Manuscripts / Incunabula
The offer of works available in digitised form is expanded continuously. The digital copies produced from the originals are full colour copies, those produced from microfilms are available in a bitonal or grey-scale quality.
In a joint project of the BSB and the MGH all volumes of the MGH-Editions are digitised and made available online.
Microfilm-Database of MGH (Manuscripts)
Digital copies of Latin manuscripts from the holdings of the Heidelberg ‘Bibliotheca Palatina’ (8th/9th - 16th century).
The UCLA Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts was designed to enable users to find fully digitized manuscripts currently available on the web; you can browse the catalogue by location, shelfmark, author, title, and language.
You will find digital copies of manuscripts from the church of Cologne, among them the manuscript holdings of the Episcopal and Cathedral Library Cologne.
The goal of the e-codices project is to provide access to medieval and selected early modern manuscripts held in Switzerland via a virtual library.
With the Biblioteca Carolina (8th and 9th centuries), the Library of Charles V and Family (14th century) and the Library of the Aragonese Kings of Naples (15th and 16th centuries) three collections of royal manuscripts will be fully accessibl.
The 215 fragments were removed from the Reichenau bindings during cataloguing in the 19th and 20th century.
By selecting “Latin” as a language you can search trough more than 2.780 illuminated Latin manuscripts.
Digital copies of manuscripts from the following colleges: Balliol College, Bodleian Library, Corpus Christi College, Jesus College, Magdalen College, Merton College, and St. John's College.
The purpose of the “Codices Electronici Sangallenses” (Digital Abbey Library of St. Gallen) is to provide access to the medieval codices in the Abbey Library of St. Gallen by creating a virtual library.
Digitised manuscripts from other institutions (Halberstadt, Historical Municipal Archive; Köthen, Historical Museum; Wolfenbüttel, Ecclesiastical Archive)
This dictionary contains more than 14.000 wood engravings of Latin and Italian abbreviations, especially common in medieval documents and manuscripts. On the website of the Cologne University Library you can either browse through the digitised version of the dictionary or go directly to the individual letter.
Du Cange, Charles du Fresne: Glossarium ad Scriptores Mediae et Infimae Latinitatis
Digital copy of the Léopold Favre edition (1883-1887) (PDF)
In this digital library you will find Latin texts as well as a Thesaurus (names and common nouns) of the Early Modern period (TERMINI).
Collection of Medieval Latin Philology. Here you will find Neo-Latin texts from the Renaissance to the 18th century.
Content for this digitisation project is provided by the Stanford University Library as well as other libraries from the ‘Research Library Cooperative Program’.
On this website you will find an extensive bibliography of Neo-Latin texts.
More Digital Collections can be found in in KIRKE.