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Bibliographie de civilisation
médiévale
• Bibliography of monographs
• CESCM of the university of Poitiers
• Source: Cahiers de civilisation médiévale
• All aspects of the European Middle Ages:
language, literature, art, history, etc.
(multidisciplinary)
• Geographic coverage: Europe, Near East and
North Africa
• Period: 300-1500
• Start: Central Middle Ages – Gradual
expansion to the Early and Late Middle Ages
• 50.000 records
• 5.000 new records each year
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a query in all fields
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(author, title, language,
year)
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area and century;
enter subjects,
manuscripts, etc.)
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…. use one of the indexes
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on ‘Joan of Arc’ in the bibliographies (IMB/BCM)
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the International Encyclopaedia for the Middle
Ages (only available to subscribers of these
encyclopedias)
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