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  • Celtic Spiral Tours 3 of 5 stars
    A small family-owned company based in Pembrokeshire, organising tours around the Pembroke countryside.
  • The Celtic Twilight 3 of 5 stars
    Though on the border of Arthurian, this site deals also with a broader Dark Ages subject.
  • The Center for the Study of Ancient Wales 4 of 5 stars
    The Center for the Study of Ancient Wales is a non-profit foundation which owns an extensive library of materials related to the history and peoples of Ancient Wales.  It conducts ongoing research on a number of subjects, hoping to shed more light on the people who inhabited the land now called Wales from about 400 to 1300.
  • The Dark Ages 3 of 5 stars
    A good compact site that discusses some aspects and a few sources.
  • The Early British KingdomsEarly British Kingdoms Web Site 4.5 of 5 stars
    This very extensive site by David Nash Ford covers the period of the early Middle Ages in Britain. Many articles on the early Celtic kingdoms, their rulers and genealogies and related subjects. This is the foremost site on Dark Age Britain. I can recommend to any visitor to spend some more time here!
  • Elmet Heritage Site 3 of 5 stars
    A good site by Michelle Ziegler for checking your sources and bibliographies.

  • The End of Roman Britain 2.5 of 5 stars
    ASSESSING THE ANGLO-SAXON INVASIONS OF THE FIFTH CENTURY, a large article with much explanatory material by William Bakken.


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