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Resources covering Medieval and Rennaissance Studies
Subjects: History, Humanities

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Books/ E-books: Collections of E-books relevant to the study of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

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Opening the Geese Book: A full digital facsimile of both volumes of the Geese Book (completed in 1510 for the parish of St. Lorenz in Nuremberg), as well as videos, chants corresponding to the musical notation and more, of the mass liturgy that was sung by choir boys until the Reformation.

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Rachel Leket-Mor

Liaison with Religious Studies, Philosophy, Center for Jewish Studies, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

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