Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts

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The Catalogue offers records for over 3000 medieval manuscripts that have been digitized in their entirety. The CDMMSS aims to gather in a single convenient location the digitization work undertaken over the last decades by numerous national libraries and private archives, and focus on complete books rather than sample leaves or isolated images.


The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts was designed and implemented by Professor Matthew Fisher (UCLA, English) and Professor Christopher Baswell (Barnard College and Columbia University, English), with the assistance of Roozbeh Kavian (UCLA, Center for Digital Humanities), Peter Broadwell (PhD, UCLA, Musicology), Emily Runde (UCLA, English) and Malcolm Harris (UCLA, English) from 2007-2009.


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