Ten Sources to Know in Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Or search multiple databases simultaneously:
CLIO - Online catalog of the Columbia University Libraries, including Barnard Library, but excluding Teachers College and the Law Library.
Medieval Civilization call number range: CB 351-355
Medieval history call number range: D101-203
For primary sources use keywords:
Other Online Resources
-Digital Scriptorium The product of fruitful cross institutional partnerships this large medieval and Renaissance manuscript image database is a wonderful scholarly resource. The Digital Scriptorium website currently has over 5,000 manuscripts and 24,300 images online.
-Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts A searchable catalogue of medieval manuscripts that directs users to the individual respository websites. A good place to start your search for manuscripts images.
-Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library One of Harvard's libraries, the Houghton Library has a renowned collection of manuscripts from the Middle Ages.
-Bodleian Library The Bodleian is one of the world's most famous libraries. This website has links to over 1000 images of manuscripts from the Bodleian collection.
-CORSAIR (The Online Research Resource of the Pierpont Morgan Library) The Morgan Library is known around the world for its collection in medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. Thousands of pages have been digitized and are now availiable through the CORSAIR website.