Fourteenth-Century LinkageThere are many excellent Internet-based resources for medievalists from all disciplines. Sites for general reference include the Labyrinth, and the Internet Medieval Sourcebook. A useful collection of texts in Latin (including many medieval ones) is found at the Latin Library.
We are not in the business of helping anyone with his or her homework (except, possibly, our own students). However, for the benefit of students and teachers alike, we have compiled a short list of fourteenth-century-specific resources which are available online; these are external links, for which we are unable to take responsibility.
- free e-books on the black death
- list of MSS Catalogue entries (including links to complete digitised manuscripts where available) for John of Morigny's Liber Florum Celestis Doctrine,
- The Medieval Globe open access volume Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death edited by Monica Green
- a complete calendar of the fourteenth century, matching dates with days
- some Tales from Froissart in English
- the Piers Plowman Electronic Archive
- a description of the Ars Nova movement in fourteenth-century music
- interesting information on Richard
- The John Gower Society