Another guide to research

Brandeis University’s catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance resources online is another useful tool for anyone looking for material to enrich their SCA experience.

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Net Serf

Another resource collection, NetSerf.org provides links research on a plethora of topics ranging from art and architecture through science and technology in the Medieval world.

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The Labyrinth

Another great resource for Medieval Studies, this one from Georgetown University. The Laybyrinth has links to a variety of material broken down by category.

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The Dead Sea Scrolls Online

Researchers using NASA technology have put photographs of most of the Dead Sea Scrolls on the internet for free.

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Recreating Ancient and Medieval Plants?

A UCLA-trained botanist has successfully resurrected two long extinct plant species in Israel.

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The British Numismatic Society Journal Online

For those interested in the study of currency, the British Numismatic Society has made their journal freely available online dating back to 1903.

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The British Library Catalog of Illuminated Manuscripts

The British Library’s Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts contains over 35,000 public domain images from more than 4,200 different manuscripts!

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Ancient Temple Discovered in Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered a 2750-year-old temple near Jerusalem.

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