Medievalists.net | Where the Middle Ages Begin The British Library You can • perform a quick search (this searches for a word or number in all sections of each catalogue entry, including images); • perform a simple search using keywords and dates; • look for information about a particular manuscript if you know its collection name and manuscript number; • perform an advanced search using different types or combinations of information; • explore the virtual exhibitions of various aspects of the British Library's western illuminated manuscript holdings; and • check the illustrated glossaries of terms. • download digital images for further reuse such as in educational contexts, placing on your blog or sharing with others. Please see guidance notes on Access and Reuse. Updated 23 March 2018. Full digital coverage of selected manuscripts are also available on Digitised Manuscripts. For details of how to use the system, see our search tips.
De Re Militari » The Society for Medieval Military History Explore Byzantium Harvard The Houghton Library’s distinguished collection of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts represents a significant resource for the study of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Western Europe. Assembled through gifts and purchase over the past two centuries, this collection includes works in Latin, Greek, and most of the vernacular languages of Europe that are the primary sources for the study of the literature, art, history, music, philosophy, and theology of the periods. This Web site provides strategies for searching Houghton's medieval manuscripts as well as links to bibliographies related to these materials that were compiled by the Library. Digitization of Houghton's manuscripts was begun with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities through its grant to the Digital Scriptorium and is being continued with funding from Harvard University's Library Digital Initiative and from the Harvard College Library.
Internet History Sourcebooks Update Information 2006: In 2006 the Internet Medieval Sourcebooks and associated sourcebooks are undergoing a major overhaul to remove bad links and add more documents. 1. This project is both very large and fairly old in Internet terms. At the time it was instigated (1996), it was not clear that web sites [and the documents made available there] would often turn out to be transient. 2. 3. The Internet Medieval Sourcebook is organized as three main index pages, with a number of supplementary documents. INTRODUCTION: MEDIEVAL SOURCES ON THE INTERNET Historians teaching medieval history surveys almost always want to combine a textbook, a sourcebook, and additional readings. GOAL: The goal here then has been to construct an Internet Medieval Sourcebook from available public domain and copy-permitted texts. DOCUMENT SIZE: The size of documents for teaching purposes is an issue. USAGE: This Sourcebook is specifically designed for teachers to use in teaching. Patrick J.
Home | Monastic Matrix Glasgow Medieval manuscripts Middle English Literature: Medical manuscripts: University of Malaga website. NB. you need to register to use this website, then click on the appropriately numbered volume on the image of the bookshelf. Religious texts: Other manuscripts Papyrus fragments Greek Papyrus Fragments from Oxyrhynchus (University of Glasgow Special Collections website) Early printed books Emblem books Many digitised early printed books (including some examples supplied from the University of Glasgow) are available via Early English Books Online (EEBO) and Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) - you can access these directly by searching for authors/titles using the library's quicksearch. Other printed material Photographs Images from many of our books may be explored in our virtual exhibitions.
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International Joan of Arc Society International Joan of Arc Society Société Internationale de l'étude de Jeanne d'Arc The International Joan of Arc Society / Société Internationale de l'étude de Jeanne d'Arc is a WWW repository of scholarly and pedagogic information about Joan of Arc collected by faculty, independent scholars, and students. Director: Bonnie Wheeler Assistant Director: Jane Marie Pinzino Founding Committee: Jeremy duQuesnay Adams, Ann Astell, Ora Avni, Robin Blaetz, Anne Llewellyn Barstow, Marie-Véronique Clin, Susan Crane, Kelly DeVries, Richard Einhorn, Jean Fraikin, Deborah Fraioli, Virginia Frohlick, Kevin Harty, Valerie Hotchkiss, H.A. Kelly, Angus J. This Web Site and its content are the sole responsibility of the contributors to The International Joan of Arc Society / La Sociéte Internationale de l'étude de Jeanne d'Arcand do not necessarily represent the opinions or policies of Southern Methodist University. The administrator of this web site is Professor Bonnie Wheeler (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts: About Us The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts (2006-2013). In 2013 active development on the CDMMSS ceased, and in 2015 the site was retired. This site was designed to enable users to find fully digitized manuscripts currently available on the web. As electronic resources continue to permeate scholarship, the challenge of keeping abreast with new developments becomes ever more pressing. The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts seeks to provide a technological solution to a simple and rather delightful “problem”: the breathtaking increase in the number of medieval manuscripts available on the web in their entirety, but in a bewildering range of venues and formats. The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts offers a simple and straightforward means to discover medieval manuscripts available on the web. The Catalogue first began to take form in Christopher Baswell’s talk at the MLA conference in December, 2005.
Historical Texts Collection : History Department : Hanover College The Hanover Historical Texts Collection makes available digital versions of historical texts for use in history and humanities courses. Search by keyword, or browse by subject heading. The faculty and students of the Hanover College History Department initiated the Hanover Historical Texts Project in 1995, at a time when few primary sources were available outside of published anthologies. To make primary texts readily available for classroom use, they selected important documents, scanned print versions that were out of copyright, converted the scans into HTML format, proofread the resulting documents to correct OCR errors, edited them to provide page breaks, page numbers, and bibliographical information, and posted them online. Most of the texts in the Hanover Historical Texts Collection are in public domain. Bibliographical information and acknowledgements for scanning, conversion into html, and proofreading are found at the beginning of each text. Ancient Greece and Rome Modern Europe