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Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Resources for research on Medieval & Renaissance Studies

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Manuscript Videos

CRL Medieval Studies Guide

  • CRL Medieval Studies Guide Restricted Access
    This topic guide lists medieval resources available through the Center for Research Libraries. Holdings are strong in Western European coverage and include church archives, collections of incunabula, and manuscripts collections such as "The medieval and Renaissance manuscripts of St. John's College, Oxford  : manuscripts dating from the 10th century to the 16th century“. 

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