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  • The Aberdeen Bestiary

    Online version of the Aberdeen Bestiary which contains links, texts, images, and articles from the 12th century encyclopedia of the natural world.

  • Bibliographical references to Medieval Manuscript

    This is a collection of bibliographical references to medieval manuscripts.

  • The Burnet Psalter

    Site full-page images, text, illustration and details from this fifteenth-century manuscript.

  • Codices Electronici Ecclesiae Coloniensis

    Features 140,000 pages and descriptive meta data about medieval manuscript holdings of the Episcopal diocesan and cathedral library Cologne.

  • The Digital Scriptorium

    An image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts, intended to unite scattered resources, this involves technical information, project facts and search guide.

  • Early Manuscripts at Oxford University

    Provides access to over 80 early manuscripts digitally scanned directly from the originals.

  • Early Medieval Maps

    Index, bibliography and time charts of early medieval maps.

  • Electronic Beowulf - A Guide

    An image-based edition of Beowulf, the great Old English poem plus comprehensive collection of images of the Old English Poem.

  • The Hours of Jeanne d'Evreux

    Chronicle important details about the prayer book of the queen, plus links to other historical pages.

  • The Illuminated Middle Age

    Includes time and space, legal imagination, animals, knowledge and education, work and daily life, faces of gods, and Medival forms of power.

  • Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry

    The original Riches Heures manuscript is stored in the Chantilly museum, thus featured online the pictures, and documentations.

  • The Medieval Bestiary

    Animals of the middle age are featured from introductions to different contents, beasts, manuscripts, articles and other related links.

  • Medieval Manuscript Leaves

    Illustrations of the 51 leaves from Western European manuscripts of the 12th - 16th centuries.

  • Medieval Manuscripts in Facsimile

    Based on an exhibit prepared by Dr. Marina Smyth, Librarian of the Medieval Institute, this contains manuscripts in Facsimile and more important features.

  • Medieval Paleography

    Image gallery and facts about the medieval paleography of Edward 1 silver penny to the early modern paleography of Henry V half groat.

  • The Piers Plowman Electronic Archive

    Hyperrnedia textual archive that features transcriptional protocols, archival principles, developments, history, and other offered resources.

  • Scriptorium

    Virtual medieval tour that features Scriptorium information and links.

  • Vatican Exhibit Main Hall

    Virtual guide to the interactive Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit.

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