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This is not the oldest book in the library! There are two books both published in 1476 which have this honour:
Bruni, Leonardo. [Historia del popolo fiorentino]. [Vinegia (Venice) : Iacomo de Rossi]
Bracciolini, Poggio. [Historia fiorentina]. [Vinegia (Venice) : Jacopo de Rossi]
Medieval Studies at UCC
Medieval Studies in UCC may be studied with a number of departments and schools.
FMRSI (Forum for Medieval & Renaissance Studies in Ireland) a virtual community of scholars who are located throughout Ireland. 'Medieval and Renaissance' covers 4th – early 17th centuries CE/AD in all parts of the world.
List of locations of members and the funded research projects
List of events and activities (lectures, talks, conferences, colloquia, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, performances of all sorts, launches, new publications, assorted notices and announcements) in Ireland and abroad
Introduction Medieval Studies at UCC Library
This guide brings together key resources for the study of Medieval Studies at University College Cork. Use the tabs above to find:
Books & eBooks: Medieval Studies' collections at UCC Library; how to find books
Journals, Newspapers & Theses
Databases: articles & more for your assignments & research
Free Web Sources: recommended sources freely available on the web
This resource provides bibliographic data on historical writing dealing with the British Isles, and with the British Empire and Commonwealth, during all periods for which written documentation is available - from 55BC to the present.
Click on "Enter databases" and in the next frame choose BBIH.
CELT is an online database bringing the wealth of Irish literary and historical culture to the Internet. It is an Open Access database produced and hosted by UCC.