For more very  interesting links in German or Dutch see the respective language sections. Change the language for that below at the menu at the left.

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Online Medieval and

Classical Library

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Huge online Medieval and classical Library. A place worth for repeated visits.

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Sacred Texts

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The largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet.

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Jörmungrund

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Subject is Old Icelandic literature, primarily Eddaic and Skaldic poetry. There are no religious strings attached. The Webmaster is neither Ásatrúar nor “Asatruar”. His interest in the subject is strictly philologic and antiquarian.

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Anglo Saxon Chronicle

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The famous “Anglo Saxon Chronicle” online. One of the most important documents for Anglo Saxon history, although it does not present a complete history of those times and is probably not 100% accurate, either.

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Germanic Mythology

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Germanic Mythology – Resources for researchers. Ancient sources and older and newer scholarly works.

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Varus Battle

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Website of the German Museum and Park “Kalkriese” with extended information about many aspects of the Varusbattle. The museum and Park are really worth visiting them.

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Encyclopedia

of Mythology

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A unique internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion which serves the serious researcher, the student, and the casual reader. It includes a database with deities from all over the world.

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Rune Project Kiel

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A linguistic database of the oldest written attestations of the Germanic languages, the inscriptions in the Older Futhark, which, among many other things, contains a complete collection of the inscriptions in the Older Futhark published until April 2012.

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Icelandic Sagas

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The Icelandic Saga Database is an online resource dedicated to the digital publication of the Sagas of the Icelanders. The text is Icelandic, but, if available, translations are offered too.

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Origin and Deeds

of the Goths

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The “Origin and Deeds of the Goths”, originally called “De origine actibusque Getarum”, short name “Getica”, by the 6th Century historian Jordanes.

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Viking Society

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Page of the Viking Society for northern Research with their annual journal which is one of the world’s leading publications in the field of medieval Northern studies. The site contains quite a few of other related information.

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Successors of Rome

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Six major Germanic tribes, the Visigoths, the Ostrogoths, the Vandals, the Burgundians, the Lombards, and the Franks participated in the fragmentation and the collapse of the Western Roman Empire. This contribution gives a elaboration.

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The Heroic Age Journal

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The Heroic Age is a fully peer-reviewed academic journal, focused on Northwestern Europe during the early medieval period ( early 4th through 13th centuries).  All online files are offered to users free of charge for educational or personal purposes.

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Viking Asnwer Lady

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The site of the Viking Answer Lady (Gunnora Hallakarva) contains a lot of articles which give answers on very many questions you may have or that may rise in the future.

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