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Medieval & Renaissance Studies: Selected Websites

This guide consists of a listing of materials available either in The St. Scholastica Library or available through The St. Scholastica Library for students taking classes in our Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor.

The Labourer


"The Labourer."  Illustration from the French manuscript Livre des Echecs Moralises [Book of Moral Implications of Chess] - 15th century.

Image from Art Museum Image Gallery.

General Sites


Classic & Medieval Literature

Renaissance Literature


Super fun

Angel locking the door of hell

An angel locking the door of Hell: Cotton MS Nero C IV, f. 39r from the British Library's Medieval Manuscripts Blog.

Citing websites

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