An online archive of materials relevant to students and researchers in early and medieval Irish studies. Funded and hosted by University College Cork, the site is divided into four main sections: 'Images' (photographs of artefacts and sites); 'Text Archive' (PDF files, mainly of rare secondary sources); 'Articles' (PDF files of articles by staff of UCC); and a 'Celtic Noticeboard' (announcements).
The Celtic Inscribed Stones Project (CISP) is an AHRB-funded project based at University College London. The aim of the project is to study medieval Celtic inscriptions (Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Brittany, the Isle of Man, and parts of western England) in the period approximately 400-1100 CE.
This is the website of the Cambridge department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic. ASNC covers 'the history, material culture, languages, and literatures of the various peoples who inhabited the British Isles and Scandinavia in the early Middle Ages'. The Resources section will be particularly valuable to teachers and students, with extensive sections with links to images and facsimiles of texts.
The homepage describes the project goals and offers continuous updates on the achievements of the project. This resource contains bibliographic details of publications in the DMLCS ancillary series, reports on the preliminary edition of a full-text Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature (ACLL) on CD-ROM and online, and a lemmatised Celtic-Latin Word-List on the Web, which may be browsed alphabetically. Links are provided to kindred ventures and to the current editorial board.