Brandeis University’s catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance resources online is another useful tool for anyone looking for material to enrich their SCA experience.
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.
Another great resource for Medieval Studies, this one from Georgetown University. The Laybyrinth has links to a variety of material broken down by category.
Researchers using NASA technology have put photographs of most of the Dead Sea Scrolls on the internet for free.
A UCLA-trained botanist has successfully resurrected two long extinct plant species in Israel.
For those interested in the study of currency, the British Numismatic Society has made their journal freely available online dating back to 1903.
The British Library’s Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts contains over 35,000 public domain images from more than 4,200 different manuscripts!
Archaeologists in Israel have discovered a 2750-year-old temple near Jerusalem.