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Digital Librarian: Electronic Texts and Primary Sources: "a librarian's choice of the best of the Web".
Le Médiéviste et l'Ordinateur: an online journal devoted to new technologies and Medieval history (IRHT, Paris).
Menestrel: catalog of CD-Roms relevant to medieval studies in general.


Google book search: interesting out-of-copyright books may be fully accessible in PDF format; others are sometimes partially viewable.
Google scholar: dedicated to scholarly articles, some directly accessible, e.g. in academic repositories.
Open-Access Text Archive: library collections scanned by the Open Content Alliance, a non-profit consortium of libraries, and hosted on the Internet Archive. Still in its embryonic stage regarding medieval philosophy; but let us be patient.


NB: we deliberately exclude electronic versions that do not mention their provenance or the printed source from which they derive, so as to avoid reporting unreliable editions.


Corpus Scriptorum Latinorum: a collaborative project for creating a "centralized resource for locating Latin literature on the internet
EpistemeLinks - Electronic Texts
The Philological Museum: "An analytic bibliography of on-line neo-Latin texts", by D. F. Sutton (Univ. of Calif., Irvine)
Philosophy Texts Online


Archivio della Latinità Italiana del Medioevo: Il progetto ALIM  intende offrire alla libera consultazione, sulla rete Internet, tutti i testi composti in Italia nel corso del medioevo e scritti in latino.
Bibliotheca Augustana: created by Prof. L. Harsch (Augusburg). A most elegant website, texts from reference editions, with notices and bibliographies. No search functions.
Bivio (Biblioteca virtuale on line): una collaborazione tra l'Istituto di Studi sul Rinascimento e Signum (Firenze) et il Centro di ricerche informatiche per le discipline umanistiche della Scuola Normale di Pisa (mostly focused on Renaissance).
CAMENA - Corpus Automatum Multiplex Electorum Neolatinitatis Auctorum  
CELT (Corpus of Electronic Texts): "The Free Online Resource for Irish history, literature and politics" of the "Documents of Ireland" project (University College Cork) includes of course medieval texts.
Documenta Catholica Omnia: comme le titre l'indique, immense projet de digitalisation de tous les textes issus des papes, des conciles, des Pères et Docteurs de l'Eglise, et autres écrivains ecclésiastiques, des orgines à nos jours. Inclut la Patrologie Latine et la Patrologie Grecque de Migne.
The Franciscan Archive: several online sources on the Franciscan order and some famous Franciscans.
Internet Medieval Sourcebook (Fordham Univ.): interesting selection of documents
Library of Latin Texts Online (CLCLT) [P]: a Brepolis database, created and run by the pioneer Prof. P. Tombeur; contains the entire corpus of Latin literature from Classical Antiquity up to the second century C.E./A.D, of the Patristic literature up to 735, medieval and Neo-Latin works. Sophisticated search-functions.
MediÆvalia: créé par Stefano Caroti (université de Parme); divers textes, soit hébergés sur ce site, soit référencés par hyperlien.
Past Masters [P]: by InteLex; a few major medieval authors. Search function.
Patrologia Latina [P]: electronic version of Migne's series (therefore to be used with the same precautions than Migne's non-critical editions). Search functions.
Perseus Project : Ancient Greek & Roman texts, plus now Arabic texts (since 2008), with dictionaires & other tools. Search functions. A Tufts Univ. database.
Peter King's Scholarly Resources: many e-texts available thanks to Prof. King (Toronto). The texts have been scanned from various sources and transformed in ASCII files. The editorial appartus and notes have been removed so as not to infringe copyrights. Do not omit to read King's caveat.
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae [P] : founded in 1972 the TLG has already collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era. An abridged version is free of charges.


(Bible) Vetus Latina Database [P]: citations of the Latin Bible from the writings of the Church Fathers; a Brepolis database.
(Bible) Biblia Sacra vulgata: Fourth edition of the Biblia Sacra iuxta vulgatam versionem, 1994. Search function limited to key-words.
(Bible) VulSearch:  view ad search the Clementine Vulgate Bible (1598). In addition: the Glossa ordinaria, and the Nova Vulgata.

Accursius: an edition project of his gloss on the Corpus Iuris; some passages available.
Adam Wodeham:
in progress edition of the Oxford Lectures by Olli Hallamaa & al.
Alanus Insulensis:
Anticlaudianus sive de officiis viri boni et perfecti (ed. Bossuat)
Risâla Zaynûn al-kabîr al-yûnânî ("Treatise of Zeno the Great man of Greece"), edition and Engl. transl. by J. Kenny
Albertus Magnus:
De quidecim problamatibus. De fato. (Spurious) De fine religiosae perfectionis/De adhaerendo Deo.
Anselm of Canterbury
: many texts on P. King's Resources (ASCII format, without the apparatus).
AristotelesAristoteles Latinus [P]: CD-ROM, by the De Wulf-Mansion Center, Leuven, with the ‘Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium’ Centre (P. Tombeur). Categoriae et De Interpretatione (in Boethius' translations) on P. King's Resources.
Augustine of Hippo: some works on J. J. O'Donnell page. Various works on P. King's Resources (ASCII format, without the apparatus).
Boethius: many works on P. King's Resources (ASCII format, without the apparatus).
Boethius: Consolatio, ed. by J. J. O'Donnell (from CSEL ed.), with a concordance.
Boethius de Dacia: De aeternitate mundi. De summo bono. De somniis.
Bonaventura de Bagnoreggio: The Internet Guide to St. Bonaventure, by the Franciscan Archive: several links to online texts & translations, including the Commentary on the Sentences (Quaracchi edition) along with an english transl. (book 1 also avalable on CD-ROM).
Calcidius: In Platonis Timaeum (ASCII format, without the apparatus, prepared by P. King)
Cassiodorus: De anima, Institutiones and Variae on J. J. O'Donnell's site.
Dante AlighieriDante online: complete works, text of the Edizione Nazionale. The Word of Dante is a beautiful site that offers multi-media tools to study the Divine Comedy, including teh searchable Italian text, an English translation, interactive maps, diagrams, music, a database, timeline and gallery of illustrations (sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Technologies in the Humanities, University of Virginia). De vulgari eloquentia. De monarchia. Quaestio de aqua et terra. Epistolae.
Dietrich of Freiberg: vd. Theodoricus de Vriberch.
Eckhardus de Hoheim: several texts in Latin and German on the Meister Eckhart und seine Zeit website. Quaestiones parisienses. Predigt 1. Von abgescheidenheit.
Encyclopédies Médiévales : quelques textes en ligne sur le site du Centre d'Etude des Textes Médiévaux de l'université de Rennes 2.
Gualterus Burlaeus De sensibus.
Guilbertus Pictavensis (Gilbert of Poitiers, Porretanus) : on P. King's Resources (ASCII format, without the apparatus)
Guillielmis de Conchis: Philosophia mundi, liber I
Guillielmus de Ockham: on P. King's Resources.
Guillielmus Heytesbury: Sophismata, Tractatus "Juxta hunc textum", édités par Fabienne Pironet.
Henricus a GandavoOpera omnia online: a number of Quodlibets and of articles of the Summa questionum ordinarium, plus some other texts, are available on the Web site of the team based at the University of North Carolina.
Isidorus Hispalensis: Etymologiarum libri XX (ed. Lindsay). Sententiarum libri III (ed. Cazier). Partial (but presumably in progress) transcription of his De Natura Rerum, from the ms. 83II of the Dom- und Diözesanbibliothek Köln.
Gratianus: Decretum, based on Friedberg's (1879) edition.
Hugo de Sancto Victore: Didascalicon (de studio legendi)
Hus, Ioannes: Responsum ultimum (Articuli condemnati et responsiones Husi) ; Ultimae epistolae
Ioannes Buridanus: on P. King's Resources (ASCII format, without the apparatus) and on the web site Buridanica.
Ioannes de Mirecuria (Mirecourt): provisional edition of his Commentary on Sentences, book I, by M. Parodi et al.
(Ioannes Duns Scotus) The Internet Guide to Bl. John Duns Scotus, by the Franciscan Archive: several links to online texts & translations.
Ioannes Duns Scotus: Questiones In Isagogen, In Metaphysicen, In Praedicamenta on P. King's Resources.
Ioannes Saresberiensis: Metalogicon (ed. Hall)
Ivo of Chartres: canon law texts, namely, the Collectio Tripartita, the Decretum and the Panormia.
Marsilius de Padua: Defensor pacis.
Nicolaus de Ultricuria (Autrecourt):  Epistolae. Articuli condemnati.
Nicolaus de Cusa:  le "Cusanus-Portal" devrait fournir un jour les oeuvres du Cusain en ligne. Encore au stade de projet.
Nicolaus Oresmius: Tractatus de Origine, Natura, Jure et Mutationibus Monetarum
Petrus Abelardus: many texts on P. King's Resources (ASCII format, without the apparatus).  Heloisa und Abelard: a comprehensive website, by W. Robl; contains tons of documents on Abelard, Heloisa, and their contemporaries, including online sources and texts.
Petrus Aureolus: in progress edition of the Scriptum super primum Sententiarum by R. Friedman & al.
Petrus de Candia: questions of his Commentary on the Sentences, by C. Schabel & al.
Petrus Lombardus:  Sententiarum libri quatuor, with an English translation, on the Franciscan Archive site
Petrus Ioannis Olivi: some texts and related information published by S. Piron's "micro-review" Oliviana.
Petrus Plaoul: parts of his Commentary on the Sentences being edited by Jeff Witt.
Proclus: Elementatio theologica translata a Guillelmo de Morbecca. Liber de causis.
Rabanus Maurus: De Rerum Naturis, transcription of Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, MS Augiensis 96 and 68, by W. Schipper, with a word of caution.
Ramon Lull Database: by the Centre de Documentacio Ramon Lull, Barcelona.
Remigio dei Girolami: several texts of this author, including quodlibetal questions, by Emilio Panella.
Richard Rufus: The Richard Rufus of Cornwall Project : work in progress, with provisional editions.
Ricardus SophistaAbstractiones.
Robert Alyngton: Tractatus "Juxta hunc textum", édité par Fabienne Pironet.
Robertus Lincolnesis (Grosseteste): The Electronic Grosseteste : with search functions. Many texts also on P. King's Resources.
Suarez, Francescus: Disputationes Metaphysicae, ed. by Salvador Castellote und Michael Renemann (Bochum).
Sigerus de Brabantia:   De aeternitate mundi. Quaestiones in tertium de anima.
Theodoricus de Vriberch: De visione beatifica. De ente et essentia. De natura contrariorum. De natura et proprietate continuorum.
Tertullianus: the complete works, processed from scans of different editions. To be used with precaution, accordingly to the editor's warning.
Thomas Aquinas:  Corpus Thomisticum:  includes the Opera Omnia (recognovit ac instruxit Enrique Alarcón; Leonine ed. text ), the Index Thomisticus by R. Busa, with multiple search functions, and other tools.
Walter Burley:  vd. Gualterus Burlaeus.




Catalogue Collectif de France: réunit le Catalogue de la BnF, SUDOC (catalogue des bibliothèques de l’enseignement supérieur) et "Base Patrimoine" (catalogue des fonds anciens et/ou locaux de 60 bibliothèques municipales et spécialisées).
Ebooks On Demand [P]: this paying service enables to order scans of out-of-copy right books from the catalogs of participating libraries.
Filosofia: i classici di B@bèl, by the università di Roma.
Hispanomedievalismo: metasite listing sites of online texts (many in Spain)
InkunabelLinks: Online Resources for Incunabula Research
Inkunabelkatalog INKA der Universität Tübingen für über 20 Bibliotheken Deutschlands.
LibWeb: a repertory of Library Servers accessible via WWW.
Manuscriptorium:  "a system for collecting and making accessible on the internet information on historical book resources, linked to a virtual library of digitised documents. The Manuscriptorium service is financed by the National Library of the Czech Republic and managed by AiP Beroun s.r.o.".
Online Arabic Books or Downloadable Arabic Books: a useful page on the University of Georgia site.
The Philological Museum: "An analytic bibliography of on-line neo-Latin texts", by D. F. Sutton (Univ. of Calif., Irvine)


Generalist databases

Google book search: interesting out-of-copyright books may be fully accessible in PDF format; others are sometimes partially viewable.
Hathi Trust Digital Library: a repositery provided by a consortium of research institutions and libraries, with a full-text search function. Full downloads limited, however, to members of partner institutions. Many scans provided by Google, but the catalog is more rational than in Google.
Open-Access Text Archive: library collections scanned by the Open Content Alliance, a non-profit consortium of North American libraries, and hosted on the Internet Archive. Still in its embryonic stage regarding medieval philosophy; but let us be patient.
OpenLibrary:  a similar project.


(France) Gallica: from the collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris.  
(France) Bibliothèques Virtuelles Humanistes: numérisation et la diffusion en ligne de fonds patrimoniaux conservés en majorité dans la Région Centres. Un projet mené par Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance avec la collaboration de l'IRHT (CNRS)
(Germany) Corpus Automatum Multiplex Electorum Neolatinitatis Auctorum 
(Germany)  Max-Planck-Institut Für WissenschatsGeschichte : focused on history of science.
(Germany) Monumenta Germaniae Historica
(Germany) Münchner Digitalisierungszentrum (Bayerisches Staatbibliothek)
(Germany) Verteilte Digitale Inkunabelbibliothek (Wolfenbüttel-Köln)
(Germany)  Wolfenbüttel: Herzog August Bibliothek 
(Great-Britain)  The Warburg Institute Library Digital Collection, with in particular medieval texts on astrology
(Italy) Internet Culturale. Cataloghi e collezioni digitali delle biblioteche italiane
(Italy) Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze
(Italy) Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Firenze
(Portugal) Biblioteca Naciona Digital
(Spain) Biblioteca Universidad Complutense 
(Spain) Biblioteca Universitaria de Sevilla
(Spain) Biblioteca Universitaria de Valencia  
(Spain) Digital repository of the University of Zaragoza
(Switzerland) E-rara: makes rare books from Swiss libraries available to the public, free of charge. The present focus is on 16th c. Swiss prints. Material on other subjects can be found under the heading Further collections
(USA) Medieval and Modern Thought Text Digitization Project, Stanford University
(USA) Islamic Heritage Project: "published materials" section of the project

Thematic web sites or pages

Al-mostafa: imprimés arabes variés.
Al-Tafsir: online collection of Qur’anic Commentaries, translations and other resources.
Alwaraq - Arabic eTexts: has a philosophy section, along with Coranic and secular sciences.
Biblioteca di Galileo (Biblioteca nazionale centrale - Firenze): i volumi che facevano parte della biblioteca di Galileo
DArIL (Digital Archive of Inaugural Lectures at Renaissance and Early Modern Universities): a database of said inaugural lectures (paginae), with searchable descriptions, digital photo-reproductions and codified transcriptions. A wonderful project led by the Università degli Studi di Padova, and the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.
Ethics Commentaries: a list, provided by Pekka Kärkkäinen (Helsinki), of digitized Medieval and Renaissance commentaries on Aristotle’s Ethics or moral philosophy writings that include a section on Aristotelian ethics.
Economics and politics: a list, provided by Pekka Kärkkäinen (Helsinki), of digitized Medieval and Renaissance editions of mostly textbooks and commentaries on economics and politics.
Islamport:  الموسوعة الشاملة Œuvres classiques en ligne
Marefa: grand nombre d’imprimés arabes (anciens, rares, voire récents) à télécharger.
Medieval & Renaissance Psychological Sources on the Internet: courtesy of Pekka Kärkkäinen (Helsinki).
MediÆvalia: créé par Stefano Caroti (université de Parme); divers textes, soit hébergés sur ce site, soit référencés par hyperlien.
Noorlib.ir: an expanding virtual library that includes philosophy books made searchable. Many texts are available in two formats: as digitized texts and as scanned books.
Sentences Commentaries: a list, provided by Pekka Kärkkäinen (Helsinki), of digitized commentaries on Lombard's Sentences.
Marco Forlivesi offers "a small collection of digital reproductions of classical academic works", including for instance Nicholas Bonet's philosophical works in 4 volumes, the Complutenses on dialectic, or John Punch's (Poncius's) two Cursus. Extremely useful, and an example to follow!

Individual authors

See also our Virtual Library section.

Aegidius Romanus:  Commentaria in octo libros phisicorum  (Venice, Andrea de Toresanis de Asula, 1502). -- In libros de physico auditu Aristotelis commentaria (...). Quaestio de gradibus formarum  (Venice, Locatello-Scoto, 1502). --  Questiones methaphisicales (Venice, 1501).
Opticae thesaurus. Alhazeni Arabis libri septem, nuncprimum editi; Eiusdem liber De Crepusculis et nubium ascensionibus (Basel, 1572)
Arnoldi (Bartholomaeus), von Usingen
: digitized editions listed by Pekka Kärkkäinen (Helsinki).
Albertus Magnus: Alberti Magni E-Corpus: this project, initiated by B. Tremblay (St Jerome's Univ.), is making available both in a downlodable format and an online searchable format volumes of the Borgnet edition and some other public domain editions. Help wanted for the continuation of this invaluable project!
Some volumes of the Borgnet edition and also the De animalibus libri XXVI, historiae naturalis pars XVIII (ed. Meyer & Jessen), and the De animalibus libri XXVI (ed. Stadler) available and searchable on the Stanford University digital library.
Aristoteles:  Les Ethiques en françois, traduites par Nicole Oresme  (Paris, 1488).
Averroes: Aristotelis opera cum Averrois commentariis. Venetiis, Apud Junctas, 1562-1574, on the Stanford University digital library. Thanks to the Medieval Academy of America: Commentarium Magnum in Aristotelis ‘De Anima’ libros (ed. Crawford, CCAA versio Latina vol. VI, 1); Commentarium Medium in Aristotelis ‘De Generatione et Corruptione’ libros (ed. Fobes-Kurland, CCAA versio Latina vol. IV, 1); Compendia librorum Aristotelis qui ‘Parva Naturalia’ Vocantur (ed. Shields-Blumberg, CCAA versio Latina vol. VII); Compendia librorum Aristotelis qui ‘Parva Naturalia’ Vocantur (ed. Blumberg, CCAA versio Arabica vol. VII); Compendia librorum Aristotelis qui ‘Parva Naturalia’ Vocantur (ed. Blumberg, CCAA versio Hebraica vol. VII); Commentarium Medium in Porphyrii ‘Isagogen’ et Aristotelis ‘Categorias’ (ed. Davidson, CCAA versio Hebraica vol. Ia); Commentarium Medium et Epitome in Aristotelis ‘De Generatione et Corruptione’ libros (ed. Kurland, CCAA versio Hebraica vol. IV, 1-2); ‘De substantia orbis’: Critical Edition of the Hebrew Text with English Translation and Commentary. by A. Hyman. (CCAA- versio Hebreica).
Ibn Rushd: quelques textes à partir d'une page assez inégale.
Domingo de Soto: In Porphyrii Isagogen, Aristotelis Categorias, librosque de demonstratione commentaria, on the Stanford University digital library.
Bonaventura de BagnoreggioOpera omnia, ed. Collegii a S. Bonvantura, t. V-VII (t. V. Opuscula varia theologica.--t. VI. Commentarii in Sacram Scripturam.--t. VII. Commentarius in Evangelium S. Lucae), on the Stanford University digital library.
Durandus de Sancto Porciano: his Commentary on Sentences, in the Venise 1571 edition (repr. Gregg Press, 1964), on the website of the Thomas-Institut, Köln, as a part of a new editorial project.
Franciscus de Mayronis: Commentarium in Sententias (Venice, 1520)
Ghazali (al-) : a detailed website with many original texts and translations.
Glossae: voir la section "Points of reference" / Ressources documentaires sur le site Glossae.net.
Glossa ordinariaBiblia Sacra cum Glossa Ordinaria et Postilla Nicolai Lyrani   (Venice, 1603).
Gualterus BurlaeusExpositiones super decem libros Ethicorum Aristotelis (Venice, 1521)
Guilelmus de Alvernia: Opera Omnia (Paris, 1674), on the Stanford University digital library.
Hugo de Sancto Charo: Opera omnia (Venice, 1703).
Iacobus Zabarella: Opera Logica, on the Stanford University digital library.
Ioannes Buridanus:  Quaestiones super Libris quattuor de caelo et mundo, ed. E. A. Moody (Cambridge, MA, 1942).
Ioannes Duns Scotus: see a complete list of scans of the Vivès reprint on Sydney Penner's page. --   Reportata Parisiensa in the Wadding ed. (Lyon, 1639), t. XI.2.  --  Quaestiones in quartum librum sententiarum: dist. 1-7 (ed. Wadding/Vivès, t. 16) and here also; dist. 8-13 (ed. Wadding/Vivès, t. 17); dist. 14-22 (ed. Wadding/Vivès, t. 18) and here also; dist. 23-42 (ed. Wadding/Vivès, t. 19) and here also; dist. 43-48 (ed. Wadding/Vivès, t. 20) and here also;  dist. 49-50 (ed. Wadding/Vivès, t. 21).
(Ps.) Ioannes Duns Scotus: Quaestiones Super lib. I Priorum; Super lib. II Priorum; Super lib. I Posteriorum; Super lib. II Posteriorum; In libros I, II et III Physicorum (Wadding/Vivès ed., t. II), and here alsoQuaestiones in libros IV-VIII Physicorum Aristotelis (Wadding/Vivès ed., t. III),  and here also.
Ioannes Scotus EriugenaAnnotationes in Marcianum, ed. C. E. Lutz (Cambridge, MA, 1939).
Lambertus de Monte Domini: Copulata omnium tractatuum Petri Hispani etiam (syncategorematum et) parvorum logicalium ac trium modernorum secundum doctrinam Thomae Aquinatis cum textu  (Cologne, 1490)
Lefévre d'Etaples, Jacques: Introductiones in Aristotelis libros naturales (Paris, 1492) ; Introductio in Metaphysicorum libros Aristotelis (Paris,1493) ; Introductiones logicales (Paris, 1497)
Letourneur, Jean (Ioannes Versor): Quaestiones in Aristotelis Metaphysicorum libros  (Toulouse, 1482?)
Licheto, Francesco (Lychetus):  In Johan. Duns Scoti super primo, secundo, tertio & Quodlibetis clarissima commentaria  (Paris, 1519/1520)
Nicolaus de Lyra:  see Glossa ordinaria.
Nicolaus OresmiusTractatus de latitudinibus formarum.
Petrus de Alvernia: Expositio super quattuor libris Meteorum Aristotelis  (Salamanca, 1497) (NB: see this important information). - Opuscula Aristotelis cum expositionibus S. Thomae et Petri de Alvernia [De motibus animalium, De longitudine et brevitate vitae, De juventute et senectute, De respiratione et inspiratione, De morte et vita] (Venice, 1507). -  [Scriptum super libros III-VIII Politicorum, in:] Aristoteles, Politica (...) cum commentariis Thomae de Aquino (...) (Roma; 1492)
Petrus (Crockart) de Bruxellis, OP Argutissime subtiles et fecunde questiones phisicales in octo libros Phisicorum et in tres De anima (Paris, 1510).
Rogerus Baconus: Opera hactenus inedita, ed. Brewer-Steel, vol. 1-9, thanks to Stanford University. -- Opus majus, ed. Bridges, vol. 1, vol. 2, vol. 3.
Tartaret, Pierre:  Commentarij in Isagogas Porphyrii et libros logicorum Aristotelis (Basel, 1514)
Tartaret, Pierre:  Commentarii in libros philosophie naturalis et metaphysice Aristotelis. Eiusdem in Aristotelis sex ethicos libros questiones (Basel, 1514)
Tartaret, Pierre: Expositio et quaestiones super totam philosophiam naturalem (Lyon, 1500)
Trombeta, Antonio (OFM):  Insigne formalitatum opus de mente Doctoris Subtilis (1517)
Trutfetter (Jodocus): digitized editions listed by Pekka Kärkkäinen (Helsinki).
Vitello: Opticae thesaurus. Vitellonis libri X (Basel, 1572)



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