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Browse Medieval full-text primary sources with emphasis on "English"
For primary and secondary sources for the study of Ancient Greece and Rome
Use the bibliographies of scholarly works on Medieval topics to find references to authors and works (examples)
What are examples of primay sources for Medieval History?
One example of a Database that contains primary sources:
Look on the left for Urban & metropolitan
The following is a sampling of primary documents available in this database
And much more
Duke Databases: https://guides.library.duke.edu/az.php
The following internet sited provide opportunities to browse digitized primary sources; this list is a small selection of trusted sites
From the Latin phrase codex manu scriptus. Strictly speaking, a work of any kind (text, inscription, music score, map, etc.) written entirely by hand. A medieval manuscript is one written in Europe prior to the invention of printing from movable type in about 1450 (see this example). Also refers to the handwritten or typescriptcopy of an author's work as submitted for publication, before printing. In the United States, bibliographic control of manuscript collections is provided by the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections (NUCMC), a cooperative cataloging program of the Library of Congress. In AACR2, manuscripts are cataloged under the rules for printed books.
The Schøyen Collection is a large private manuscript collection (Oslo and London). Illuminated manuscripts can be seen in the online exhibitions Leaves of Gold(Philadelphia area museums and libraries), Treasures of a Lost Art (Cleveland Art Museum), and the CORSAIR database, courtesy of the Morgan Library. See also theMedieval Manuscript Manual (Central European University, Budapest) and The Making of a Medieval Book (Getty Museum). Abbreviated ms. and mss. in the plural. See also: manuscript book, manuscript map, and Manuscript Society, The. Source ODLIS
Lists of digitized manuscript catalogs and multi-library medieval manuscript databases (slightly edited from the post by Klaus Graf http://archiv.twoday.net/ at http://archiv.twoday.net/stories/453138863/ )
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