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Castle on hilltop 
Castle in Erice, Italy. Photo by 
Giampaolo Macorig used under Creative Commons license.

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SECONDARY SOURCES (scholarly articles)

For much more precise, relevant results, try the following instead of SuperSearch:

PRIMARY SOURCES: Original Material from the Period

Internet Medieval Sourcebook - Full-text sources on all regions and subjects, translated, from Fordham University

Medieval Texts in Translation - From the University of Leeds.

Epistolae: Medieval Women's Letters - Letters to and from women, 4th-13th centuries AD, in translation, by Dr. Joan Ferrante.

EuroDocs - Search by country, then scroll through the chronologically arranged primary sources. Not everything is translated.

Crusade Texts in Translation - European and Muslim perspectives in many separate ebook volumes.

Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies - A collection of primary sources in translation from Georgetown University.

ArtStor - Digitized images of art, architecture and artifacts from many periods and places in the world.

Books: Can be Primary or Secondary Source

Digitized Books Online (free)


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