Heritage Made Digital: Tudor and Stuart manuscripts go online (British Library)

From last month and I missed it. Apologies to the British Library: Heritage Made Digital: Tudor and Stuart manuscripts go online. “The British Library is home to a world-class collection of manuscripts dating from the time of the Tudors and Stuarts. Over the past few years, we have been undertaking a major programme, known as Heritage Made Digital, with the intention of publishing online more treasures from the Library’s collections. This includes approximately 600 of these Tudor and Stuart manuscripts. Today, we’re very pleased to let you know that the first batch are available to view on our Digitised Manuscripts site — a list is published below.”

Registers from Archbishops of York Digitized and Put Online

Registers from the Archbishops of York have been digitized and put online. “They provide unique insights into ecclesiastical, political and cultural history across the North of England from 1225-1650 – a period that witnessed significant events including the Black Death, the Wars of the Roses, the Reformation and the English Civil War….The website, launched today, provides free access to over 20,000 images of registers.”