Librarian

Julia Schneider
715B Hesburgh Library
631-5724
jschneid@nd.edu

Medieval Studies

 

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Photographs and images

  • Access to the Middle Ages: Medieval Manuscripts in Facsimile View Full RecordFree ResourceFull Text Resource
    An introduction to medieval manuscripts and to medieval scripts through a selection of modern facsimile reproductions available in the University of Notre ... []
  • Bayeux Tapestry View Full RecordND-onlyFull Text ResourceND Catalog Record
    "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 ... []
  • In the heart of Hilandar View Full RecordND-onlyND Catalog Record
    The first complete interactive computer-based presentation of the frescoes in the main church of the Hilandar monastery on Mt. Athos. Usage info: Licensed ... []
  • Librairie des ducs de Bourgogne View Full RecordND-onlyND Catalog Record
    Mode of access: CD-ROMs in Medieval Institute Reference (Rm. 715)
    Call Number: MEDIN 715 Electronic Z 6621 .B535 B53 2001
    Coverage: v.1-v.2
    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 ... []
  • Medieval Seals View Full RecordFree ResourceFull Text Resource
    An introduction to medieval seals based on the collection of seal replicas in the Medieval Institute Library.
  • Revelations Medieval Style View Full RecordFree ResourceFull Text Resource
    Brief description and images from 10 facsimiles of manuscripts of the Commentary on the Apocalypse by the ninth-century Spanish monk Beatus. These facsimiles ... []
  • Wheel of memory : Hereford Mappamundi View Full RecordND-onlyND Catalog Record
    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 ... []