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Byzantium

Abandoned Holy Valley Ihlara
Early Christians have constructed their rock houses and temples by carving the tufes in the valley of Ihlara.

Archive of Papers & Watermarks in Greek Manuscripts
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine

Byzantine Architecture Project
Princeton University

Byzantine Chant
Topics range from basic fundamental historical information, to advanced topics that would only be understood by more advanced readers.

Byzantine Clothes

Byzantine Studies on the Internet
Fordham University

Byzantium
University of Michigan Collections and Expeditions.

Byzantium: The Romaioi Site

Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Queens College, CUNY

Excavations at Sepphoris, Israel
The University of South Florida.

Gallery of Byzantine Art
Explores various aspects of life and some enduring themes which distinguish Byzantium's long history through the display and interpretation of three hundred objects of Byzantine art and material culture. Royal Ontario Museum.

The Glory of Byzantium
Online exhibition includes examples of art from the first golden age of Byzantine art (324730) and the late period, which ended with the Turkish conquest in 1453. Also, history, timeline and teacher resources. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

History of Romiosini
Hellenism in the Middle Ages.

The Ihlara Valley
Describes a fantastic valley in central Turkey filled with ancient Byzantine underground dwellings and churches. The site includes historical, cultural and geological history accompanied by beautiful photographs.

Jerusalem in Early Christian Times
An Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs Internet Exhibit.

Monumenta Musicae Byzantinae
The MMB microfilm collection contains more than 680 items. It is intended for use by scholars attached to MMB, the institute, visiting scholars and advanced graduate students who have chosen Byzantine chant as a subject for research. University of Copenhagen, Institute for Greek and Latin.

The New Jerusalem Mosaic

Oriental Institute: Centre for the Study of Gregory of Nazianzus

Orthodox Christian Fellowship Icon Archive

The Robert W. Allison Research Pages
The Mount Athos Greek Manuscripts Catalog, Patriarchal Institute for Patristic Studies, and other topics. Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.

Roman and Byzantine Sites in Israel

St. Pachomius Library
Archiving uncopyrighted English translations of the Church Fathers, the acts of the Christian martyrs, the proceedings of the Councils, the lives of the early saints, etc., all of which may be freely reproduced by anyone.

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