On 24/06/2021, the Library of Latin Texts (which now brings together the former LLT-A and LLT-B) has been updated with new works of Denis the Carthusian, Isidore of Seville, John Scotus Eriugena, Martin Luther, and many others, as well as with texts belonging to the Devotio moderna. Jerome’s commentary on Isaiah can now be consulted according to Mgr Gryson’s new critical edition. The texts of Matthias Flacius’ Clavis and of the Summa written by Henry of Gent have been augmented. At present, the LLT contains a total of more than 143.6 million words spread over 11,298 works and diplomatic charters.
The list of texts recently added can be found here.
From Tuesday 13 April onwards, we will be delighted to meet with you in our virtual booth on the occasion of the 2021 ACRLConference. The platform offers great opportunities to interact (chat, video call, messages). So, make sure to visit our booth to discover the newest BREPOLiS databases and the latest information about our eBook offer.
The Database of Latin Dictionaries has been updated and now also contains the ‘Diccionario Latino de Andrología, Ginecología y Embriología’ (DILAGE) by Enrique Montero Cartelle and his team (Roma-Barcelona, 2018).
The update also includes an extension of the ‘Latinitatis Medii Aevi Lexicon Bohemorum’ (1995-2019) up to the letter M and a full-text version of Lewis and Short (1879).