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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    book liber or its Greek form biblioteca means nothing more in Latin or in Greek forms a place to store books In the Middle Ages libraries which did not yet contain printed books of course but manuscript books were located mainly in monastic houses One famous example is the Stiftsbibliothek in St Gallen It is the only monastic library of the Middle Ages which survived in its original location and

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    Sources Scholarly examination of such sources has produced a large number of publications secondary literature that document our understanding of the Middle Ages Dealing with and being able to read both primary sources and secondary literature is necessary for the successful study of medieval history and is the foundation of any further scholarly work In this chapter we will deal with scholarly literature survey the many ways in which it

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    old fashioned form of monograph or a study of a particular period in history The character of a monograph is also determined to a great extent by its function of illuminating a given research topic from the intellectual and professional point of view based on training ideology world view position with regard to various methodological scholarly and even epistemological debates etc of the author typically involving three steps a survey

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    how to identify and find such items via references in other scholarly publications specialized bibliographies and specialized databases in the chapter Establishing a Bibliography Articles are the most common form of scholarly publication Scholars use them to document the results of smaller research projects smaller aspects of larger research projects new ways to solve an existing problem or question or to summarize results in a limited number of pages Articles

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    As the appended references show historical journals began publishing in Germany and elsewhere in the 19th century They also show that individual research fields of medieval history such as cultural history church history or various ancilliary fields have their own journals that publish articles on topics in that particular area The thematic focus of a journal can be deduced from its title Statement of purpose introduction and Table of Contents

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    written by individual scholars on particular concepts or topics specialized dictionary or lexicon One example of such a work is the Lexikon des Mittelalters as well as a series of other specialized reference works useful to medieval historians see the References list These specialized works written by scholars for scholarly use can be cited in university essays unlike articles in general encyclopedias One must always keep in mind when using

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    Christian orders etc Using cartographical reproductions requires us to consider that old maps always express that understanding of history dominant at the time of their production and never can depict historical reality see A Wolf 100 Jahre Putzger 100 Jahre Geschichtsbild in Deutschland 1877 1977 in GWU 29 1978 pp 702 718 Here is a heavily simplified Map of the Hungarian Conquest of 895 Similar kinds of information useful for

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  • Mittelalterliche Geschichte - Eine digitale Einf
    This genre is quite different from a listing of primary sources which contains a listing of sources ordered according to specified criteria Some bibliographies can now be accessed electronically in the form of searchable databases such as the Historische Bibliographie Online or JSTOR The former contains over 250 000 bibliographical entries of scholarly history titles published since 1990 history books monographs journal articles and book chapters in collections It is

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