Early Medieval Manuscript Sites

As the web keeps improving, as technology keeps improving, and as scholarly good ideas keep improving, more and more medieval manuscripts are becoming available online. It’s hard to keep track of them all but here’s a selection of some good ones. This is by no means a disinterested list. In particular I’m interested in biblically and liturgically related manuscripts from before the 11th century. England is, of course, the provenance of choice but others will be represented here as well.

6 Responses to Early Medieval Manuscript Sites

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  2. Thanks very much! This is very helpful.

  3. CG says:

    Do you still look at posts here, Derek. I’m working with the Canadian music academic on an English translation of the noted edition of the Sarum breviary he’s already put partially online. We’re having no luck sourcing English translations of some of the Matins homilies. For example on by Origen [in fact, probably pseudo-Origen] for the Vigil of the Nativity, which I can look at in manuscript here http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/csg/0430/160/large thanks to your links but cannot find translated. Another is S. Isidore of Seville on the Nativity – and that’s just so far in the liturgical year! Any ideas? We don’t want to re-invent the wheel if someone has done this already.

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