Here is a selection of Web resources often used by Penn medievalists in their research and teaching.
Major Academic Associations:
Subject Area Associations:
A portal to the world of Chaucer and non-Chaucer related Middle English studies, including links to the Lollard Society, Langland Society, and more.
Includes also the H-Net list for the history of Islamic art and architecture.
Links to the Vulgate, patristic texts; selected electronic texts of French, German, English, Italian, and Spanish source texts; maps; image databases; and links to international organizations dealing with codicology, music, archaeology, etc.
A searchable bibliography database; on-line texts of Regesta Imperii from Charlemagne to Maximilian I (751-1519); Königs- and Kaiserurkunden, etc.
Manuscript studies – paleography, texts, illuminations:
Over 70,000 abbreviation entries
Searchable databases for texts (Latin, Greek, Arabic, Persian, and other languages) with respect to authors, works and regarding aspects of paleography, codicology, and illuminations.
Digitalized images of all books printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland (as well as English books printed aborad) from 1475-1640. Off-campus access will require a Penn ID.
Penn Library Databases: