Medieval Latin Hagiography
This web page is divided into five subsections. The first provides a brief general guide to web sites dedicated to hagiography in general. The second starts by presenting a brief selection from the traditional bibliography of the subject, indispensable for any research in the field of Latin hagiography. It also lists websites which present a more complete bibliography, at least of one particular area, either in printed or virtual form. The next two sections consider how to compile a dossier on a saint; how to locate manuscripts; and how far it is possible to consult certain works online. Finally, in the last section, we take a look at sites which make it possible to follow the evolution of research in hagiography.
We would like to thank in particular, for agreeing to read through this page, Michel Trigalet, who works on the project Hagiographies (see Online bibliographies and who has recently defended his brilliant doctoral thesis on The medieval publication of Latin hagiography (FUNDP, Namur, Belgium).