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In this chapter an overview of important electronic and printed historical sources for Medieval History is presented. The University Library of Groningen owns a collection of printed sources held in the closed stacks or on the open shelves in the reading rooms. Another part of the collection of historical sources is available online.

Medieval sources published in print

Historical sources for Medieval History can be found in various places in the Library.

  • In the Sources Reading Room on the second floor, with call number UALG 965R. See below for some important titles.

Other locations for historical sources for Medieval History in the Library:

  • In the Arts Collection on the second floor. In the History section, section 60 medieval historical sources are arranged by call number 60.ABC 2.0n L. ABC stands for the country code; 2.0x stands for medieval history and .01 - .11 is the subject code. Capital letter L is the publication type,meaning a source published in print.
  • In the Arts Collection in section 33.090 Regional History, and in section 34.090 Friesian History historical sources can be found. Here as well 2.0n stands for medieval sources.

Other medieval databases

Source types and source heuristics: for narrative sources

Bronnenreeksen met vertaling: Middeleeuwen

Electronic source collections

Source series: Middle Ages



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Subjects: Faculty of Arts