Byzantine Studies Gateways
- Byzantium on the Internet
Archaeolink - includes select list of Byzantine-related sites with brief reviews
Art and Architecture Resource at the Australian National University - huge resource of images with a distinct Byzantine theme.
- Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
- The Greek Orthodox patriarchate of Alexandria and all Africa.
- The Holy See/Vatican City State
- Mount Athos: The Holy Mountain
- Byzantium 1200 - Explore Constantinople in 3D!
- Byzantine Numismatics - also covers issues from Trebizond, Serbia and more
- Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks
- International Medieval Congress
- Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies
- The Institute for Byzantine Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
- Late Antiquity Research Group
- Levantia - Byzantine and Near Eastern social history
- Manar al-Athar - high resolution images of Middle Eastern archaeological sites from the University of Oxford
- The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture - The Center promotes the study of Byzantine art and culture. Its highly active blog records events of interest to Byzantinists in the USA and worldwide.
- The Medieval Review - search for book reviews or receive them as e-mail
- Syriaca.org - site dedicated to Syriac research, including the The Syriac Gazeteer
- Beth Shean After Antiquity - online exhibition and archive of the materials excavated at Beth Shean by the University of Pennsylvania from 1921–1933.
- Archives Hub - Search across a wealth of archives held in nearly 200 UK institutions, including the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
- Copac - Free access to the merged catalogues of many University, Specialist and National Libraries in the UK and Ireland, including the British Library. National Library of Scotland and National Library of Wales
- Academia.edu - The 'Facebook' of academia. Many Byzantinists make academic papers available on this site for public download.
- H-Medieval - Web and email discussion of all things related to the history, culture, religion and society of medieval Europe, including Byzantium.
Byzantine Texts and Manuscripts
- The Bonn Corpus - Editions of Byzantine Historians available to download in PDF format
- Michael Psellos on Symeon the Metaphrast and on the Miracle at Blachernae: Annotated Translations with Introductions
- Modern Language Translations of Byzantine Sources - A database maintained by Princeton University
- The Scylitzes Manuscript - Download a copy of the whole lavishly illustrated manuscript from the World Digital Library
- British Library Digital Manuscripts - Search for digitsed Byzantine manuscripts at the BL.
- Greek Manuscripts at Oxford - Browse the collection of digitised manuscripts
- Pyle - Greek manuscript resources online
Byzantine Research Projects
- Amorium - Introduction to the site and news of new discoveries and publications.
- The Archaeology of Constantinople and its Hinterland - Surveys of the aqueducts of Constantinople and the Anastasian Walls.
- Dumbarton Oaks Online Catalogue of Seals
- Dumbarton Oaks Online Inventory - Browse the DO archives and photographic collections
- Dumbarton Oaks ICFA Oral History Initiative - Interviews with DO affiliates, including Byzantinists, about past fieldwork and research projects.
- Lexikon zur byzantinischen Gräzität - Ongoing project to produce a Byzantine Greek-German dictionary, currently running from alpha to pi. Available online and free to use.
- Medieval Slavic Menologies on line
- Orbis - Time and distance in the Roman/Lae Antique world
- Porphyrogenitus Project - Lexicon of Greek minuscule abbreviations & ligatures
- Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire Project
- Prosopographie der mittelbyzantinischen Zeit
- St. Stephen's - A biocultural reconstruction of monastic life
- Sharing Ancient Wisdoms - Online texts, translations and commentaries of interest to Byzantinists
- Suda On Line - Byzantine Lexicography
- Travelogues - An ongoing project to collect travellers' accounts and illustrations of Greece and Southeastern Europe from the 15th to the 19th centuries
- Anistoriton - peer-reviewed online journal of history, archaeology & art history with graduate forum
- Byzantina Symmeikta - peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal published by the Institute for Byzantine Research (IBR) of the National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF)
- Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (Maney Publishing) - online contents pages from recent issues
- Byzantinische Zeitschrift - contents pages from latest issues available
- Canadio-Byzantina - Online archive of Canadian equivalent of the BBBS.
- Deltion of the Christian Archaeological Society - older issues are available for free download
- Diogenes - online journal of GEM at the University of Birmingham
- Dumbarton Oaks Papers - selected e-texts available
- Gouden Hoorn (Golden Horn) - full online version
- Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum - full online contents pages (1958 - current)
- Journal of Late Antiquity - content available by subscription, free content available online, abstracts available online.
- Parekbolai - an electronic journal for Byzantine literature.
- Revue des études byzantines - full text of all issues from 1929 to 2008 online.
- Turkish Historical Society - list of journal contents pages relevant to the culture/history/archaeology of Turkey - everything from Acta Asiatica to Zion.
- ZVRI (Recueil des travaux de l’institute d’études byzantines) - Recent issues are available to download.
Sibling Societies Around the World
- AIEB (International Association of Byzantine Studies)
- The Australian Association for Byzantine Studies
- Canadian Committee for Byzantine Studies
- French committee for Byzantine studies (CFEB)
- Centre d'histoire et civilisation de Byzance, Paris
- Oesterrreichische Byzantinische Gesellschaft und Institut fuer Byzantinistik und Neograezistik der Universitaet Wien
- Spätantike Archäologie und Byzantinistische Kunstgeschichte e.V. - Society for Late Antique and Byzantine Art
- Byzantine Studies Association of North America
- The Friends of Mount Athos - The Orthodox monasteries of Mount Athos have an unbroken history dating from the Byzantine era.
- The Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East - The history of the Crusades is deeply entwined with that of Byzantium.
- Archaeopress - specialist archaeology publishers. Their site also contains some Open Access material.
- Ashgate - Parent of the Variorum imprint.
- Birmingham Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies
- De Gruyter
- Dumbarton Oaks Publications
- Liverpool University Press - Publishers of Translated Texts for Byzantinists and Translated Texts for Historians.
- Maney - Publishers of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (BMGS)