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*Alliterative Morte Arthure, The
*Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
*Beowulf
*Biblia Pauperum
*Chanson de Roland
*Harley Lyrics
 
*Les Tres Riches Heures Du Duc de Berry
*Octavian
*Owl and the Nightingale, The
*Towneley Plays, The
*York Plays, The
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* Ancrene Wisse by Anonymous
Edited by Robert Hasenfratz for the TEAMS Middle English Text Series. The site also includes and introduction to the text and a select bibliography.
Note: by part          

URL: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/teams/hasenfratz.htm         Link Verified by NetSERF: 24 September 2013
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* Brut Chronicle by Anonymous
"The celebrated Chronicles of England, or "Brut Chronicle", is the earliest prose chronicle in English and was the most popular history of England in the Middle Ages. The Chronicle traces the history of Britain from its earliest (mythical) time (Albinia), including stories of legendary kings such as Brutus of Troy (hence its name), Lear and Arthur, and is quite detailed for the period starting with the reign of Edward I." This text, University of Michigan MS 225, is shown purely as images, without any transcription or translation. The quality of the images is quite high and useful for anyone interested in reading the original text.

URL: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/i/image/image-idx?c=brut&page=index         Link Verified by NetSERF: 13 March 2011
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* Castle of Perseverance, The by Anonymous
A modernization by Alexandra F. Johnston Based on an acting edition prepared by David M. Parry.
Note: A modernization by Alexandra F. Johnston          
Middle English /

URL: http://homes.chass.utoronto.ca/~ajohnsto/cascomp.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 14 March 2011
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* Cloud of Unknowing, The by Anonymous
Edited from the British Museum MS. Harl. 674. With an Introduction by Evelyn Underhill. You can read this work in a number of different formats: HTML, PDF, Microsoft Reader, Word, Palm eBook, Plain text, RTF, or Theological Markup Language (XML).

URL: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/anonymous2/cloud.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Codex Junius 11 by Anonymous
"This file contains translations from the Anglo-Saxon of the following works: "Genesis A", "Genesis B", "Exodus", "Daniel", and "Christ and Satan". All are works found in the manuscript of Anglo-Saxon verse known as "Junius 11" (Oxford, Bodleian Library 5123), which was compiled sometime toward the end of the 10th Century A.D. These works were originally written in Anglo-Saxon, sometime between the 7th and 10th Centuries A.D. Although sometimes ascribed to the poet Caedmon (fl. late 7th Century), it is generally thought that these poems do not represent the work of one single poet."

URL: http://omacl.org/Junius/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 15 April 2014
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* Dream of the Rood, The [NetSERF Select]
Texts are given in four versions: interlaced texts (modern English and Old English together), modern English, Old English and Runic.
English / Old English / Runic /

URL: http://www.flsouthern.edu/academics/eng/abruce/rood/TEXT.HTM         Link Verified by NetSERF: 13 November 2006
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* Everyman by Anonymous
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Site Info: 50K

URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/etcbin/toccer-new2?id=AnoEver.sgm&images=images/modeng&data=/lv1/Archive/mideng-parsed&tag=public&part=all         Link Verified by NetSERF: 24 September 2013
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* Eyrbyggja Saga: (The Story of the Ere-Dwellers) by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic (Old Norse) sometime around the middle of the 13th century. Author unknown, although some scholars have suggested a connection with the author of the "Laxdaela Saga"."
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URL: http://omacl.org/EreDwellers/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Grettir's Saga: (The Saga of Grettir the Strong) by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic, sometime in the early 14th Century. Author unknown."
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* Heitharviga Saga: (The Story of the Heath-Slayings) by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic (Old Norse) sometime in the 12th Century A.D. Author unknown."
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URL: http://omacl.org/Heitharviga/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Heliand by Anonymous
Latin /

URL: http://wiretap.area.com/Gopher/Library/Classic/Latin/Malin/heliand.txt         Link Verified by NetSERF: 24 September 2013
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* High History of the Holy Graal, The by Anonymous
"Originally written in Old French, sometime in the early half of the 13th Century A.D., as a continuation of Chretien DeTroyes' unfinished work "Perceval, or the Knight of the Grail". Author unknown."
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URL: http://omacl.org/Graal/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Laxdaela Saga, The by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic (Old Norse) sometime around the year 1245 A.D. Author unknown, although some scholars contend (on good, but by no means firm, textual evidence) that the author was probably a woman."
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URL: http://omacl.org/Laxdaela/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Lay of the Cid, The: (El Cid) by Anonymous
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URL: http://omacl.org/Cid/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Life and Death of Cormac the Skald, The: ("Kormak's Saga") by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic sometime between 1250 - 1300 A.D., although parts may be based on a now lost 12th century saga. Author unknown."
Note: entire text          
Site Info: 111K

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* Nibelungenlied, The by Anonymous
"Originally written in Middle High German (M.H.G.), sometime around 1200 A.D., although this dating is by no means certain. Author unknown. Translation by Daniel Bussier Shumway, 1909."
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URL: http://omacl.org/Nibelungenlied/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* Roman de la Rose: Digital Library [NetSERF Select]
The Roman de la Rose Digital Library is "a joint project of the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University and the Bibliothèque nationale de France. The creation of this resource and the digitization of manuscripts from the BnF was made possible by generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The goal of the Roman de la Rose Digital Library is to create an online library of all manuscripts containing the Roman de la Rose poem. We will have digital surrogates of roughly 130 Roman de la Rose manuscripts available here by the end of 2009."

URL: http://romandelarose.org         Link Verified by NetSERF: 14 March 2011
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* Ruin, The by Anonymous
English / Old English /

URL: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/~aczsjm/wap/angsp.html        
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* Sawles Warde by Anonymous
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URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/cgibin/browse-mixed?id=AnoSawl&tag=public&images=images/mideng&data=/lv1/Archive/mideng-parsed        
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* Siege of Jerusalem, The by Anonymous
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URL: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/etcbin/toccer-new2?id=AnoSieg.sgm&images=images/modeng&data=/lv1/Archive/mideng-parsed&tag=public&part=all        
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* Story of Apollonius of Tyre, The by Anonymous

URL: http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/ballc/apt/apt.html        
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* Story of Burnt Njal, The: (Njal's Saga) by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic, sometime in the 13th Century A.D. Author unknown."
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* Story of the Volsungs, The: (Volsunga Saga) by Anonymous
"Originally written in Icelandic (Old Norse) in the thirteenth century A.D., by an unknown hand. However, most of the material is based substantially on previous works, some centuries older. A few of these works have been preserved in the collection of Norse poetry known as the "Poetic Edda"."
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URL: http://omacl.org/Volsunga/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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* The Gutenberg Bible [NetSERF Select]
"The Gutenberg Bible, the first book printed with movable type, is one of the greatest treasures in the Ransom Center's collections. It was printed at Johann Gutenberg's shop in Mainz, Germany and completed in 1454 or 1455. The Center's Bible was acquired in 1978 and is one of only five complete examples in the United States." This site provides great view of the Gutenberg Bible. There is a very extensive history of the Bible as well as other materials of interest. The presentation and images are of top quality. You can browse through the Bible viewing thumbnails or jump to specific areas of interest. Each page can be enlarged to view even more detail.

URL: http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/permanent/gutenberg/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 14 March 2011
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* Theologia Germanica by Anonymous
"This work was discovered and published in 1516 by Martin Luther, who said of it that 'Next to the Bible and St. Augustine, no book has ever come into my hands from which I have learnt more of God and Christ, and man and all things that are.' It has since appealed to Christians of all persuasions." You can read this work in a number of different formats: HTML, PDF, Microsoft Reader, Word, Palm eBook, Plain text, RTF, or Theological Markup Language (XML).

URL: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/anonymous/theologia.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 September 2013
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