Norway until the Kalmar Union, 1397
- Documenting Norwegian stone-age implements chronologically.
- A virtual exhibit of the Saltdal Museum.
- (10,000 BCE - 4,000 BCE; Facsimile images and commentary)
- Skjulte skatter (Hidden Treasures)
- Norwegian historical objects from the Bronze Age through the Viking Era.
- Assembled by the Archaeological Museum in Stavanger.
- (1800 BCE - 1050 CE; images)
- Runological projects at the Norwegian Computing Center for the Humanities
- (Facsimiles and transliterations)
- Photos of the three best preserved Viking ships in existence (links in left frame).
- Ships and related artifacts digitized by the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo.
- Also available in the Norwegian original.
- (Photographs and English or Norwegian commentary)
- by Snorri Sturluson.
- (covering 850-1177, written ca. 1225; English translation)
- Particularly strong in Old Norse sagas.
- (9th to 13th centuries; Old Norse transcriptions)
- Note: Diacritics on the main page are illegible.
- This mourning poem is for the son of the Viking, Rollo.
- It serves as "an excellent laboratory in medieval philology."
- (943; Latin facsimiles and variant text transcriptions with English and German translations)
- (13th century; English translation)
- Historical & contemporary images of 13th-century Norway's political center.
- Digitized by Prof. Knut Helle, University of Bergen.
- (1247 to the present; photographs and English commentary)
- Online medieval Norwegian diplomas provided by the Dokumentasjons Prosjektet.
- Searching is by keyword or (more practical for browsing) by volume and page number.
- (1050-1590; Old Norse, Latin, Swedish, Middle High German, and other language transcriptions)
- Medieval Norwegian laws (digitized by the Danish Royal Library)
- (1300-1600; facsimiles)
- (Scandinavian literature, sagas and chronicles; transcriptions)
- (13th through 19th centuries; transcriptions)
- Includes primary and secondary documents, provided by Don Mabry.
- (Transcriptions, facsimiles and commentaries, mostly in English)
- (Gradually the Land Became Our Own)
- An interactive connection of images, documents and commentary.
- (10,000 BCE to the present; images, video clips, facsimiles and commentary)
- A major digitization project of the holdings of the Norwegian Folk Museum.
- Reproductions of over 200,000 artifacts and photographs from the collection.
- (Facsimiles and photographs in a searchable database)
EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
Feel free to get in touch: Hacken @ byu.edu