|Official Salisbury Cathedral Web Site
This site is mainly directed toward parishioners and tourists, containing such information as opening hours, a schedule of events, and a list of tours. Also of interest is a brief history and timeline of the Close, as well as a map of the area surrounding the cathedral.
|Official Westminster Abbey Web Site
In addition to the usual practical information for tourists and parishioners, this site features a full historical tour of Westminster Abbey and movies that provide panoramic views of the interior and exterior of the abbey.
|Amiens Cathedral Web Site
Sponsored by the Media Center for Art History at Columbia University, this is an in-depth web site on the history of Amiens Cathedral. It includes a large collection of digital images, QuickTime tours of different parts of the cathedral, flash animations, and primary source material related to the construction of the cathedral.
|Notre-Dame de Paris Web Site
This site was developed by Stephen Murray of Columbia University for the Media Center for Art History. There is a small virtual tour of the exterior of the cathedral, some historical material regarding the cathedral's use, and an exhaustive bibliography of primary and secondary sources.
|Images of Medieval Art and Architecture
This site is maintained by Alison Stones, a professor of art history at the University of Pittsburgh. The images are broken down into geographical regions and many maps are included. The extensive glossary has the added feature of QuickTime movies that provide the correct pronunciation of terms.
|Medieval English Towns
This site focuses on medieval English urban history and provides capsule histories of selected towns, a good introduction to the definition and administration of medieval towns, as well as a well-organized and comprehensive listing of links related to medieval English urbanism, including a brief history of Salisbury.
|The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
This is a fully searchable portal site sponsored by Georgetown University. It provides links to a vast array of web sites covering all aspects of medieval history and culture, including a special section on medieval England.
|ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
This site features links to scholarly articles related to medieval studies. The links are subject to peer review by an editorial board that includes professors from many different fields. In addition to the scholarly articles, which are conveniently arranged by date, the ORB seeks to provide such teaching resources as syllabi and other supplementary materials.
|The Grove Dictionary of Art
This resource is available by subscription only, but is the most comprehensive online resource for art available on the web.