Aeneid, calligraphic trial, Society of Antiquaries, Book I, lines 34-89, f. 1 and verso

Lancelot of the Lake, MS 905.4, vol. 1, ff. 1-76

Lancelot of the Lake, MS 905.3, vol. 2 ff. 1-307

The Tale of Haldor, the Son of Snorri the Priest,"unfinished calligraphic manuscript, Mark Samuels Lasner Collection

Egil's Saga, Society of Antiquaries Soc. of A. MS. 907, 1873-74

The Story of Halfdan the Black, Morgan Library MA 3471

The Story of King Harald, Morgan Library MA 3471

The Tale of Thorstein and the Story of Gunnlaug fragment, Bodleian Library misc. e. 233/1

The Story of Frithiof, fragment, Morgan Library MA 1494

Odes of Horace, Bodleian Library, Oxford

Odes of Horace, Cheltenham Library, Song 12

Image from the Rubaiyat (1872)

Rubaiyat, Bodleian Library, Oxford Don f. 3

Rubaiyat, Cheltenham Library

The Story of the Men of Weaponfirth, Cheltenham Library

Virgil, 2 ff. Latin text

Ynglings Saga, variants, Society of Antiquaries Soc. of A. MS. 906, with marginal drawings by Philip Webb and C. F. Murray


A Book of Verse

Catalogue of Morris's Books

Illustrations for the Aeneid by Edward Burne-Jones, Morgan Library

Braesel, Michaela."The Influence of Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts on the Pre-Raphaelites and the Early Poetry of William Morris." JWMS 15.4 (Summer 2004): 41-54.

Braesel, Michaela. "William Morris and 'Authenticity.'" Reading Matters Vol. 15, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres. [Discusses his early calligraphic designs, including "The Story of the Iron Man" from the Grimm Brothers]

Goodwin, K. L. Preliminary Handlist of Manuscripts and Documents of William Morris. Provides locations for Morris manuscripts

Whitla, William. "'Sympathetic Translation' and the 'Scribe's Capacity': Morris's Calligraphy and the Icelandic Sagas." Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies 10 (Fall 2001): 27-108. See Appendix A: "William Morris's Calligraphic Manuscripts," 80-95 for a list of locations and features of these manuscripts.