Xena in art
Pure Xena Links
Fantasy & Older Historical Films in Production
Other Links (Nerdology Mostly)
PURE XENA LINKS
Ships: If Rob's Folly isn't enough for you.
AncientWorlds: Discussions and resources for history amateurs. Many nice tidbits.
Archaeologica: Daily updates of archaeological news.
Folklinks: Folk and Fairy-Tale sites: Exactly that.
Greek Mythology Link: A huge compilation of every aspect of Greek myth as presented in the ancient sources themselves.
Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd: The University of Texas has made this collection of excellent historical maps available.
Internet Classics Archive: Hundreds of Greco-Roman and other classical works translated into English.
Internet Sacred Text Archive: Zillions of religious texts for free.
Long Ago Captures: Large and growing screencap archive, specializing in historical movies.
Paper Trails: Port Cities in the Classical Era of World History: On historical ports. Fairly interesting for campaign purposes.
Regnal Chronologies: If you want to know the name of the ruler of a particular country during a particular year, you'll probably find him or her here. A giant compilation and a great source of inspiration for fanfic.
Scheherazade and her One Thousand and One Nights: Information and links about this subject.
The Silkroad Foundation: Many interesting things about ancient Central Asia.
Theoi Greek Mythology: Comprehensive reference of Greek mythical beings.
House Pictures: Sam Raimi's and Rob Tapert's production company.
LoDuca Music: Official page of Joseph LoDuca, the Xena/Herc soundtracks composer.
ROC Pictures: The site of Reneé O’Connor's production company.
FANTASY & HISTORICAL MOVIES & TV-SHOWS
Red Riding Hood: Not exactly Xena, but a female lead and some werewolves could be fun.
The Eagle: Formerly Eagle of the Ninth. Roman heroes vs Pict villains. Poor little empire.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: The two-part finale for the wizard kid.
Sinbad - The Fifth Voyage: Another movie about the Iraqi hero.
Spartacus: Blood and Sand / Gods of the Arena: Roman action by Rob. Since female fighter leads seem out of fashion in fantasy nowadays, this must suffice.
Sweaty Beards: A Viking comedy. Time will tell.
Thor: More Vikings, sort of. Marvel Aesir at any rate.
Your Highness: Fantasy comedy that seems intent on stepping into the shoes of The Princess Bride.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Good source material, non-Disney company, seems promising.
OTHER LINKS (NERDOLOGY MOSTLY)
Choffe: A tiny forum. So far, it has mainly been used for discussing
RPG-campaigns with my friends (in Swedish), but feel free to drop by if
you want to talk (in Swedish or English) about Xena, Whedonverse, or anything
else. Note: This is the new site replacing the old adress.
CaveMaps.org: Lots of maps of real caves.
ComingSoon.net: Rumours, facts, previews and reviews about upcoming movies.
Dark Horizons: Rumours, facts, previews and reviews about upcoming movies and TV, many reviews.
DiceCollector.com: Collection of all kinds of dice. Of course.
Down for everyone or just me? Handy site for checking the status of any site.
EN World: The world's largest (probably) fan site for D&D.
Fantasy Fine Art Gallery: Galleries from and links to various artist's personal sites.
Flaky Pastry: Another webcomic: three women share a flat in a D&D-ish world.
Friesian.com: A gigantic site of history resources.
Godstart.se: For Swedes. A handy starting page for a day's surfing - and each visit makes the sponsors donate to charity.
Gozzy's.com: Several random map generators.
The Griffin Castle: Some really good amateur maps for D&D minis.
The Guild: Online comedy/drama on the woes of WoW-ers.
hemsida.net: Provides websites with cheap rates and good support.
The Hunger Site: No preaching. You go there, click on the button, and that's it. For each click, the sponsors of the site donate a small sum to fight world hunger.
I Can Has Cheezburger: Cat pictures. Funny ones. Lots of them.
I Has a Hotdog: Like I Can Has Cheezburger, only...well, not.
J!NX: They sell clothes with nerd themes.
MEB: Home of webdesigner Måns Björkman. In Swedish.
The Movie Timeline: Fun compilation of various fictional historical events in movies.
Mozilla Firefox: Free browser with lot less loopholes than IE. And a very secure pop-up blocker. Yes, of course I use it myself.
Nix: Blocks phone salesmen. Only useful for Swedes. VERY useful for Swedes.
Nodwick dot com: Nice D&D-related webcomics.
Order of the Stick: A very funny comic, D&D-based. The site itself is called Giant In the Playground and has a nice D&D forum.
Photo.net: Galleries and more from a huge amount of photographers, many with hundreds of pictures online.
Piruett: Delightfully nerdy blog with focus on RPGs. In Swedish.
retrofuture: Its Xena connection has faded with the years, but there are various news on cult TV and related stuff here.
Rollspel.nu: Scandinavia's largest RPG forum with lots of other stuff.
RPG.net: An endless forum and much else besides.
SF-bokhandelns startsida: One of the largest SF-Fantasy bookstores in Europe.
SpywareBlaster: Free program that like Spybot gets rid of spyware, and also protects against many dialers.
Stora Sköndals kyrka: In Swedish, I used to work here and keep the link for sentimental reasons.
Sverok: Sweden's national gaming association, 95 000 members (not me, but I visit their forum sometimes ;-) ).
TableSmith: A simple interface for creating your own random tables. Part of the Mythosa webpage.
Television Tropes & Idioms: A vast amount of fun categories and a myriad of examples.
TheOneRing.net: Gossip and info about the upcoming Hobbit movie and its sequel.
Underdark: A Swedish D&D-miniatures community.
What's New with Phil & Dixie: A true classic in D&D-comics, now online.
Wizards of the Coast: The creators of Dungeons & Dragons; lots of info and downloads.
XKCD: Brilliant webcomic of "romance, sarcasm, math, and language".
skola: This is where I teach.
Sofia Flodin - Mezzo-Soprano: Sofia's opera page.