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L’Année philologique (APh) has been updated

L’Année philologique has been updated with 2,000+ records. Furthermore, two new functionalities have been added:

1/ Enhanced design of the hitlist is available providing full bibliographical details and extra sorting options.

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2/ Live links with the Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques (DPhA) are now available for subscribers to both databases.


Database of Latin Dictionaries: update

The Database of Latin Dictionaries has been updated on 2/12/2019. New additions include:

  • ‘A Lexicon of Latin Grammatical Terminology’ by Samantha Schad (Pisa/Rome, 2007) and,
  • fascicles 8 to 14 of the ‘Latinitatis medii aevi Lexicon Bohemorum’ (covering the letters D-H).


In all, the database now contains 23 dictionaries, covering the period from Classical Antiquity up to the Middle Ages, as well as a variety of geographic and thematic domains.


Bibliographies: Test your skills with our introductory tests

With the recent updates of BREPOLiS bibliographies, we have added the possibility to test your skills by participating in a quiz. This test is currently available for the International Medieval Bibliography and the Index Religiosus and will be also implemented for our other bibliographies in future.

Links to the tests: Index Religiosus / International Medieval Bibliography

Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques is NOW available Online

We are glad to announce that the Beta version of the Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques Online has been launched on BREPOLiS. The last five volumes are currently available (Eccélos-Zoticus). The remaining volumes will be published before the end of 2019.

To activate a trial access (for institutions only) or to get more information, please contact