The MRFH provides access to early humanist translators and their German works. The project covers the university and the Heidelberg court, as well as the cities of Strasbourg, Basel, Augsburg, and Nuremberg. A total of 144 works from the period of 1450–1500 are listed. The project also covers the transition from manuscripts to printed books. A total of 122 manuscripts and 145 incunabula have been examined and described in detail. The later printed tradition up to the year 1600 has only been included in short entries, which include 273 printings from the sixteenth century. Digital images of manuscripts and prints have been incorporated.
MANUS è un database che comprende la descrizione e le immagini digitalizzate dei manoscritti conservati nelle biblioteche italiane pubbliche, ecclesiastiche e private. While not full text, the database often includes detailed descriptions and/or summaries of the contents of the manuscripts.
This public food history project aims to find, cook, and discuss recipes from cookbooks produced between 1600 and 1800. Each month a new recipe is added along with historical contextualization, a photograph of the original recipe, a transcription, a modernization, and a discussion of the cooking process and results. The project also includes resources for teaching with early modern recipes.
A digital archive of manuscript miscellanies and commonplace books from ca. 1450–1720, including research and teaching resources for late medieval and early modern manuscript studies.