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༦ont face="Georgia">ࠠԨere are MANY history-related websites. Finding them is easy - the hard part is sorting through the information and verifying its accuracy. Much of our knowledge has been lost over time, and many surviving sources conflict with each other.

     In this modern age, the Internet gives us access to information from other countries. You may notice that sites based in other countries (like Britain, Germany, China, Russia, Moslem countries, etc.) may have different information than US sites have available. Sometimes their information is better than ours, sometimes it's not.

༦ont face="Georgia">ࠠ TAL's History Links is only a list of the best history websites that I've found during my research. My list is by no means the most comprehensive; there are already websites that database all the history links they find. They have a lot of information, if you have time to dig through all of it. Hopefully my list will save you some time...

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༡ href="#Regional_History">Regional History: Africa | Asia | Europe |


Great Historical Map Sites:

Animated Atlases:༢r /> * Atlas of World History
* Patrice Henrio. Histoire Mondiale (in French)
* Explore the Mediterranean

Static (non-animated) History Maps:
* John Nelson. Historical Atlas of the World
* Euratlas Maps of European History,

* Columbia University's Maps of South Asia 
 * History & Commercial Atlas of China on Huhai.net

General History Sites:


1. Regnal Chronologies by Bruce Gordon

2. The Xenophile Historian by Charles Kimball

3. Macrohistory and World Report by FSmitha

Friesian School of Philosophical History

5. Livius' Ancient History Articles

6. AllEmpires.com History Forum

7. Bartleby's Encyclopedia of World History (2000)


9. Historical Map Resources on the University of Texas website


10. Early British Kingdoms


11. History &ïmmercial Atlas of China


12. DK Atlas of World History, 2000 edition.

* See the TAL_Map_Sources page for more of my sources!

* Also several wikipedians have sent me information to help correct minor errors or add missing information.


Link Databases:


1.ࠂruce Gordon (Regnal Chronologies)

2.ࠂogomolov.Pl (Wiki-talk page)

History Maps: 
John Nelson's www.WorldHistoryMaps.com


Regional Histories:

African History

Asian History

European History:

Other History:

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