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Medieval and Early Modern Centre

  • Medieval and Early Modern Centre
    The Medieval and Early Modern Centre (MEMC) is in its seventeenth year of operation. MEMC runs a programme of medieval and early modern research events throughout the year, administers a research funding scheme, and supports postgraduate programmes, honorary research associates and visiting fellows.

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Other relevant Subject Guides include: HistoryEnglish; Celtic Studies


From Fasciculus temporum by Werner Rolewinck, 1490. A famous illustrated book of the 15th century and the most popular concise world chronicle of its time. The demand for this book was so great that it was translated into German, French and Dutch and appeared in at least 33 editions, in five languages, between 1474 and 1500. Rare Books and Special Collections, University of Sydney Library.

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