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The index "Time Period" arranges the content and subject of internet resources chronologically.

  1. 6th - 15th centuries, 500 - 1499
  1.  all times (322)
    1.  999 - 1 B.C. (16)
      1.  1th - 5th centuries, 1 - 499 (31)
        1.  6th - 15th centuries, 500 - 1499 (18/389)
          1.  6th - 15th centuries, 500 - 1499, in general (123)
            1.  6th century, 500 - 599 (3)
              1.  7th century, 600 - 699 (4)
                1.  8th century, 700 - 799 (5)
                  1.  9th century, 800 - 899 (14)
                    1.  10th century, 900 - 999 (18)
                      1.  11th century, 1000 - 1099 (28)
                        1.  12th century, 1100 - 1199 (46)
                          1.  13th century, 1200 - 1299 (70)
                            1.  14th century, 1300 - 1399 (115)
                              1.  15th century, 1400 - 1499 (217)
                              2.  16th - 19th centuries, 1500 - 1899 (42/1007)
                                1.  20th century, 1900 - 1999 (91/1374)
                                  1.  21th century, 2000 - (355/1687)
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                                    1. Art Project, publisher : Google, abstract: The 'Art Project' is a unique collaboration with some of the world's most acclaimed art museums to enable people to discover and view more than a thousand artworks online in extraordinary detail. You can explore museums with Street View technology that is owned by Google. The virtually move around the museum's galleries allows to navigate though interactive floor plans and to discover featured artworks at high resolution. Expanding on the info panel, you can read more about an artwork and find more works by that artist. Each museum was able to chose the number of galleries, artwork and information they wanted to include, all content in the information panel pertaining to individual artworks was also provided by the museums. For now the following museums are included in the project: - Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin - Germany - Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian, Washington DC - USA - The Frick Collection, NYC - USA - Gemäldegalerie, Berlin - Germany - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC - USA - MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, NYC - USA - Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid - Spain - Museo Thyssen - Bornemisza, Madrid - Spain - Museum Kampa, Prague - Czech Republic - National Gallery, London - UK - Palace of Versailles - France - Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam - The Netherlands - The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg - Russia - State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow - Russia - Tate Britain, London - UK - Uffizi Gallery, Florence - Italy - Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam - The Netherlands
                                    2. CER.ES - Colecciones en Red, title alternative : La Red Digital de Colecciones de Museos de Espana, publisher : Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte / Spanien, abstract: In this database you can find the collections of more than 70 museums in Spain, for example of the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Madrid, the Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla and some more artmuseums but also anthropological and archaeological museums.
                                    3. Cleveland, The Cleveland Museum of Art - Collection online, publisher : Cleveland Museum of Art / Cleveland <Ohio>, abstract: The website of the Cleveland Museum of Art offers access to its different collections (like African, Japanese, Chinese and Indian art, prints and drawings, European and american painting and sculpture) online.
                                    4. Digitised Manuscripts, publisher : British Library / London, abstract: The 'Digitised Manuscripts' section of The British Library website provides access to fully digitised manuscripts held at the Library and their descriptions. You can search the database or browse the manusripts. For example there are 34 manuscripts of the Harley Collection, the Codex Nitriensis and the Theordore Psalter.
                                    5. Epistemic History of Architecture, title alternative : Studies in the knowledge of building practitioners, publisher : Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte / Berlin; Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte / Rom, abstract: The building trade was based on the practical, unwritten, traditions of craftsmen, master builders and architects well into the modern era. The practical knowledge of building implicit in activity is the subject of the project 'The Epistemic History of Architecture'. The project reconstructs the intellectual bases that were used to solve the technical and logistic problems related to a differentiated building practice. The main research areas of the project are the Neolithic Near East, ancient Mesopotamia, Pharaonic Egypt, classical Greece and Rome, the early Middle Ages in northern Europe, and early modern Italy. The website informs about research topics, current publications and workshops.
                                    6. Irish Script on Screen (ISOS), publisher : School of Celtic Studies / Dublin, abstract: Irish Script on Screen (ISOS) is a project of the School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. The object of ISOS is to create digital images of Irish manuscripts, and to make these images - together with relevant commentary - accessible on a WWW site.
                                    7. London, The Warburg Institute / Library - Digital Collections, publisher : Warburg Institute <London>, abstract: The aim of these digital collections is to make out-of-print source material on Medieval and Renaissance studies freely available online. Books are scanned, printed out on archival paper, bound and placed on the shelves. The originals are kept in the Reserve Books Room. A low resolution version of the pdf file is placed on the web and made available through the ulrls catalogue. Part of the collections are: Astrology & Astronomy, Bibliotheca Bruniana Electronica, Emblem books, Engraved Gems, Encyclopaedias, Fables, Festivals, Game Books, Iconography of Christian Art, Italian Academies, Mnemonics, Mythological Literature, Prophecies, Renaissance Platonism, Sources of Italian Art, Sources of European Architecture, Survival of Classical Art, Survival of Classical Authors: Ovid - Virgil.
                                    8. Manuscript Studies, title alternative : Senate House Library University of London, publisher : University of London / Senate House Library, abstract: The Senate House Library Website offers a wide selection of links to databases and tools concerning manuscrips and miniatures. This also encompasses links to image databases and online catalogues of libraries world wide.
                                    9. miniatura italiana, creator : Melograni, Anna, abstract: The website informs the user about the subject manuscripts. There are current references to auctions, exhibitons, workshops and publications. There is a list of interessting websites aboute the subject manuscripts and there are joboffers for academics in the field of medieval or manuscript research.
                                    10. Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Online Catalogue, publisher : Münzkabinett / Berlin, abstract: The holdings of the Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin reaches from the beginning of coinage in the 7th century B.C. to 21st century Euros. In addition to more than 500,000 items (coins, medals, notes, tokens) the Cabinet also holds sealings, dies, and historical minting tools. The online-catalogue allows you to browse by region, period, given key-words, holdings (Altes Museum, Bode-Museum), or by search fields.
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