Friday, 29 December 2017

Medieval resources website and ebooks sale

From TannerRitchie Publishing (https://tannerritchie.com):

TannerRitchie's Holiday sale is on until 15 January 2017!

Check out www.tannerritchie.com for huge savings on our entire ebook download catalogue, and Quick Access to MEMSO (personal access to our MEMSO database and ebook downloads designed for individuals).

And don't forget, libraries, colleges and universities can request a free trial to MEMSO (Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online), which is used around the world for anyone interested in the humanities and law.

We look forward to hearing from you!



COMMENT: So what is TannerRitchie? From the site:

TannerRitchie Publishing provides an extensive range of rare historical titles used by researchers, historians and genealogists around the world.

To cut a long story short, this is a site well worth exploring for early Irish, Scottish, and English resources from the medieval period onwards. For Scotland alone it has PDF versions of books from the Scottish Record Society, the Bannatyne Club, Scottish Burgh Records Society, the Historical Manuscripts Collection, the Iona Club, William Fraser's Scottish Family Histories, various Calendars of historic Scottish Government papers, and much more. (Note that publications from the Scottish Record Society are not included in this sale).

In the sale all ebooks are currently CAN $10 or less. You can also get a discounted access to the Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online (MEMSO) site, with the discounts as below:


If you are curious about MEMSO and early resources, now is the time to have a play. And believe me, you will find something of interest! There's some basic info on the resource at https://tannerritchie.com/memso.php.

Have fun!

Chris

Needing a Christmas present for a family history obsessed love one (or for yourself)?! For my genealogy guide books, visit http://britishgenes.blogspot.co.uk/p/my-books.html, whilst details of my research service are at www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk. Further content is also published daily on The GENES Blog Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BritishGENES.

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