The International Medieval Bibliography (IMB), the Bibliography of Medieval Civilisation (BCM) and the International Bibliography of Humanism and the Renaissance (IBHR) have been updated. In the subject analyzer, you can now display the ‘Book Series Top 50′ and the Publisher Top 50’ on a specific topic. The new tool can help authors to discover the most suitable book series and publishers for their forthcoming publications.
From Tuesday 13 April onwards, we will be delighted to meet with you in our virtual booth on the occasion of the 2021 ACRL Conference. 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).
In this short video (about 1 min.), see how the International Bibliography of Humanism and the Renaissance can assist you in your search:
Professor Lisa Devriese presents the different aspects of the Aristoteles Latinus project (methodology of making critical editions and the output). This project, supervised and supported by the International Union of Academies, is hosted at the De Wulf – Mansion Centre for Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy in KU Leuven.
The database Aristoteles Latinus Database offers the complete texts published in the Aristoteles Latinus Series but is not identical to the printed publication, as it omits the prefaces describing the manuscript tradition and the apparatus of variant readings.
The powerful search-software of the database enables the users to undertake enhanced search possibilities:
– by using wildcards and Booleans operators, the user can construct complex search queries
– filters are used when, instead of searching through the entire data set, one wishes to restrict the search to a particular Author or group of Authors, a particular Work, a particular Period or Century