Anglo-Saxon Civilization – Anglo-Saxon section of the NetSERF medieval site. Includes subsections on Anglo-Saxon civlization, art, archaeology, laws, and chronicles.
Anglo-Saxon England: a Guide to Online Resources – Anglo-Saxon section of ORB: the Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies. Offers a wealth of resources for Anglo-Saxon studies: essays, bibliographies, images, electronic editions, links, and other resources.
Apocalyptic Theories – An introduction to the idea of the apocalypse in Old-English, as part of an MA thesis. Includes Old English and modern English versions of several works with apocalyptic themes.
The Bible Translation Project – Includes authentic Old English translations of certain books of the Bible as well as translations of certain books into Old English by modern authors.
Ða Engliscan Gesiþas – Historical society’s site covers various aspects of Anglo-Saxon studies. The online community area provides discussion forums, news, announcements, articles, and book reviews. Other pages include sound recordings of Old English poetry, a bibliography, an excerpt from an Old English course, and studies of the Anglo-Saxon calendar, ornithology, and runes.
Glossed Texts at University of Calgary – Includes a number of Old English poems and prose excerpts with glossaries. Text and glossary appear in different frames. Each word of text is hot-linked to a corresponding glossary entry. Site also provides links to electronic editions of other poems and prose.
The Heroic Age: Anglo-Saxon Links – Index to Anglo-Saxon studies. Provides links to Old English literary texts, translations, bibliographies, historical sites, archaeological sites, Old English language, manuscripts, art, and religion.
Old English Resources – Carl Berkhout’s site at the University of Arizona provides images of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, a record of Anglo-Saxon scholars and scholarship past and present, and links to other Old English sites.
TOEBI – Home page of Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland. Includes links to electronic texts and online resources, a list of Old English courses throughout the UK, and a list of audio-visual resources.