations and are organized by the women participating.
EuroDocs: Online Sources for European History - Hosted by Brigham Young University, this site brings together links to primary source documents grouped by country or time period.
Europeana Collections: 1200-1299, 1300-1399, 1400-1499 - Browse by time period or search from the homepage in this portal that provides access to over 50 million digitized items – books, music, artworks and more from thousands of European archives, libraries and museums.
Icelandic Saga Database - An online resource dedicated to publishing this large body of medieval Icelandic literature. Not all texts have English translations; look for the British flag.
The Paris Codex - Digital version of an ancient Maya hieroglyphic book.
Perseus Digital Library: Germanic Materials - From Tufts University, this collection contains translations in English as well as Old Norse and Old English.
Perseus Digital Library: Renaissance - From Tufts University, this collection contains texts and translations in English. Also contains some secondary sources.
World Digital Library: Europe: 8000 BCE-499 CE, Europe: 500-1499, North America: 8000 BCE-499 CE, North America: 500-1499 - View texts and artifacts along with a brief description of the item. Some sources are from later in history but are about something from this time period. Browse by time period or search from the home page.