Illuminated Manuscripts: Blogs and Internet Groups

Blogs and Internet Groups


Institutional blogs

Bibliothèque nationale de France

Berkeley Library

  • Philobiblon updates from free internet-based bio-bibliographical database of texts written in the various Romance vernaculars of the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages and the early Renaissance. Director Charles B. Faulhaber

British Library

John Rylands Library Special Collections Blog

Durham Priory Library

Magdalen College, Oxford

  • MIMSS The Magdalen Iberian Medieval Studies Seminar (hereafter MIMSS) is a forum for different events and activities connected with advanced research in the field of Iberian medieval studies established in Magdalen College, Oxford.

University of Glasgow Library

Personal blogs

Biblonia, a medievalist's blog about reading, writing and the impact of books from ancient times to the digital age.

Cartularios medievales. Medieval Cartularies

Conscriptio is Spanish platform 2.0 dedicated to the auxiliary sciences of history like paleography, diplomatics, codicology, sigillography, chronology, and epigraphy.

Histoire du livre blog destiné à faire circuler l'information relative aux recherches en histoire du livre : conférences, nouvelles publications, travaux en cours, etc., dont nous pouvons avoir connaissance.

Le manuscrit médiéval blog dedicated to the medieval manuscript, until its relationship with the first incunabula.

Manuscript Art

Medieval Manuscripts Provenance Peter Kidd is a freelance researcher who works primarily on medieval manuscripts, with a particular specialisation in cataloguing and provenance research of liturgical and illuminated books, leaves, and cuttings.

Miniatura Italiana blog Site of Anna Melograni, founder and editor, dedicated to Illuminated Manuscripts and old books

Internet Groups

Teaching the codex is run by Tristan Franklinos and Mary Boyle. Pedagogical Approaches to Palaeography and Codicology