United Kingdom Wielka Brytania

  • Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (Ondrej Tichy)
  • Apocalyptic Ideas in Old English Literature (Carolyn Esser)
  • Baragona's Arthurian Legend Home Page (Virginia Military Institute, Lexington)
  • Cambridge History of English and American Literature (
  • Camelot Project (University of Rochester)
  • Canon of John Lydgate Project (Stephen Reimer, Alberta University, Canada).
  • Canterbury Tales Project (De Montfort University)
  • CELT. Corpus of Electronic Texts (Cork, Ireland)
  • Charles W. Nelson Homepage
  • Chaucer MetaPage (University of North Carolina)
  • Complete Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Poetry (University of Aberdeen)
  • Complete Corpus of Old English (University of Toronto)
  • Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse (Humanities Text Initiative, University of Michigan)
  • Electronic Beowulf Project (CD ROM, British Library Publications, University of Michigan Press)
  • Engelond: Resources for 14th-Century English Studies (University of Missouri, Kansas City)
  • Fontes Anglo-Saxonici. A Register of Written Sources Used by Anglo-Saxon Authors (Oxford University)
  • Gwarnant. Medieval Welsh Poetry (Jeff Davies)
  • History of the United Kingdom: Primary Documents 1066-1485 (EuroDocs)
  • Luminarium. Anthology of Middle English Literature: 1350-1485 (Anniina Jokinen)
  • Medieval English Literature on the World Wide Web (Alan Keig, Adelaide University Library)
  • Medieval Irish Poetry (Maureen S. O'Brien)
  • Middle English Collection at the Electronic Text Center (University of Virginia Library)
  • Middle English Compendium (University of Michigan)
  • Middle English Romances (Stephen H.A. Shepherd, Southern Methodist University)
  • Old English Newsletter Online (Roy Liuzza, University of Tennessee)
  • Piers Plowman Electronic Archive (Hoyt Duggan, University of Virginia)
  • Records of Early English Drama (Victoria College University of Toronto)
  • Starn Scots Teaching and Research Network (University of Glasgow)
  • Teams Middle English Texts (TEAMS)
  • Welsh Authors. Medieval Texts (Chris Grooms)
  • York Doomsday Project (Lancaster University)
  • York Mystery Plays (The National Centre for Early Music)