Complete text of the Acta Sanctorum (Acts of the Saints). Includes volumes published between 1643-1940.
The source text for the database is that of the original edition, recommended by the Société des Bollandistes, and not the later incomplete editions published in Venice in 1734-1760 and by Palme in Paris in 1863-1870.
Available only on Library PCs. A software program that provides original language versions of the Bible with lexicons, dictionaries, and more.
Includes 90 Bible translations in 28 languages, 9 original language texts with 7 morphology databases, 6 Greek lexicons and dictionaries, 4 Hebrew lexicons and dictionaries, and 11 practical reference works.
Full-text of critical Latin texts. 1501-1965. When prompted to “select your login preferences,” click on “IP recognition.”
Former Library of Latin Texts Series A and B are now combined.
Many sources originally published in the Corpus Christianorum Series Latina,Corpus Christianorum Continuation Medievalis, Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum, Sources Chrétiennes, Migne’s Patrologia Latina, Acta Sanctorum, Analecta Hymnica Medii Aevi and Biblioteca Teubneriana Latina. Includes the Vulgate and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament.
Includes full text (pdf) of books in their series, Manchester Medieval Sources. Topics include the Normans, the Black Death, Catholic England and other theological subjects, women, Merovingian France, the reign of Richard II, and the annals of St-Bertin and Fulda. Covers medieval studies from medieval studies from c. 600s to 1600.
Searchable full-text of works by major philosophers in their original languages.
Past Masters titles reproduce definitive print editions of the full corpora of the seminal figures in the history of the human sciences, including published and unpublished works, articles, essays, reviews, and correspondence. See Title List.
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Searchable digitized collection of most surviving ancient Greek texts from Homer to 600 C.E., and many Greek texts from 600 C.E. to the fall of Byzantium in 1453.
Includes the Septuagint and Greek New Testament, plus access to an online version of Liddell-Scott-Jones. NOTE: Best viewed with Internet Explorer (ver. 5.0+) using the "GreekKeys" font. Requires downloading and installation of a Polytonic Greek font available on TLG's font page.