Secondary Sources

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1 Bibliographic Information Base in Patristics Professor René-Michel Roberge, Université Laval

An extensive bibliographic database of articles related to patristics and early Christianity. French language search engine, covering 825 journals in a dozen major European languages.

General Europe
2 Guide to the Study of Early Modern History

An extensive guide to the secondary literature about early modern Europe, written by Constantin Fasolt (Chicago). Some discussion of primary sources included.

General Europe, Baltic States, Benelux, British Isles, Central Europe, France, Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Russia & Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Southeastern Europe
3 Medieval Manuscript Manual Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University

A beginner's guide to the materials and methods used to produce medieval manuscripts. Suitable for college students, graduate students, and laypersons alike.

General Europe
4 Netserf

An extensive collection of primary sources from and secondary documents about the Middle Ages.

General Europe
5 ORB: The Encyclopedia ORB, Katharyn Talarico, ed.

An edited collection of essays about the early, high, and late medieval period. Some primary sources also included.

General Europe, Baltic States, Benelux, British Isles, Central Europe, France, Iberian Peninsula, Italy
6 Pecia

a blog about medieval manuscripts

General Europe
7 Scriptorium

an international journal of mediaeval manuscript studies founded in 1946

General Europe
8 Web for Medieval Source-based Textual Scholarship Andy Holt Virtual Library, University of Tennessee-Martin

A collection of guides and links concerning to medieval books and manuscripts.

General Europe
9 What Every Medievalist Should Know James W. Marchand, Stephen M. Carey

A collection of bibliographies listing standard works for over forty topics or themes that are important to the study of medieval Europe. The topics run the gamut from archaeology, Byzantine literature, and codicology to rhetoric, saints, and time and the calendar. Intended as a reference "to get you started, and to allow you to work up in a new field."

General Europe, Baltic States, Benelux, British Isles, Central Europe, France, Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Russia & Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Southeastern Europe