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Medieval Studies: Guides of Special Interest
This guide is designed for students at the M.A. level and focuses on interdisciplinary online resources in Medieval Studies. This is only a starting point and electronic resources should be verified with their print ancestors in many cases.
This site provides information on Roman law sources and literature, the teaching of Roman law, and the persons who study Roman law. The site is available in English and German. Users are invited to submit to this site any materials or information which might interest other users. Maintained by Ernest Metzger, University of Glasgow School of Law.
The purpose of this site is to bring together in a single virtual location publicly accessible electronic resources for the study of medieval canon law. It’s a work in progress, so please provide feedback and suggestions for further improvement. This site is curated by David M. Freidenreich, Colby College, and Edward Reno III, Columbia University.
is is a searchable database of plainchant melodies and texts included in medieval sources and new editions. It serves as a simple tool for searching information on Gregorian chant and other medieval monody including sacred songs. At this time the database contains almost 25.000 records of chant incipits that provide information about text, melody, genre, modus and concordances in new editions and other on-line databases. Some of the records include also hypertext links to facsimiles where a particular chant can be found. The Global Chant Database was developed by Jan Koláček - PhD student of the Institute of Musicology at the Charles University in Prague.