Project Status: Ongoing
A free digital library providing medieval Latin texts from the 7th to the 14th centuries in an alphabetical list (by author). It is part of the larger IntraText Library digital collection published by Èulogos SpA (http://www.eulogos.net), which includes, among other archives, Biblioteca Italiana and Biblioteca religiosa. Texts are harvested from other websites—not all academic–as well as print matter. Searchable across entire collection. Includes linked notes, concordances, lists, and statistics related to texts. Although BL texts are also searchable by author, title, or general period of origin, the site offers no editorial or contextual information. Published under Creative Commons.
Resource Type: Text: Medieval
License: Creative Commons, No Fee
Modern Language: English
Medieval content details:
Dates: 600 - 1400
Includes classical and medieval texts.
Subject: Church Fathers, Classics, Humanism, Clergy, Confession, Penance, Courtly Love, Crusades, Education, Universities, Heresy, History, Law, Medicine, Monasticism, Nobility, Gentry, Papacy, Philosophy, Theology, Piety, Political Thought, Reform, Religion - Institutional Church, Royalty, Monarchs, Saints, Science, Mathematics, Theology
Type/Genre of Medieval Primary Source Material: Advice, Instructional Texts, Biography, Memoirs, Chronicles, Annals, Commentary, Gloss, Exegesis, Hagiography, Literature, Medical Works, Religious Texts, Rules, Sermons, Orations, Textual Evidence, Treatises
Geopolitical Region: British Isles and Ireland, Europe, France, German Lands, Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Low Countries
Original Language: Latin
Includes texts by over a hundred authors, including texts that are anonymous or of uncertain authorship.