Print Location: Art Library & Main Oversize CB 351 .M293 1983
Digital scans of maps, focusing on rare 18th and 19th century maps from North America & South America, but also featuring world maps, and coverage of Europe, Asia & Africa
European political boundaries
Viewer allows 600% to 1,000% magnification
Print Location: Main 940.1 So88M c.1-4
Print Location: Main D 117 .H6 1994 c.1-2
Print Location: Main DC 33.2 .H83 1954 c.1, 3
The classic work on this period although a bit dated
pre-history to contemporary art. There is some full-text from 1995 to date.
Indexes the Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin
Indexes 350 art magazines and journals covering
pre-history to contemporary art.
Indexes the Allen Memorial Art Museum Bulletin
Succeeded by International Bibliography of Art
Citations of journal articles, book reviews, and essays covering topics of gender and sexuality in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East from 450 to 1500 AD
Dates of Coverage: 1990 to date
Attempts to list art objects, either Christian or "within a Christian context"
100 to 1400 AD/BCE
Worldwide but primarily the West
note: NB: A subset of the Princeton index by the same name
Preceded by the Bibliography of the History of Art
Indexes international scholarship covering the Middle Ages in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.
Dates of Coverage: 1967 to date
Indexes academic journals covering the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700) primarily in Europe.
Dates of Coverage: 1859 to date
The Labyrinth provides free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies resources on the Web.. The Labyrinth's easy-to-use menus allow combinations of specific subject categories with types of digital documents. The resulting list of relevant “hits” then provide connections to databases, services, texts, and images on servers around the world. This easy to use system is a vast improvement over the “lists of lists” common on other “webliographies.”
Print Location: Art Reference BR 1710 .F34 1982
This dictionary provides detailed, short entries, which include bibliographic references. Its focus is primarily British saints. Please note: the 4th edition (1997) is also available as an e-book.
A database of links to thousands of web sites that can be searched (both simple and advanced) or browsed. Has a lengthy glossary (over 1,500 terms) and news of interest to medievalists.
Print Location: Main BS192.2.A1 1964 .G3 vols. 1-5
A massive annotated edition of the Bible, with one or two volumes for each book. If you are particularly interested in a biblical passage and want to find what earlier writers have had to say about it, this is a good place to start your search.
Print Location: Art Ref BS 513.2 .D8313 1994
Print Location: Main BS440.M36 1965a
A good one-volume guide to any questions you may have about the Bible. Entries include books (i.e. Psalms, Gospel of Mark), individuals (David, Peter) and a wide range of other topics (i.e. Music, Shepherds, Blindness).
Print Location: Main D 114 .D45 1982 vol. 1 – 10
- Guide to all things medieval
- BibliographiesOBIS record
Print Location: Art N5965 .E5 1993 vol. 1-10
- In depth articles written by scholars
- Many plans and high quality color images
- Complemented by Kibler and Zinn's more concise Medieval France: An Encyclopedia (Art Ref. DC 33.2 .M44 1995)
- Important people and places
- Early Middle Ages (300 – 1000)
Most comprehensive art encyclopedia available in English; Excellent bibliographies; Covers art broadly defined (traditional & new media, decorative arts, performance, dance, ritual, jewelry, etc.) worldwide from pre-history to the present.
note: Part of Oxford Art Online, a suite of four art encyclopedias
The Internet Medieval Sourcebook lists hundreds of documents important for studying the middle ages.
Print: Main GR 35 .M43 2000 vol. 1-2.
Print Location: Main GR 35 .M43 2000 vol. 1-2.
Print Location: Main Ref. & Art Ref. DC33.2.M44 1995
-Appendices lists of kings, courts, & dukes; popes; architectural terms; musical terms
Written and maintained by medieval scholars
All articles are peer reviewed
What Every Medievalist Should Know - basic tools and concepts
The ORB Encyclopedia
The ORB Textbook Library
Print Location: Main DF521.O93 1991 vols. 1-3
Print Location: Art & Main Spec. Coll. ND2889 .B76 1994
Print Location: Art 759.949.3F913AE vol. 1 c.2-vol. 9 pt. 1
Print Location: Art ND669.F5 M47 1998 c.1-2
Print Location: Art N8080.B5 c.1-2
Print Location: Art Z5933 .F75 1998
An annotated bibliography listing reference works and scholarly studies dealing with Medieval iconography.
Print Location: Art Z 5933 .F75 1998
Covers patronage, materials and techniques, structure and arrangement, typology, illumination, and has a glossary.
Print Location: Art Reference Z 6601 .F58 1992
The shelf marks of manuscripts are notoriously idiosyncratic, though important since they are often used in scholarly literature. Popular names are also used, so it can be necessary to verify that a popular name and a shelf mark stand for the same work, especially when using multiple sources. Unfortunately there was little recourse for the beginning researcher to resolve this simple but potentially vexing problem until the publication of this text. This handbook can also be used to learn the location of manuscripts at the time of publication.
Print Location: Art N6250.A72 1986 C.1-3
Print Location: Main BX4654 .B8 1995 vols. 1-10
This standard reference includes bibliographies and footnotes.
A searchable online textbase consisting of 1160 contemporary and historical documents from many areas, including literature and the other arts.
The Douay-Rheims Bible is the English translation closest to the Vulgate -- Jerome's Latin translation of the Bible -- which was used throughout the Middle Ages.
Print Location: Art N5975.D3 1986 c.1-2
Print Location: Art N6310.F7 1987 c.1-4
Print Location: Main BR1710 .M39 2000
Primary texts in translation, each with an introductory essay, notes, and bibliography.
A late medieval text with pictures which provides an excellent example of contemporary devotional attention to the events of Christ's life.
Print Location: Art BT300.B7 1961
Print Location: Art 709 H742L.2 vol. 1
Print Location: Art N6922.V3 1966 vols. 1-6, commento vols. 1-2
A recent, major edition of what is often considered the first history of art. The famous Milanesi edition is also available (Art N 6922 .V3 1906) as are several unabridged and abridged English language editions. One of the first art historians, Giorgio Vasari, discussed 250 artists in this publication, originally published in 1568. Covers Cimabue to Michelangelo.