"The Bayeux Tapestry presents its story of the Norman Conquest of England in words of such simplicity and in images of such power that is has long determined
the view we take of the momentous events of 1064-66. This digital edition creates new and exciting ways of viewing the tapestry, with additional features in the form of a brilliantly-conceived array of supporting material. It transforms the way in which students and teachers alike will be able to approach, to use and to enjoy one of the most remarkable of all our sources for the Middle Ages" --Jewel case.
Mode of access: CD-ROMs in Medieval Institute Reference (Rm. 715)
Call Number: MEDIN 715 Electronic Z 6621 .B535 B53 2001
Each CD-ROM contains two complementary databases: a textual database and an image bank. The textual database consists of all the descriptive notes of the
manuscripts. The image bank comprises the reproductions of all illustrations. In addition, there is a series of background articles relating to the history of the Burgundy Library, important persons, or stylistic trends.
Brief description and images from 10 facsimiles of manuscripts of the Commentary on the Apocalypse by the ninth-century Spanish monk Beatus. These facsimiles
are available in the Medieval Institute Collection at the University of Notre Dame.
Mode of access: CD-ROM in Medieval Institute: Standalone workstation.
Call Number: MEDIN GEN Electronic G 3201 .S3 2001 .K4
An interactive exploration of the Hereford Mappa Mundi, a late thirteenth-century world map that presents, in over one thousand texts and images, a panoramic
view of the intellectual and conceptual framework of the Middle Ages.