Brown University's Decameron Web
The authors of the Decameron Web say that "The guiding question of our project is how contemporary informational technology can facilitate, enhance and innovate the complex cognitive and learning activities involved in reading a late medieval literary text like Boccaccio's Decameron. We believe that the new electronic environment and its tools enable us to revive the humanistic spirit of communal and collaboratively "playful" learning of which the Decameron itself is the utmost expression. Through a creative use of technology, our project provides the reader with an easily accessible and flexible yet well-structured wealth of information on the literary, historical and cultural context of the Decameron, thus allowing a vivid yet rigorously philological understanding of the past in which the work was conceived."
The section devoted to VISUALIZING THE TEXT provides links to many relevant images: "The task of collecting images and mounting them on the web is a potentially limitless project that we have only just begun. Hindered by copyright and other access problems, what you see here is a fraction of what really exists in libraries and elsewhere."