New amazing website!!! Don’t miss ‘Digitized Medieval Manuscripts Maps (DMMmaps)’

Some of you may already knew about the interactive map gathering all the databases of digitized medieval manuscripts developed by @SexyCodicology (website). If not, now you can not miss a visit because he has done to all of us medievalists a great Christmas gift! A new website designed specifically for this map: Digitized Medieval Manuscripts … Continue reading

Changes on De Re Palaeographica website

Dear DeRePalaeographica followers, As you may have noticed, this site has changed (and I mean not only snowflakes). With the New Year comes new purposes and mine has been, for several years, to create a site only for my beloved Visigothic script. I know, I have an obsession! Therefore, if you are following because of … Continue reading

News: a new resource for scholars of Bede

Originally posted on FMRSI: was set up to publicise activities relating to the academic study of the Anglo-Saxon monk and scholar, the Venerable Bede (c. 673–735). At you will find a record of Bede sessions that have taken place at the  International Medieval Congress (University of Leeds) and International Congress on Medieval Studies (University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, MI)…

Centenary of E. A. Lowe’s ‘The Beneventan Script’

The Society for Beneventan Studies is pleased to announce two events to celebrate the centenary of the publication of the E. A. Lowe’s seminal study The Beneventan Script (1914). Lowe and Beyond: New Directions in Research at the Centenary of ‘The Beneventan Script’ (1914-2014) Two sessions at the 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, at … Continue reading

Medieval Hungary: Poland to digitise medieval manuscripts

See on – Medieval Manuscripts | Medieval Palaeography The project is already in full swing – in the database of the library, currently 674 medieval manuscripts can be accessed. The material is also available via the Europeana portal. The news gave me a chance to update my list of … See on