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Under Advanced Search you can also selecdt " " to open up search fields for "Manuscripts," "Persons, Families, Texts" and "Places." (UIUC access only.) "Iter's bibliography includes literature pertaining to the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700). the section "Rapporti con le culture non latine", and non-textual subjects such as daily life, archaeology and material culture, and art history (but iconography is covered) or music (but Latin treatises on music will be covered under "autori e testi"). Medieval intellectual, literary, and institutional history; 4. Recent issues include also an alphabetical list of subject headings. Currently includes about 60 bibliographies, from Alfred the Great to York Corpus Christi Plays. Kaske, Medieval Christian Literary Imagery: A Guide to Interpretation, Toronto Medieval Bibliographies 11 (Toronto, 1988). A valuable research guide with chapters on: Biblical Exegesis; The Liturgy; Hymns; Sermons; Visual Arts; Mythography; Commentaries on Major Authors (Plato, Prudentius, Augustine, Boethius, Alain de Lille, Prophetia Merlini, Dante); Miscellaneous (Mary, The Cross, Eschatology, Number, Colour). A critical survey of major recent developments; includes sections devoted to disciplinary and institutional history of medieval studies, ancillary disciplines and source studies, political and administrative history, social and economic history, anthropological approaches, and literacy/orality. *Peter Dinzelbacher, ed., Sachwörterbuch der Mediävistik (Stuttgart, 1992). Short entries, many with select bibliography, on a comprehensive range of subjects; excludes persons, but there is an index of authors and titles of anonymous works mentioned in the entries.*James M. Primarily oriented towards the historical sciences, with articles (many with extensive bibliographies) on Latin Palaeography; Diplomatics; Numismatics; Archaeology; Prosopography; Comupter-assisted Analysis of the Statistical Documents of Medieval Society; Medieval Chronology: Theory and Practice; Medieval English Literature; Latin Philosophies of the Middle Ages; Medieval Law; Medieval Science and Natural Philosophy; Tradition and Innovation in Medieval Art; Medieval Music in Perspective. By clicking on the tab "References" for a given chapter one can quickly access an up-to-date selective bibliography of the topic., ed. 405-9; a more comprehensive list including works of broader scope that include coverage of medieval topics, see Mantello & Rigg, Medieval Latin, pp. For dictionaries of medieval historical terms and biographical dictionaries, see the next section. (Chicago, 1996), especially "Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Manuscripts," "Christianity," and "History and Area Studies.