Skip to Main Content
CEU Library, Central European University

Medieval Resources Guide

Useful Tools

DPP: Digitising Patterns of Power

Digitising Patterns of Power

Digitising Patterns of Power was a project by the Institute for Medieval Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), running from 2015 to 2019. Through this project, a database was created, providing access to historical and archeological data collections, visualization of data in the “DPP Map viewer” as well as scholarly publications related to the project. On the project’s website, you also find a repository of case studies and papers about the project’s methodology, digital tools (OpenAtlas database, GIS-visualization, network analysis), with a thematic focus on Central and Eastern Europe.

The Digitized Medieval Manuscripts app (DMMapp)

This application has been created by Sexy Codicology, an independent project with the goal to discover illuminated medieval manuscripts in digital collections. The DMMapp highlights digitized medieval manuscripts that are being held at more than 500 libraries worldwide. Search by library, city and country, if looking for specific collections – or browse the map!

Zotero guide for managing archival sources 

A helpful tool from Harvard Library – for medievalists, students and researchers working with archival source materials. Explains several strategies for how to use Zotero to organize, categorize and easily access your research material and primary sources.

CEU Library, Budapest, Vienna
This website is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License, unless otherwise noted.