Use of historical sources
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|The National Archives||
Access to thousands of primary historical sources plus related articles and learning resources.
|Primary sources, Use of historical sources, History||view|
|BYZANTINE SOURCES IN TRANSLATION||
This link takes you to a very useful bibliography of Byzantine sources and editions. It lists available translations of Byzantine sources in...
|Primary sources, Use of historical sources, Historiography, Ancient rome, Late Roman, Roman empire, Byzantium, Early Christian||view|
Dedicated to the history of the study and practice of history in Britain over the...
|Use of historical sources, Historiography, Historical reseach, History||view|
|Oxfordshire History Gateway||
A guide and reference source for researchers and potential researchers into Oxfordshire’s history, archaeology, landscape and buildings. It aims...
|Oxford, Oxfordshire, Use of historical sources, Landscape, Buildings, History||view|
|ANCIENT SOURCES AND TRANSLATIONS||
This site gives a very helpful alphabetical list of ancient sources, along with links to online translations (where available) and other useful...
|Primary sources, Use of historical sources, Ancient history, Historiography, Ancient rome, Roman empire, Late Roman, Greek history, Byzantine, Early Christian, Decline and Fall, Transformation of the Roman Empire||view|
This link takes you to a site that has a great deal of useful information about a number of key sources for our period: Eusebius. Eunapius,...
|Primary sources, Use of historical sources, Chronicle, Historiography, Byzantine, Late Roman, Roman empire, Ancient rome, Early Christian||view|
Enables the user to search across a wealth of archives held at over 220 institutions in England, Scotland and Wales. Covers arts and humanities,...
|Art, Humanities, Social sciences, Science, Technology, Health & hygiene, Life sciences, Use of historical sources, History||view|