Here are some links to similar pages
elsewhere on the web.
All History Guide Online
History Directory An index of history websites, giving links
and brief descriptions. 66 categories thus far.
Bruxelles The website of an important registry of non-European
royal houses. Unfortunately, this has become a subscription-only site.
Xiè Chéngnùo, A very large and complete site on
Chinese rulers, with an extraordinary amount of detail.
Chronology of the Ruling Parties in the World Ka Fat Chow
A carefully researched and easy-to-read website that does for political
parties and ruling factions what I do for monarchs and governors. Worldwide
in scope, some areas (esp. Africa and the Americas) are still under development.
Data is restricted to fairly modern times, since identifying political
parties as such in Ancient or Mediaeval periods would be difficult at best.
Coins and History of Asia Mallon-McCorgray, Thomas A
nicely designed and very extensive coverage of this complex subject, profusely
of Charlemagne The beginnings of an attempt to trace the descendents
of this central figure in European history.
Kingdoms. Ford, David Nash.A very complete approach to
this complex and often obscure subject matter. The maps are very detailed
and worthy of very high praise.
A complete sequence of brief biographies of English and Scottish sovereigns.
- Find People From the Past: A Geneology Resource Guide For Kids. A very good introduction to genealogical research from the peoplefinders website, geared toward a young audience but useful to all - in addition to the essay, it has over forty links to carry on with.
to History A huge annotated compilation of ephemeral states,
revolutionary movements, and micronations at various levels of seriousness.
A very compelling archive of material lying at the outer edge of sovereignty.
An enormous archive of precisely the sort of information I present myself,
with some additions I've been thinking about as well (primarily, the maps
and family trees). I think the only thing I have to offer is that I cover
a wider and longer database than they at present. This is one subsection
of a very large site devoted to the different aspects of a particular philosophy
of science; if you move down the index, you will see where the charts and
tables are: they take up most of the subdirectory, but there are essays
and general data as well.
Mondiale Henrio, Patrice. In French. The homepage of
a program which displays historical maps and allows the user to adjust
time and location, permitting one to gain a clear idea of the expansion
and shrinking of states as they evolve. The current version has data on
early Classic empires from the Mediterranean to China. This is an important
project - one that I always wanted to do myself - Patrice has turned it
into a reality.
and Flags of the Nations Tosi, Claudio. An important
archive of color illustrations of national and regional banners.
The Website of the Almanach de Gotha, a geneological sourcebook
for European nobility from the beginning of the 19th century to the present
In History Page An extensive series of pages on diverse topics,
everything from a "Mad Monarchs" page to a very thorough Geneology of the
House of Nassau.
of Osroene. Hajjar, Hanna An excellent introduction to
this city's history (Edessa, modern Urfa, Turkey)
Origin and Deeds of the Goths Jordanes (trans.
Charles C. Mierow). A good internet translation of this important
The Oxford Merovingian
Page The Oxford Merovingian Page. The Franks 250-450; The Merovingian
Kings of the Franks 450-751.
1945- .De Zarate, Roberto Ortiz. Extensive coverage,
especially for recent times.
Genealogies -- Menu A searchable database, very complete, concentrating
mostly on Great Britain.
- Royal Genealogy A sub-page within the USA People Search website; this is short directory to a variety of other Royal Genealogy sites.
and Noble Genealogical Data on the Web. Tompsett, Brian A
very large series of searchable databases.
Rulers Quite complete
and extremely detailed for states, both monarchic and Republican, after
about 1700, with some earlier data as well.
of the World. Garcia, Alex S. A good overview of the
of the World Since 1760. Cahoon, Ben. A very extensive
archive of material exactly like mine, concentrating on recent times.
Files and Rafal
T. Prinke - Paul Theroff's genfiles Two very closely connected
sites, being offerings of ZIPped text files of noble and royal genealogies
from all over Europe. Very detailed and very important.
- Worldleaders.org Another very complete collection which tries to cover material back to origins, rather than an arbitrary cut-off date.
An important archive of modern era rulers.
Person A vast database of European noble genealogy. Of special
focus are noble houses of the Holy Roman Empire. The "Descendants of Charlemagne"
site listed above is a subdirectory of this immense work.
Apparently defunct link