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Medieval Studies and Research: Medieval World: Economy, History, Law, Politics

This research guide is co-owned by Dr. Danielle Mihram & Dr. Melissa L. Miller

Medieval World - Overviews

De Re Military - Your portal to warfare in the Middle Ages - Website of the Society for Medieval History). Founded in 1992, De Re Militari is an academic organization for the study of medieval warfare, broadly construed.  The Primary Sources page includes Primary (and secondary) sources on medieval and renaissance military history and warfare. (Currently (2020) It links the old pages from 2011 due to work on the website).

Medieval History

EuroDocs: History of Medieval and Renaissance Europe - Primary Documents - (Contents: 500 AD to 1600, plus a link  to Special Collections).  This Section is a a sub-set of the larger EuroDocs: Online Sources for European History .

Hanover Historical Texts Collection - Digital versions of historical texts for use in history and humanities courses. Includes  a small collection of letters of crusaders.

Medieval Politics and Wars

Related Research Guides

Crusades - Library and internet resources in Medieval and Renaissance Studies for research on the Crusades, by Debra Cashion ((Knights of Columbus Vatican Film Library, Saint Louis University).

Medieval Economics

Medieval Law

Avalon Project - Digital documents -  from ancient times to the 21st century (includes fields of  economics, diplomacy, government, history, law, and politics).

English Medieval Legal Documents  - A Compilation of Published Sources from 600 to 1535.