bokst_DSThe texts are regularly published as books in the series Svenskt Diplomatarium (Diplomatarium Suecanum), the national Swedish charter edition. The intention is to make the medieval texts, often difficult to read, as accessible as possible. This means that they are provided with an explanatory summary of the contents in modern Swedish and that all the abbreviations in the originals are written in full. Additionally, the text editions are accompanied by historical commentaries as well as text critical notes.

The Diplomatarium books can be ordered through the National Archives online store.

News at the Diplomatarium

The latest book in the Diplomatarium series (the documents of 1380) was published in December 2017 and completed the eleventh volume.

A new book in the series Medieval Sweden will be published in November 2018: Annika Björklund, Det medeltida Sverige. 7, Värmland.

The Diplomatarium library and archives

The editorial staff has collected an extensive documentation about the medieval charters of Sweden. The books are found in the Diplomatarium reference library, and the large collections of working papers, registers and photocopies in the Diplomatarium archives. The library specializes in (Nordic) medieval history, diplomatics and charter editions. It is primarily a reference and working library for the editors.

Visiting scholars and students can be given the opportunity to work in the library and use the literature in place. Please contact the Diplomatarium staff (Telephone: +(0)10 476 7311). Diplomatarium staff

The Diplomatarium Suecanum Main Catalogue, SDHK

SDHK contains information on more than 40,000 Swedish charter texts relating to Sweden in a broad sense. The texts that have so far been printed in the Diplomatarium main series (to 1380) and in the side series concerning the years 1401–1420 can also be found in the database.
SDHK Catalogue

Medieval Sweden, Det medeltida Sverige, DMS

Since 2012, the historical research project Medieval Sweden has its home within the unit Svenskt Diplomatarium at the National Archives. The works is financed by The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities (Kungl. Vitterhetsakademien) and the National Archives.
Medieval Sweden

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