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And how about:

Project Celt a huge database of electronic primary sources from Ireland. Everything from medieval annals to stuff from the early 20th century.

The lengthy list of primary sources on medieval warfare from the scholarly society De Re Militari

The Chronicle of Alfonso the Emperor, The Chronicle of James the Conqueror, The Consulate of the Sea, The Usatges of Barcelona, and The Visigothic Code, all courtesy of the wonderful LIBRO (Library of Iberian Resources Online).

The Avalon Project at Yale Law School has a fair amount of interesting material for history, international relations, and (surprise) law, including a version of the Ango-Saxon Chronicle.

TEAMS (Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages) makes a lot of their edited texts available online. This includes many Arthurian materials, early Robin Hood ballads, and much else of interest. Texts are in Middle English, but with explanatory helps for obsolete words and constructions.
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Bartleby.com(searchable classics and reference works)

LETRS: Indiana University Online Resources (particularly handy resources on Victoriana, women writers, and poetry)

Greenseek: Iranian Literature (Links to classic texts including translations of Rumi, Saadi, and Omar Khayyam)

Novalis: Hymns to the Night (English translation)

The Golden Key: George MacDonald E-Texts

University of Virginia Library -- Electronic Text Center (includes versions formatted for reading on PalmOS PDAs and handhelds using Microsoft Reader software)
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