includes all published volumes of Biblia Patristica, plus unpublished material from the archives, Sources Chrétiennes, and other sources.
Index of Medieval Art (formerly the Index of Christian Art)
indexes works of art produced without geographical limitations from early apostolic times up to circa A.D. 1550. The Index of Christian Art can be accessed from on campus at the University of Washington. The record for a given work of art is often very helpful bibliographically, too.
The RBMA is the standard inventory of the major forms of medieval commentary on Scripture, whether published or unpublished. Unlike the original print form of the RBMA, which appeared in 1950, this web-based version can be kept up-to-date.
für die Zeit von 1150 bis 1350. Ed. Schneyer. 11 vols. 1969-1990. Summit (University of Washington Suzzallo & Allen Libraries Baker Auxiliary Stacks 189.05 BE). 2nd verb. u. erg. Augl., 1979- . Indexing is by Latin incipit or phrase. So look your biblical text up in the Vulgate, and then the Latin (Ps 142:8: Ad te levavi animam; Mt 5:3: Beati pauperes; John 14:1: Non turbetur cor) in vols. 10-11. For more information, see the "Wegweiser" on pp. VII-X of vol. 10.
für die Zeit von 1350 bis 1500. Ed. Hödl & Knoch. CD-ROM. 2001. Unavailable via Summit borrowing, unfortunately.