In early November 2020, the Patrologia Orientalis Database (POD) has been updated. It now provides the source texts and translations from all volumes of the print Patrologia Orientalis series that include text editions, up to volume 249 (2019). Notable additions are, among others, a number of Ethiopic hagiographical texts, the Coptic passion of Saint Philotheus, and the Slavonic translation of Athanasius of Alexandria’s second oration against the Arians.
We are happy to invite you to a short introduction to our most important online databases hosted on BREPOLiS, and our eBook collections available on BrepolsOnline.
Estimated duration: about 30 min.
When? On Thursday November 12th at 11am ET / 8am PST.
Discover our new Catalogue Online Databases 2021 (PDF). The catalogue provides an overview of the 23 databases available on the platform BREPOLiS.
Request you paper copy today. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are glad to let you know that the database Sources Chrétiennes Online has been updated with a new tool called ‘Instrumenta‘. Instrumenta provides you with suggestions of translation and morphological analysis in a pop-up, for the Latin words encountered in the texts of the database. The tool is now in a first version, but will be expanded and improved in the next quarterly updates.
In this webinar, we will provide a short introduction (about 15 min.) to the database BAMAT Online.
The Bibliographie Annuelle du Moyen Âge Tardif (BAMAT) is a bibliography about late medieval authors and texts, and includes the manuscripts cited in catalogues by library collections, by genres, or by authors as well as in editions or other studies.
When? On Wednesday October 7th at 5pm CEST.