Museums on Flickr-Flickr is a great photo storage and sharing site. Many museums use their Flickr account for the type of photos you'd often see on social media: people at events, receptions, and the like, but others use it to share their collections with the world wide web. Here are a few of interest to the medievally-minded.
Archaeology Data Service-Archaeology Data Service is a premier source if you are researching the British Isles, as well as other locations around the globe.
Novum Inventorium Sepulchrale-Kentish Anglo-Saxon Graves and Grave Goods in the Sonia Hawkes Archive This resource includes many of the graves discovered by antiquarians and archaeologists in the 18th & 19th Centuries, but described and analyzed with modern expectations. The archive also includes the older notes and sketches, as well as fresh photos and drawings. You WILL have […]
Swedish Historiska Museet searching-So, I happened across some interesting wire weaving type “posaments” at http://www.silberknoten.de via Medieval Silkwork. In one of the pages, it references the “fantastic online catalogue with pictures” of the museum in Stockholm. So off I go, to seek out said museum and it’s wonders.
Anglo-Saxon Resources – Part 1-Anglo-Saxon Kent Electronic Database (ASKED) Sue Harrington and Stuart Brookes, 2008 Introduction | Overview | Query | Downloads | Download Support | Help | Feedback Introduction ASKED, the Anglo-Saxon Kent Electronic Database was built collaboratively by Stuart Brookes and Sue Harrington to facilitate our respective PhD researches at UCL Institute of Archaeology, from 1998-2000. A […]