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Early English Books Online offers a digitized image of every text published in English between 1483 and 1700.  At its core it is commercial, but several universities support searches of the material. More than 60,000 texts are searchable at the University Michigan site linked above.  Publication metadata is provided by the Text Creation Partnership.
 
Early English Books Online offers a digitized image of every text published in English between 1483 and 1700.  At its core it is commercial, but several universities support searches of the material. More than 60,000 texts are searchable at the University Michigan site linked above.  Publication metadata is provided by the Text Creation Partnership.
  
===M<big>edieval Nordic Text Archive</big>===
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===<big>European History Primary Sources</big>===
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Website: [http://primary-sources.eui.eu/search-options European History Primary ]
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European History Primary Sources, an umbrella site for digital projects and resources, offers a [Sources http://primary-sources.eui.eu/search-options free-text search] across all its textual resources, allows searches to be saved, and provides lists to [primary-sources.eui.eu/browse-repositories digitized resources] and [http://primary-sources.eui.eu/browse-portals national portals] where available. Its geographical and cultural breadth (from Iceland to Turkey) is immense.
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===<big>Medieval Nordic Text Archive</big>===
  
 
Website: [http://www.menota.org/forside.xhtml Medieval Nordic Text Archive (MNTA)]
 
Website: [http://www.menota.org/forside.xhtml Medieval Nordic Text Archive (MNTA)]
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The OTA was begun on mainframe computers with the curated encoding of texts important for the study of the languages and literatures both early and modern. Its website contains numerous links to tools and related projects.
 
The OTA was begun on mainframe computers with the curated encoding of texts important for the study of the languages and literatures both early and modern. Its website contains numerous links to tools and related projects.
  
===<i><big>Perseus</big></i>===
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===<i><big>Perseus Digital Library</big></i>===
  
 
Website: [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/ <i>Perseus</i>]
 
Website: [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/ <i>Perseus</i>]
  
Perseus was originally developed under the direction of Gregory Crane (then at Tufts University) with the aim of enabling students to explore the classical literature encoded by Packard Humanities Institute and the [http://www.tlg.uci.edu/ Thesaurus Linguae Graecae]. It subsequently expanded to incorporate many other aspects of classical civilization, including graphical explanations of textual references, as for example [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/artifact?name=Aegina,+Temple+of+Aphaia&object=Building here].  It now extends to research in other languages and later periods.  Its catalogue is [http://catalog.perseus.org/ online]. A separate digital lexicon (e.g. this one, for [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:2002.02.0015 Arabic-English] translation),  
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Perseus was originally developed under the direction of Gregory Crane with the aim of enabling students to explore the classical literature encoded by Packard Humanities Institute and the [http://www.tlg.uci.edu/ Thesaurus Linguae Graecae]. It subsequently expanded to incorporate many other aspects of classical civilization, including graphical explanations of textual references, as for example [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/artifact?name=Aegina,+Temple+of+Aphaia&object=Building here].  It now extends to research in other languages and later periods.  Its catalogue is [http://catalog.perseus.org/ online]. A separate digital lexicon (e.g. this one, for [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:2002.02.0015 Arabic-English] translation),  
 
is available for each one.
 
is available for each one.
  
===Packard Humanities Institute Early Texts===
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===<big>Packard Humanities Institute Early Texts</big>===
  
The Packard Humanities Institute has encoded and in some cases translated a large quantity of text from Roman antiquity and the Persian middle ages. Texts are indexed and are easily browsed and searched.  Musical references are incidental.   
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The Packard Humanities Institute has encoded and in some cases translated a large quantity of text from Roman antiquity and the Persian middle ages. Texts are indexed and are easily browsed and searched.  They are available for personal use only.  Musical references are incidental.   
  
 
* [http://latin.packhum.org/browse PHI Latin Texts] (200–<i>c</i> 600 CE)
 
* [http://latin.packhum.org/browse PHI Latin Texts] (200–<i>c</i> 600 CE)
  
* [http://persian.packhum.org/persian//main PHI Persian Literature in Translation]
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* [http://persian.packhum.org PHI Persian Literature in Translation]
  
===Rousseau Online===
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===<big>Rousseau Online</big>===
  
 
Website: [http://www.rousseauonline.ch/tdm.php Rousseau Online: Contents]
 
Website: [http://www.rousseauonline.ch/tdm.php Rousseau Online: Contents]
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Rousseau's writings contain countless items of interest.  Here you can find the text of Pygmalion, Rousseau's <i>Essay on Modern Music</i>, his letters to Charles Burney and Messieur Raynal, the <i>Dictionnaire de la Musique</i>, and a host of miscellaneous writings from all periods of his life.  The script is modern.  ePub and PDF formats are both supported.
 
Rousseau's writings contain countless items of interest.  Here you can find the text of Pygmalion, Rousseau's <i>Essay on Modern Music</i>, his letters to Charles Burney and Messieur Raynal, the <i>Dictionnaire de la Musique</i>, and a host of miscellaneous writings from all periods of his life.  The script is modern.  ePub and PDF formats are both supported.
  
===TextGrid Repository===
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===<big>TextGrid Repository</big>===
  
 
Website: [https://textgridrep.org TextGrid Repository]
 
Website: [https://textgridrep.org TextGrid Repository]
  
The TextGrid Repository contains metadata concerning a wude-ranging miscellany of verse, prose, drama, and other writings. Verse is the largest category, with 118,000 items at present. The other three combined amount to roughly 66,000 items. The "grid" is formed by hyperlinked metadata. The objects themselves are in various other locations but will eventually be directly downloadable.
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The TextGrid Repository, a virtual research environment for the humanities, contains metadata for a wide-ranging miscellany of verse, prose, drama, and other writings. It has been developed at the University of Göttingen. Verse is the largest category, with 118,000 items at present. The other three combined amount to roughly 66,000 items. The "grid" is formed by hyperlinked metadata. The objects themselves are in various other locations but will eventually be directly downloadable. Contributions of encoded texts are accepted. Please enquire first (https://textgrid.de/en/kontakt/).
 
 
===Théâtre classique===
 
  
Website: [http://http://www.theatre-classique.fr/pages/programmes/PageEdition.php Théâtre classique (Classic Theater)]
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===<big>Théâtre classique</big>===
  
Classic Theater is an umbrella website focused on French dramas from the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries. Full texts (852) in HTML, PDF, and sometimes other formats are available for the works of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Corneille Thomas Corneille], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denis_Diderot Denis Diderot], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_de_La_Fontaine Jean de La Fontaine], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_de_Marivaux Pierre de Marivaux], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moli%C3%A8re Molière] (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin), [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Racine Jean Racine], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voltaire Voltaire] (François-Marie Arouet), and many other dramatists. All texts are [http://www.tei-c.org/index.xml TEI]-compliant.  Materials can be located by place, date, author, and several other rubrics. Among its dependent sites, the <i>Pièces des registres de la Comédie Française</i>  (1060) gives genre and exact date for the performances of the Comédie from its founding in 1680 up to the Revolution.  This project is a collaboration with the [http://cfregisters.org Comédie Française Registers Project]. It builds on the work of the the [http://www.cesar.org.uk/ Calendrier Électronique des Spectacles sous l’Ancien Régime et sous la Révolution] (listed separately under structured databases).
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Website: [http://www.theatre-classique.fr Théâtre classique (Classic Theater)]
  
===Text Collections Online===
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Théâtre classique (Classic Theater) is an umbrella website focused on French dramas from the sixteenth into the twentieth century. Full texts (1,500) and more than one hundred polemical and theoretical pieces are included. These are provided in HTML, PDF, and sometimes other formats. Representative authors include [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Corneille Thomas Corneille], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denis_Diderot Denis Diderot], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_de_La_Fontaine Jean de La Fontaine], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_de_Marivaux Pierre de Marivaux], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moli%C3%A8re Molière] (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin), [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Racine Jean Racine], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voltaire Voltaire] (François-Marie Arouet), and many other dramatists. All texts are [http://www.tei-c.org/index.xml TEI]-compliant. 
  
Website: [http://goldenpages.jpehs.co.uk/golden-pages/text-collections-online/ Text Collections Online]
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Materials can be located by place, date, author, and several other rubrics. Among its dependent sites, the <i>Pièces des registres de la Comédie Française</i> (1060) gives genre and exact date for the performances of the Comédie from its founding in 1680 up to the Revolution.  This project is a collaboration with the [http://cfregisters.org Comédie Française Registers Project]. It builds on the work of the the [http://www.cesar.org.uk/ Calendrier Électronique des Spectacles sous l’Ancien Régime et sous la Révolution] (listed separately under Structured Databases).
  
This portal based in the United Kingdom is focused chiefly on literary and theological sources but provides a very generous number of links to well established repositories.
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<i>Update for 2021 from CCARH</i>: The home URL can be difficult to connect with, but component parts, e.g. the [https://theatre-classique.fr/pages/bio/auteurs.htm biographical dictionary of authors, comic actors, and musicians], are consistently available.  [https://artfl-project.uchicago.edu/content/artfl-resources ARTFL], a similar but older project, offers access to its resources through university subscriptions.
  
===Thesaurus Linguae Graecae===
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===<big>Thesaurus Linguae Graecae</big>===
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[[File:TLG_tet.PNG|360px|left|thumb|<small>Entry for the word <i>tetrachordikos</i> ("of or belonging to the tetrachord") according to the searchable Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon on the website of the <i>Thesaurus Linguae Graecae</i>.</small>]]
  
 
Website: [http://www.tlg.uci.edu/ Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG)]
 
Website: [http://www.tlg.uci.edu/ Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG)]
  
The TLG issues from a pioneering effort to develop tools for the computerized study of ancient Greek.  This effort preceded the advent of personal computer by a decade.  Because of the need for special fonts, the collection is still mainly distributed on CD-ROM.  An [http://www.tlg.uci.edu/demoinfo/demo.php abridged version] of the TLG is now onlineIt requires the advance download of a viewing fontThe TLG website is now linked to a searchable online version of the Liddell-Scott-Jones [http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lsj/ Greek-English Lexicon]. Classicists may also note the in-progress [http://epigraphy.packhum.org/inscriptions/ Greek epigraphy] project of the Packard Humanities Institute.
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The TLG issues from a pioneering effort to develop tools for the computerized study of ancient Greek.  This effort preceded the advent of personal computer by a decade.  Because of the need for special fonts, the collection is still mainly distributed on CD-ROM.  An [http://www.tlg.uci.edu/demoinfo/demo.php abridged version] of the TLG is now available without costAccess to the full corpus requires a subscriptionsearchable online version of the Liddell-Scott-Jones [http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lsj/ Greek-English Lexicon] is also available online.

Latest revision as of 23:32, 5 May 2021

Deutsches Textarchiv

Website: Deutsches Textarchiv (German Text Archive)

This carefully executed project aims to put the classic printed literature in German online. Its holdings are far better curated than the same titles in Google Books and other aggregation gateways. Optically recognized text is shown side-by-side with the original image. Books are categorized by century (according to date of publication). Contains dramas (Goethe), treatises (Karl Marx), autobiographies (Otto von Bismark), lyrics (Brockes, Klopstock), novels (Jean Paul), legal writings, local history, travel literature, theology, satire, and a long list of short-run early newspapers. DTA holdings are TEI-complaint. The great strengths of the DTA include its internal search, its side-by-side view of original and recognized text, and its tiered metadata structures.

Digital Libraries Gateway

Website: Collaborative Digital Libraries Gateway

This Library of Congress gateway for international projects gives an overview of collaborative projects with an American component, currently including Brazil, France, the Netherlands, and Siberia.

Early English Books Online (EEBO)

Website: Early English Books Online (EEBO)

Early English Books Online offers a digitized image of every text published in English between 1483 and 1700. At its core it is commercial, but several universities support searches of the material. More than 60,000 texts are searchable at the University Michigan site linked above. Publication metadata is provided by the Text Creation Partnership.

European History Primary Sources

Website: European History Primary

European History Primary Sources, an umbrella site for digital projects and resources, offers a [Sources http://primary-sources.eui.eu/search-options free-text search] across all its textual resources, allows searches to be saved, and provides lists to [primary-sources.eui.eu/browse-repositories digitized resources] and national portals where available. Its geographical and cultural breadth (from Iceland to Turkey) is immense.

Medieval Nordic Text Archive

Website: Medieval Nordic Text Archive (MNTA)

The MNTA is a TEI-compliant collection of writings in old Scandinavian languages. It offers users an appropriate text font and an encoding manual for those who wish to collaborate.

Oxford Text Archive

Website: Oxford Text Archive (OTA)

The OTA was begun on mainframe computers with the curated encoding of texts important for the study of the languages and literatures both early and modern. Its website contains numerous links to tools and related projects.

Perseus Digital Library

Website: Perseus

Perseus was originally developed under the direction of Gregory Crane with the aim of enabling students to explore the classical literature encoded by Packard Humanities Institute and the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae. It subsequently expanded to incorporate many other aspects of classical civilization, including graphical explanations of textual references, as for example here. It now extends to research in other languages and later periods. Its catalogue is online. A separate digital lexicon (e.g. this one, for Arabic-English translation), is available for each one.

Packard Humanities Institute Early Texts

The Packard Humanities Institute has encoded and in some cases translated a large quantity of text from Roman antiquity and the Persian middle ages. Texts are indexed and are easily browsed and searched. They are available for personal use only. Musical references are incidental.

Rousseau Online

Website: Rousseau Online: Contents

Rousseau's writings contain countless items of interest. Here you can find the text of Pygmalion, Rousseau's Essay on Modern Music, his letters to Charles Burney and Messieur Raynal, the Dictionnaire de la Musique, and a host of miscellaneous writings from all periods of his life. The script is modern. ePub and PDF formats are both supported.

TextGrid Repository

Website: TextGrid Repository

The TextGrid Repository, a virtual research environment for the humanities, contains metadata for a wide-ranging miscellany of verse, prose, drama, and other writings. It has been developed at the University of Göttingen. Verse is the largest category, with 118,000 items at present. The other three combined amount to roughly 66,000 items. The "grid" is formed by hyperlinked metadata. The objects themselves are in various other locations but will eventually be directly downloadable. Contributions of encoded texts are accepted. Please enquire first (https://textgrid.de/en/kontakt/).

Théâtre classique

Website: Théâtre classique (Classic Theater)

Théâtre classique (Classic Theater) is an umbrella website focused on French dramas from the sixteenth into the twentieth century. Full texts (1,500) and more than one hundred polemical and theoretical pieces are included. These are provided in HTML, PDF, and sometimes other formats. Representative authors include Thomas Corneille, Denis Diderot, Jean de La Fontaine, Pierre de Marivaux, Molière (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin), Jean Racine, Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet), and many other dramatists. All texts are TEI-compliant.

Materials can be located by place, date, author, and several other rubrics. Among its dependent sites, the Pièces des registres de la Comédie Française (1060) gives genre and exact date for the performances of the Comédie from its founding in 1680 up to the Revolution. This project is a collaboration with the Comédie Française Registers Project. It builds on the work of the the Calendrier Électronique des Spectacles sous l’Ancien Régime et sous la Révolution (listed separately under Structured Databases).

Update for 2021 from CCARH: The home URL can be difficult to connect with, but component parts, e.g. the biographical dictionary of authors, comic actors, and musicians, are consistently available. ARTFL, a similar but older project, offers access to its resources through university subscriptions.

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae

Entry for the word tetrachordikos ("of or belonging to the tetrachord") according to the searchable Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon on the website of the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae.

Website: Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG)

The TLG issues from a pioneering effort to develop tools for the computerized study of ancient Greek. This effort preceded the advent of personal computer by a decade. Because of the need for special fonts, the collection is still mainly distributed on CD-ROM. An abridged version of the TLG is now available without cost. Access to the full corpus requires a subscription. A searchable online version of the Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek-English Lexicon is also available online.