Monumenta Germaniae Historica

@article{Lambert1949MonumentaGH,
  title={Monumenta Germaniae Historica},
  author={Jules Lambert},
  journal={Scriptorium},
  year={1949},
  volume={3},
  pages={158-158}
}
Contenu : Base textuelle latine regroupant les textes utiles à l’histoire de l’Allemagne au sens large pour l’antiquité et le moyen-âge (cette base concerne donc l’histoire de l’Europe). Reprend partiellement l’édition papier des Monumenta Germaniae Historica publiée depuis 1826 et encore en cours. Cette publication s’organise en 5 séries (elles-mêmes subdivisées en collections...) : Scriptores : écrivains au sens larges (annales, récits, histoires...) Leges : lois et constitutions des royaumes… Expand
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