Digital facsimiles in the Netherlands and abroad
Codices Electroni Sangallenses (D,Eng,Fr,It)
Provides access to a growing number of digitised manuscripts from the Abbey Library of St. Gallen.
Codices Electronici Ecclesiae Coloniensis (Eng, D)
Provides access to the manuscript collections of the Episcopal and Cathedral Libraries of Cologne. Work in progress. Over 200 codices and over 65,000 manuscript pages have been digitised so far.
Digital manuscript library from the Research Library in Olomouc (Cz)
Presenting about 50 fully digitised medieval manuscripts from the Research library at Olomouc, In Czech, but nonetheless easy to navigate.
E-Codices. Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland (Eng, D, Fr, It)
Provides access to digitised manuscripts in Switzerland.
Early manuscripts at Oxford University (Eng)
Presenting over 80 early Medieval manuscripts now in institutions associated with Oxford University.
Gruuthuse manuscript (NL)
Medieval compilation of songs, poems and prayers, since 2007 owned by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek in The Hague. The manuscript is the only known source for a large number of Middle Dutch texts.
Manuscript 16, Huis Bergh (NL)
Web-exposition of a beautifully illuminated missal (1476) with among others the story of St. Mary Magdalene’s stay in the Provence.
Musick's monument (NL, Eng)
Contains digital facsimiles of Medieval manuscripts (with music)
The Beatrijs manuscript (NL)
Digital facsimile of the only surviving manuscript of the famous Middle Dutch legend of the nun Beatrijs, with audio-fragments in Middle Dutch and a modern translation.
The Utrecht Psalter (Eng)
.Digital facsimile of the interestingly illustrated 9th-century Psalter from the Benedictine Abbey of Hautvillers near Epernay, with introduction and explanatory notes with each page.
Trivulzio manuscript (Eng)
Presents the valuable 15th-century Book of Hours that was once part of the collection of the princes of Trivulzio of Milan. With many images, but not completely digitised.
Verteilte Digitale Inkunabelbibliothek (Ger)
The project „vdIb - Verteilte Digitale Inkunabelbibliothek“ aims at building a base for the digitisation of the incunables in German libraries.