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What's New on ORB

September 2000

Section editor:  Scott McLetchie

Featured Addition:  ORB announces the addition of a new section, E-Texts, containing new transcriptions and/or translations of important medieval texts that have not previously been accessible in print or electronic format.  Featured additions include these transcriptions, all made by Angus Graham:

Have a Question for Us?  Consult our new guide: What to Do When You Have a Question

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Of General Interest External Links
  • The Repertorium Fontium Medii Aevi, founded in 1953 and published by the Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo, is a detailed overview of medieval Latin Literature providing bibliographic data on thousands of titles, organized by genre.  The Institute's lemmario offers a searchable index to those titles by key word. The coverage of the Repertorium is great enough that the ability to search quickly for given titles or simply to browse is something that serious students of the Middle Ages cannot afford to ignore.

Kalamazoo 2000:  Let's Start a Web Page!  What Were We Thinking? Outlines, papers, etc. from May 6 session at International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo

Last updated 4 September 2000

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