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I have put links here to websites that have good online resources for ancient and medieval history.

Here is the link for Google Translate.  It is a surprisingly decent online translation tool- http://translate.google.com/

The website for the Society for Medieval Military History.  It has lots of articles on medieval military history, reviews of books, and links to primary sources- http://www.deremilitari.org/

Website of Episcopus: The Society for the Study of Episcopal Power and Culture in the Middle Ages.  It has links to primary and secondary sources on Church history- http://www.episcopus.org/

British History Online has a number of primary and secondary texts of value for British History- http://www.british-history.ac.uk/Default.aspx

The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies- http://www.the-orb.net/

The Internet Medieval Sourcebook has links to numerous primary texts in translation- http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook.html

The Internet Ancient Sourcebook has links to numerous primary texts in translation- http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook.html

The Internet Modern History Sourcebook has links to primary texts in translation- http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook.html

The East Asian History Sourcebook has links to primary materials in translation- http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html

The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester is an online portal for primary and secondary materials on King Arthur- http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/cphome.stm

Luminarium provides links to literary source material- http://www.luminarium.org/

Netserf is an online clearing-house of links to websites regarding medieval topics- http://netserf.org/

Durham Cathedral Muniments.  A website of scanned images of medieval documents for palaeographical study- http://www.dur.ac.uk/medieval.documents/index2.htm

Website of the Wheelock Latin Series- http://www.wheelockslatin.com/

Website of the Texas Medieval Association- http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/tmahome.html

Website of the Charles Homer Haskins Society- http://www.haskins.cornell.edu/

Website of the Medieval Academy of America.  The Links page is especially helpful- http://www.medievalacademy.org/

Medievalists.net is a website about, by, and for medievalists- http://www.medievalists.net/

A really cool interactive map of the Roman world allowing you to calculate shipping times and distances between various points- http://orbis.stanford.edu/