Library holdings :
147- Latin Grammarians
288- Greek Lexicographers
400- Latin Lexicographers
500- Medieval Latin Literature
2500-Byzantine & Later Greek Literature
3000- Humanism. Italy
7375- Low Countries
8850- Eastern Europe
480- Classical Philology. Middle Ages
800- Medieval Latin & Greek
2750- Medieval Latin
2751- Medieval Latin
5000- Medieval Greek
200- Origins of Humanism
1100- Renaissance in Fiction and Drama
(Warburg Institute Intranet only)
Bibliography of approximately 230,000 articles and reviews drawn from over 550 medieval and renaissance journal titles. Updated daily and with more than 60,000 new records added annually.
A bibliography of secondary literature concerning the fortuna of classical authors to the year 1650.
By Charles Lohr.
Bio-bibliographical database of early texts produced in the Iberian Peninsula
Gateway to online medieval studies and material - in French
Medieval and Renaissance Web
The Medieval and Renaissance Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in all aspects of the Western Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
An Analytic Bibliography of Online Neo–Latin Texts
Created and maintained by Dana F. Sutton, Professor of Classics at the University of California, this straightforward metasite currently links to more than 550 online Neo–Latin texts written during the Renaissance and later. Alphabetical list, each entry includes author, title, URL, source site, and notes.
Biblioteca digitale della storiografia italiana dell'età umanistico-rinascimentale
Neo-Latin Word List by J. Ramminger
Leon Battista Alberti
Downloadable texts of the main works.
The Wolfgang Capito Project
The purpose of the Electronic Capito Project is to provide the text of letters from and to Wolfgang Capito which are either unpublished or have been published before 1850 and are therefore difficult to access.
Electronic version of the text with animations
The Complete Erasmus Online
The Erasmus Center for Early Modern Studies is a joint initiative by the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) and Rotterdam City Library.
Joseph Justus Scaliger Correspondence
Project based at the Warburg Institute