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Medieval History


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Selected Sources Sections Studying History End of Rome Byzantium Islam Roman Church Early Germans Celtic World Carolingians 10 C Collapse Economic Life Crusades Empire & Papacy France England Celtic States Iberia Italy Intellectual Life Medieval Church Jewish Life Social History Sex & Gender States & Society Renaissance Reformation Exploration
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Maps and Images


Guide to Contents

The section of the Sourcebook is devoted to copy-permitted maps and images. These images can be used in teaching, and in web page creation. The source of images is indicated for each image.

  • Main Page will take you back to Sourcebook main page.
  • Full Texts  will take you to the index of full text medieval sources.
  • Saints' Lives will take you to the page on hagiography.
  • New Accessions Page will take you back to a file of Sourcebook contents organized by date of addition (so you can see what is new).
  • Search the Sourcebook will enable searches of the full texts of all the source texts at Fordham, at ORB, or selected ancient, late antique, and medieval text databases.
Medieval Maps If the map you want is not here, try:

General

Rome

Byzantium

Islam

Spain

Persia

Turks: Seljuqs and Ottomans

India and Far East

Merovingians and Carolingians

Crusades

Growth of European States

The Mongols


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