Welcome to RM Open Archive

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RM Open Archive is an Open Access scholarly repository, which covers the whole range of medieval studies: social, economic, political and institutional history, as well as cultural, religious and gender representations and practices.
RM Open Archive is open to contributions from all scholars who want to maximize the net benefits for scientific distribution and access: scholarly publications from all historical disciplines (archaeology, philology, palaeography, diplomatics, fine arts, geography, philosophy, literature, law, economics etc.), including historical methodology and didactics, are welcomed.
RM Open Archive mainly distributes published contributions (articles, monographs, conference papers, videoclips, etc.) in digital form, specifying where they were originally published.

RM Open Archive is OpenAIRE compliant (3.0 OA, funding) and registered in Open DOAR.
Metadata about the items deposited in RM Open Archive are available as Open Linked Data (RDF-XML) in Zenodo with CC0 License
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RM Open Archive was realised in the frame of the PRIN 2010-2011 project Concepts, Practices and Institutions of a Discipline: Italian Medieval Studies in 19th and 20th Centuries, coordinated by Prof. Roberto Delle Donne at "Federico II" University of Naples.
It is under the aegis of the following learned societies, which invite their members to deposit publications.


Società italiana degli storici medievisti (Italian Society of Medievalists)


Consulta per il Medioevo e l'Umanesimo latini (Council for Latin Middle Ages and Humanism)


Società Italiana di Filologia Romanza (Italian Society of Romance Philology)


Associazione Italiana dei Paleografi e Diplomatisti (Italian Association of Paleography and Diplomatics)


Mediävistenverband e.V. (German Association of Medievalists)

It also signed an agreement for the dissemination of publications in Open Access with:


Società Ligure di Storia Patria

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RM Open Archive supports OAI 2.0 with a base URL of http://www.rmoa.unina.it/cgi/oai2