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The online gallery of the British Library. This section contains over 30,000 pages from manuscripts held in the British Library. Check out the “Virtual Books” section – it allows you to turn the pages of famous medieval illuminated manuscripts like the Lindisfarne Gospels.
This is the “Collection Online” section of the British Museum. It includes subsections about British history and links to specific artifacts held in the museum, with explanations of those artifacts and their significance.
The Perseus Project from Tufts University is a digital collection of primary sources, both in their original languages and in translation. The “Germanic” section includes transcriptions and translations of Viking Sagas, Beowulf, and other documents. The “Classics” section includes Roman works, which tell us about early English history.