Provides a lengthy overview with hyperlinks within the text
to provide further information on specific topics. Organized around
a descriptive outline. Source: The Catholic Encyclopedia.
A companion to a college course on the Crusades. Includes topic
links for each crusade, historical background links, and a "virtual
pilgrimage" to Jerusalem, tracing the historically traveled route
followed by the crusaders. Source: Dr. Skip Knox, professor at Boise State
and the Contributions of Islam
Designed for younger students. Divided into small pages covering
particular topics. Click on the terms near the top for info. on "The
Crusades," "The Arabs," and "Later Crusades."
Each topic has links to key terms embedded within the text, with important
points reiterated at the end in a bulleted list. A list of age-appropriate
links is also included. Source: Electronic Passport, a group of sites
designed and maintained by Mike Dowling, 6th and 7th grade
teacher of geography in Palm Beach, Florida.
The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Includes a hyperlinked outline, extensive links to a variety
of crusades resources, bibliography and more. The outline links to 2-3
page discussions on each topic such as the first crusade, military and
political background, etc. Source: ORB, a collective effort with contributors
from a variety of academic fields, including professors, graduate students
and amateur historians.
A FAQ(frequently asked questions) page about the crusades. Includes
some links to online crusade resources, information from historical
documents, and bibliographic information for further research. Source:
Dr. Helen Nicholson, professor of history, in association with the Society
for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East(SSCLE), an international
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