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What's New on ORB

December 2001

Section editor:  Scott McLetchie

Featured Addition:  What Every Medievalist Should Know (WEMSK)

Additions to The ORB Encyclopedia

Additions to E-Texts

  • The Electronic Manipulus florum, ed. Chris L. Nighman
    The purpose of this website is to provide an electronically searchable edition of Manipulus florum ("Handful of flowers"), a major collection of authoritative Latin sources compiled at Paris by Thomas de Hibernia at the beginning of the 14th century (c. 1306). It is probably the most important example of the collections known as florilegia that were compiled during the 13th-15th centuries and were primarily used by preachers in composing sermons.
  • The Tudor Inventories from Appleby, 1530-1601, transcribed by Alan Roberts

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Additions to Medieval Studies for the Non-Specialist

Last updated 1 December 2001

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