Project Status: Ongoing
An online collection of nearly 4,700 secondary and primary works sponsored by the American Council of Learned Societies, available with an institutional subscription. Individuals without a subscription may still view table of contents free of charge, and hundreds of books are added each year. The collection may be browsed or searched, and includes the following special series of interest to medievalists: Cambridge University Press; Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Medieval and Renaissance Latin Texts and Commentaries; College Art Association Monographs; Fordham University Press; Medieval Academy Books; Records of Civilization (Columbia University Press); Transformation of the Classical Heritage (University of California Press); Villa I Tatti; West Virginia University Press.
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Modern Language: English
Language of Modern Translation: English
Medieval content details:
Dates: 1 - 1600
Subject: Byzantium, Carolingians, Chivalry, Church Fathers, Classics, Humanism, Clergy, Confession, Penance, Conversion, Cosmology, Courtly Love, Crusades, Early Germanic Peoples, Economy, Education, Universities, Family, Children, Marriage, Gender, Heresy, History, Law, Material Culture, Medicine, Monasticism, Muslims, Islam, Nobility, Gentry, Papacy, Peasants, Philosophy, Theology, Piety, Plague, Disease, Prosopography, Reform, Religion - Institutional Church, Royalty, Monarchs, Saints, Science, Mathematics, Slavery, Theology, Towns, Cities, Travel, Pilgrimage, War, Women, Women Religious
Type/Genre of Medieval Primary Source Material: Advice, Instructional Texts, Biography, Memoirs, Chronicles, Annals, Commentary, Gloss, Exegesis, Episcopal Registers, Hagiography, Letters, Petitions, Literature, Religious Texts, Textual Evidence, Treatises
Records of Civilization series includes a number of primary source texts.
Medieval Creators: Sylvester II, William of Tyre, Usamah ibn-Munqidh, Robert de Clari, Orosius, Otto of Freising, Philippe De Novare, Marsilius of Padua, Hugh of Saint Victor, Jean de Venette, Gregory VII, Gregory of Tours, Helmold of Bosau, Erasmus, Desiderius, Bodin, Jean, Boniface, Cassiodorus, Flavius Magnus Aurelius, ChrÃ©tien de Troyes, Ambroise, Adam of Bremen