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Medieval History

This guide will help you with your research for Medieval History.

Primary sources for Medieval History

BU has collections of primary sources in print and electronically.  You can also find a wide variety of primary sources on the free internet.  See below for online sources.

To find what we have in print go to the Library Catalog and search for:

medieval sources

medieval reader

middle ages sources

middle ages reader

history sources

Some suggested titles are:

English historical documents. Reference DA26. E56 1996

Reading the Middle Ages Second Floor D113. R43

Gender and sexuality in the Middle Ages Second Floor HQ1075. G463

Carolingian civilization Second Floor DC70. A1C37

Love, sex and marriage in the Middle Ages Second Floor HQ513. M33

The papal reform of the eleventh century Second Floor BX1180 . P37

The Crusades Second Floor D151. C78

Medieval popular religion, 1000-1500 Second Floor BR252. M43 2007

Reading the Middle Ages Second Floor D113. R43

Medieval Europe Second Floor D113. M4

Electronic Primary Source Collections

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