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Oxford Islamic Studies Online This resource contains a wealth of information about Islam and the Muslim world. It includes many reference works on Islam, biographies, numerous primary sources and images, articles and book chapters by renowned scholars, Quranic materials and time lines.
Empire Online World empires from 1492-1969. It includes a wealth of primary sources including manuscripts, rare printed materials, letter books, missionary papers, slave papers, travel writing, periodicals, diaries, photographs and more. Supplementing the primary sources are secondary resources such as essays, interactive maps, chronology and an image gallery. Materials in the collections spans five centuries, charting the story of the rise and fall of empires, gathered from a wide range of reputable institutions. with a core from the British Library. From Adam Matthew.
Map as History
The largest on-line collection of animated historical maps