A digital collection housed at the Internet Archive that represents virtually all the holdings of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries, which includes Princeton, Bryn Mawr, Villanova, Swarthmore, and many others.
Collection primarily of Western manuscripts, with French being the largest single national group, followed by Italian, English, German, Flemish, Dutch, and Spanish at the Morgan Library & Museum. There are also examples of Armenian, Syriac, Coptic, Ethiopian, Arabic, Persian, and Indian manuscripts.
Manuscripts from Corpus Christi's Parker Library. Strong in Old English texts.
Includes works in theology, music, medieval travelogues and maps, apocalypses, bestiaries, royal ceremonies, historical chronicles and Bibles as well as a collection of English illuminated manuscripts. Of interest to scholars working in many fields including historians of art, music, science, literature, politics and religion.
Ongoing project to digitize the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts; provides bibliographic information, digital facsimiles, and detailed information about provenance for a large volume of manuscript codices, folios, documents, and papers in a variety of languages from many continents.
The goal of e-codices is to provide free access to all medieval and a selection of modern manuscripts of Switzerland by means of a virtual library, which contains 2500 manuscripts from 97 different collections.