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What journals are available at Persée or Open Edition?
How do I find an up-to-date list of the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal’s digitized works?
Is there a database for exemplary literature? Medieval sermons? Early laws?
When is the next AARHMS conference?
Who is working on the Estoria de Espanna? The Crónica de 1344?
Can I search Briquet’s Les Filigranes online?
Does any group sponsor a bibliography of hagiography?
Where can I find medieval Iberian language corpora?
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