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  1. Poetic Allusion and Poetic Embrace in Ovid and Virgil by R. Alden Smith, 1998-02-01
  2. Author and Audience in Latin Literature
  3. Horace and the Rhetoric of Authority by Ellen Oliensis, 1998-05-28
  4. Statius and the Silvae. Poets, Patrons and Epideixis in the Graeco-Roman World (ARCA, Classical and Medieval Texts, Papers and Monographs 9) by Alex Hardie, 1983-12-15
  5. Print Culture and the Medieval Author: Chaucer, Lydgate, and Their Books 1473-1557 (Oxford English Monographs) by Alexandra Gillespie, 2007-02-08
  6. Fifty Key Classical Authors (Fifty Key Thinkers)
  7. Sir Thomas Malory (Medieval and Renaissance Authors) by Felicity Riddy, 1997-08
  8. The Revelations of Margery Kempe: Paramystical Practices in Late Medieval England (Medieval and Renaissance Authors) by John C. Hirsh, 1989-01-01
  9. The Pilgrimage Motif in the Works of the Medieval German Author Hartmann Von Aue (Studies in Mediaeval Literature) by Mary Vandegrift Mills, 1996-01
  10. Robert Henryson (Medieval and Renaissance Authors , Vol 2) by Douglas Gray, 1997-08-01
  11. The Middle English Weye of Paradys and the Middle French Voie De Paradis: A Parallel-Text Edition (Medieval and Renaissance Authors and Texts; Vol 1)
  12. Ordering Chaos (Medieval and Renaissance Authors) by Bridget K. Balint, 2009-03-31
  13. The Historia Vie Hierosolimitane of Gilo of Paris and a Second, Anonymous Author (Oxford Medieval Texts) by Gilo of Paris, 1997-03-27
  14. Story of a Sin, by the Author of 'comin' Thro' the Rye by Helen Buckingham Mathers, 2010-10-14

1. Classical, Medieval, And Related Links And Indices
Scholarly links classical, medieval, and general NewJour, the archive of new electronic journals on the network The Vergil Home Page innovative teaching and research led by Joseph Farrell, University of Pennsylvania. notes for Greek and Latin authors. American classical League with important links
Scholarly links: Classical, Medieval, and General
This page points to libraries resources in classical studies resources in late antique and medieval studies , and some general scholarly tools
Library catalogues on the net : at present using a page created at the University of Saskatchewan Library. NewJour , the archive of new electronic journals on the network
American Philological Association web site Index of Computing Resources for Classicists (prepared by Maria Pantelia, University of California/Irvine) Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology Server , from the University of Michigan. Bryn Mawr Classical Review The Vergil Home Page innovative teaching and research led by Joseph Farrell, University of Pennsylvania. Department of Classical Studies , University of Pennsylvania Dr. J.'s Guide to Greece illustrated sites, lectures, texts. Greek and Latin Classics page from the Library of Congress Perseus project on-line version of the current edition, with exciting advances in on-line Greek lexicography Homer and the Papyri , by Dana F. Sutton, University of California (Irvine)

2. Literature And Authors; Medieval Latin
authors Poetry general information about classical poets, scansion, genres ofLatin poetry, and prayers. Latin Literature - medieval Latin Post-classical
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Latin - Literature and Authors Reputable authors and well-known classical literature, in both Latin and English, Medieval Latin, and prayers. Latin Literature - Authors A-B
Latin authors whose names start with A and B. Latin Literature - Authors C-D Latin authors whose names start with C through D. Latin Literature - Authors L-O Latin authors whose names start with L through O. Latin Literature - Authors P-S Latin authors whose names start with P through S. Latin Literature - Authors T-Z Latin authors whose names start with T through Z.

3. Latin Literature
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Latin - Literature Poetry and prose, Classical, and Medieval authors of Latin literature. Literature Authors General Information
Background and general information about Roman literature and authors, general observations, essays, links to libraries of literature by Roman authors, and genres of literature. Latin - Medieval Authors Reputable authors and well-known classical literature, in both Latin and English, Medieval Latin, and prayers. Latin - Poetry Resources on Roman poets, including Juvenal, Ovid, and Catullus.

4. Bibliography Of The 'Fortuna' Of Classical Authors In The RenaissanceThe Fortuna
. general Resources in AngloSaxon medieval Lit. . authors, Works, Projects De re militari (classical and medieval military studies) (Assoc.
Traditio Classicorum
The Fortuna of the Classical Authors to the Year 1650
Charles H. Lohr
Deutsche Fassung The following pages contain a bibliography of secondary literature concerning the fortuna of classical authors to the year 1650. The bibliography is arrarranged alphabetically according to the common form, in Latin, of the names of the authors. The Latin form is followed also for Greek and Arabic authors. The term "classical" has in a few cases understood in a broad sense, so that some references are included to medieval and Renaissance "classics", but the choice has been rather arbitrary. For the bibliography concrning the fortuna of biblical works, the following lists contain for the most par references only to books, periodical articles being omitted. The entries for the individual authors have been divided into general works (situated immediately after the name of the author concerned) and specific titles (arranged chronologically). Part 1: A-L Part 2: M-Z Abbreviations

5. Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2003.01.16
After a general introdution about the specifics W. comments on the various typesof His familiarity with the various classical and medieval authors is a
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2003.01.16
Derek A. Welsby, The Medieval Kingdoms of Nubia. Pagans, Christians and Muslims along the Middle Nile
Reviewed by Peter C. Nadig, RWTH-Aachen (
Word count: 2338 words
There has been a renewed interest in the ancient cultures of Sudan in recent years. A very informative and well received introduction to this subject was published in 1996 by Derek A. Welsby, an experienced field archaeologist who has been excavating in the Sudan for the past two decades. He is Assistant Keeper in the Department of Egyptian Antiquities in the British Museum, where he is in charge of the Sudanese collections. In his The Kingdom of Kush The arrival and impact of Christianity is the theme of chapter three (pp. 31-67). W. starts with the literary evidence from the accounts of numerous church historians. According to them Melkite (= Chalcedonian = orthodox) and Monophysite (= anti-Chalcedonian) missionaries were sent to Nubia by Justinian (= Melkite) and Theodora (= Monophysite). Therefore two creeds were originally established in the Middle Nile region, yet archaeologically they are difficult to distinguish. An extensive treatment is given of the funerary culture in those kingdoms ranging from Kushite to Christian burial. Interesting is an example from Esebi of Pagan-Christian tumulus and Christian mastaba tombs side by side (pp. 39 f. + fig. 13), which may indicate the respect of the later Christian population for their pagan ancestors. Additional sections deal with Pagan Nubian and Christian Nubian graves, tomb monuments, respect for the dead, tombstones, and popular religion, pagan traditions and magic.

6. The Romance Authors Research Index
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7. Classics Resources
Texts general Alex Electronic Texts Athena authors Page Bibliotheca Classica CenterLatin Greek files original versions medieval classical Libr.
Classics Resources
Almost all significant sites in the Classics can be accessed from one of three well-organized resource lists, copies of which may be accessed right here. There is Maria Pantelia's Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation ; another is The Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology Home Page ; the third is J. Ruebel's compilation, Classics Resources. By all means, visit the home page of the Washington University Classics Department The recently installed Argos search engine at the University of Evansville is a powerful tool for finding resources within Classical and Medieval areas of interest and study. The search box below will initiate a search yielding quick results and links to indexed resources on the World Wide Web bearing upon a subject of interest within its scope. Try it! ARGOS Limited Area Search of the Ancient World
"Universal" search site at the University of Kentucky
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8. IPL General/Reference Collection Middle Ages (Medieval)
of the most important literary works of classical and medieval authors are held tohigh standards of accuracy This online textbook for medieval studies contains

9. Shakespeare And Renaissance Sites: Table Of Contents
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  • All sites reached from this page have been judged useful for those interested in the subject area. Recommended sites are signalled with the ISE logo of the swan; outstanding sites receive two swans. [Return to top] This page created first in 1997; last updated on 3 February 2003.
  • 10. Literature - Cyberlibrary - LSCC Libraries
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    Anthology of Middle English Literature Beowulf Resources The Camelot Project Decameron Web ... Hwaet! Old English in Context

    11. General Literature Resources For English Teachers
    Literary Resources on the Net classical; Biblical; medieval; Renaissance; Eighteenth LuminariumLiterature and authors of medieval and Renaissance

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    13. MEMS :: Links & Resources
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    :: UM History of Art Department Department of Linguistics :: UM Linguistics Department Department of Near Eastern Studies :: UM Near Eastern Studies Department Department of Philosophy :: UM Philosophy Department Department of Political Science :: UM Political Science Department :: UM Romance Languages Department :: UM Slavic Department .: Campus :: General Bible: King James Version Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse Early English Prose Fiction :: Contains over 200 works of prose fiction dating from 1500-1700 English Poetry Database :: This database comprises the works of almost 1,350 poets from 600-1900

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    15. E-texts, Author Sites: General / Ancient Historians / Other Authors, Essays, Lan
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    16. Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Studying Ancient History
    for the Classics At UCI. general Etext Projects Online medieval and classical LibraryA select library of Texts of major Roman and medieval authors in Latin
    Halsall Home Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Sourcebook
    Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Indian Islamic ... Help Studying History Human Origins Mesopotamia Egypt Persia ... Christian Origins See Main Page for a guide to all contents of all sections. Contents Using Primary Sources Back to Index Nature of Historiography

    17. Medieval Latin
    IV. medieval Commentaries on classical authors. IV. Transmission, Translation,and Influence of Greek Literature in the West. I. general Bibliographies
    Medieval Studies Medieval Latin Literature I. General Bibliographies II. Serial Bibliographies III. Bibliographies of Lexical Studies IV. Repertories of Medieval Latin Authors and Texts ... IV. Transmission, Translation, and Influence of Greek Literature in the West I. General Bibliographies F. A. C. Mantello and A. G. Rigg, Medieval Latin: An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide (Washington, D. C., 1996). 016.477 M468 CLX, EGX.The essential comprehensive bibliographical guide to all aspects of Medieval Latin language and literature. Intended as a replacement of Martin R. P. McQuire and Hermigild Dressler, Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies: A Syllabus and Bibliographical Guide , 2nd ed. (Washington, D. C., 1977). 479 M17I1977 CLX. Silvia Cantelli Berarducci, "Bibliografia della letteratura mediolatina," in Lo Spazio letterario del medioevo 1. Il Medioevo latino , vol. V: Cronologia e bibliografia della letteratura mediolatina (Rome, 1997), pp. 312-. 809.02 Sp29 CLR. Broad coverage, including general reference works, major sub-disciplines, and named authors. Still of value are the following older works: Karl Strecker

    18. LC Classification: P - Language And Literature
    4505, medieval and Modern authors Writing in classical Greek. 50005660, Greek LiteratureByzantine and Modern. PB, 1-431, Modern Europeam Languages general Works.
    P - Language and Literature
    P General Lingusitics PA Classical Languages and Literature. ... Q - Science P Philology and Linguistics Relation to Psychology (General), Psycholinguistics Relation to Sociology, Socioliguistics Communication, Mass Media Language (General) Philosophy, Orgin, etc. of Language Science of Language, Linguistics Comparative Grammar Style, Composition, Rhetoric Translating and Interpreting Prosody, Metrics, Rhythmics Lexicography Linguistic Geography Indo-European Philogy Extinct (Ancient or Medieval) Asian and European Languages PA Classical Languages and Literature Greek Philogy and Language Latin Philogy and Language Greek Literature: Ancient (Classic) to ca. 600 C.E. Medieval and Modern Authors Writing in Classical Greek Greek Literature: Byzantine and Modern PB Modern Europeam Languages: General Works Celtic Languages and Literatures Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic Manx Pict Brythonic Group: Welsh, Cornish, Breton, Gallic PC Romance Languages Romanian Language and Literature Italian French, Provencal Catalan Language and Literature Spanish Portugueses PD Old Germanic Dialects: Gothic, Vandal, Burgundian, Langobardian

    19. Locating Books
    Reference Index Shelf 7REF Z7016 .G9 1982) Bibliography of criticism of ancientGreek and Roman authors. classical and medieval Literature Criticism 30
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    To locate books about authors, check in the FSU online catalog in WebLUIS , using the BASIC search screen. Choose the "Subject" search type and enter the author's last name first (no punctuation or capitalization needed; e.g. woolf virginia).
    General works on the author and books about individual works are listed alphabetically before the subdivisions. The subdivision BIBLIOGRAPHY will give you sources that contain lists of books and articles about the author and his works. The subdivision CRITICISM AND INTERPRETATION will give you books with criticisms about the author's works. other subdivisions of particular interest are: CHARACTERS, INFLUENCE, STYLE, SYMBOLISM, and TECHNIQUE

    20. Medieval General Literature - Page 2 Of 2
    from a list of 441 works of classical literature by 59 different authors, includinguser Internet medieval Sourcebook The Internet medieval Sourcebook is
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    Select from a list of 441 works of classical literature by 59 different authors, including user-driven commentary and "reader's choice" Web sites. Mainly Greco-Roman works (some Chinese and Persian), all in English translation. Internet Medieval Sourcebook The Internet Medieval Sourcebook is organized as three main index pages, with a number of supplementary documents. Each individual section is still large - an organizational goal here is to avoid incessant "clicking" to get between pages and to information. Labyrinth Sponsored by Georgetown University, the new Labyrinth runs on Web/database technology that allows you to sort the information to meet your needs.

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