An index of some of the tombs and monuments that can be found in English Cathedrals from the Medieval to Early 20th Century.
Covers Medieval, Rennaisance, 17th century, and Restoration works. Site contains a number of etexts, and an encyclopaedia to provide historical contexts for the people, places, and events featured (mostly excerpts from Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed).
Over 18,000 photographs of medieval and ancient stained glass panels at over 500 locations in England and France.
National Archives Education Service, bringing history to life through award-winning programme of taught sessions and online resources.
Designed for use in the classroom, these online features and printable files (PDFs) help educators introduce to their students the richness and diversity of works in various collections of the Metropolitan Museum. Publications include a variety of illustrations and descriptions of selected works of art, historical and cultural background, classroom applications in the form of lesson plans and activities, and other useful material.
Material consists of large illustrated pdf files on Greek, Egyptian, Chinese, Medieval, Rennaisance, Islamic, African, Asian, and Byzantine art.
The subjects covered by the Museum are:
- Medieval logic and philosophy (Fourth to sixteenth century)
- Traditional logic (sixteenth century to early twentieth century)
- ‘Aristotelian’ logic and philosophy, particularly in the Latinised form that prevailed in the medieval West
- Latin in medieval logic and philosophy
- Medieval universities and teaching
- Theology, particularly as informed by logic
- Medieval culture generally
- Early history of mathematical logic
- Philosophy of language
- Philosophical logic