Christ Church, Canterbury
Church, Cult, and Codices

MDVL 6000
Summer 2005

Online Resources (Gateway to Canterbury and Saint-Denis: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Two Churches at the Intersection of Medieval Culture, Robert F. Berkhofer, principal investigator) (The official site of Canterbury Cathedral) (Scott McLetchie’s website on Thomas Becket, which includes a bibliography and a pictorial tour of Canterbury Cathedral) (An image databank on Canterbury Cathedral, © 1997-2000 Elizabeth A. Peterson) (Kent Resources, including the “unofficial pages” on Canterbury Cathedral, © P. E. Blanche 1994-2004) (A list of the Archbishops of Canterbury, with links to brief entries on selected archbishops, © 2003 LLC) (An annotated list of the archbishops of Canterbury, © Historic UK) (The ORB: On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies, © 2003 Kathryn Talarico) (The Internet Medieval Sourcebook web site on studying history, participates in ORB) (Self-proclaimed as “the internet connection for medieval resources,” NetSERF is an annotated directory of Web sites on medieval topics.) (Yale University Library annotated bibliography on Medieval Studies) (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries pathfinder on medieval studies) (The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies, © 1994-2002, Martin Irvine and Deborah Everhart, Georgetown University: a directory of Web sites on medieval topics)