Giulio Menna & Marjolein de Vos of Sexy Codicology have developed a new product called Digitized Medieval Manuscripts app which “links to more than 300 libraries in the world.1” All of these manuscripts are available for free online from various libraries and institutions throughout the world. It’s a great tool for furthering your historical research.
- Menna, Giulio, and de Vos, Marjolein. DMMapp – digitized medieval manuscripts app. in Digitized Medieval Manuscripts Maps [database online]. [cited 11/12 2014]. Available from http://digitizedmedievalmanuscripts.org/app/.
On Monday, Feb. 27 at 6:oo PM, Abigail Quandt, Senior Conservator of Manuscripts and Rare Books at the Walters Art Museum will present “Putting the Pieces Together: The Codicology & Conservation of the Archimedes Palimpsest.” Ms. Quandt led the 12-year effort to stabilize the Archimedes Codex for the imaging which would reveal the earliest manuscript of Archimedes’ treatises. She is widely published and an internationally recognized expert in the conservation of medieval manuscripts and illuminations.
The lecture will be held in the Pryzbyla Center, Room A, with a reception to follow, and is sponsored by Rare Books & Special Collections, Mullen Library and the Department of Chemistry. For further information contact Rare Books at (202) 319-5091 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The librarians in Religious Studies and Humanities Services have created a research guide on finding manuscripts using CUA library resources. The guide is divided into several categories: by region, English, Greek, Latin, U.S. collections, and images.
We welcome suggestions and comments. Please contact Kevin Gunn at email@example.com or 202-319-5088.