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.
Durant ce webinaire, nous donnerons une courte présentation (env. 15 min.) de la BAMAT en ligne.
La Bibliographie Annuelle du Moyen Âge Tardif (BAMAT) est une bibliographie analytique des auteurs et des textes des deux derniers siècles du Moyen Âge (XIIIe -XVe siècles), avec une attention particulière pour l’histoire des textes et de leurs manuscrits ainsi que l’histoire des doctrines.
Quand? le mardi 6 octobre à 10h.
Over Summer 2020, the BBIH’s editors have created a set of videos that introduce the Bibliography, and show how to use it for teaching preparation and study.
The current set of videos are for:
- First Year undergraduates studying History, with a focus on Britain and Ireland, the history of British empire and Commonwealth.
- History lecturers and college librarians, with a focus on using BBIH for teaching — both to find relevant content and enable students to identify and distinguish between different kinds of history publications.
Link to the videos: https://www.history.ac.uk/publications/bibliography-british-and-irish-history/using-bbih-online-a-help-pack-students-and
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In this webinar, we will provide a short introduction (about 30 min.) to our full-text databases like the Sources Chrétiennes Online, the Library of Latin Texts, the Database of Latin Dictionaries, L’Année Philologique and the Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques.
When? On Tuesday June 30th at 2pm CEST.
On 15/06/2020, the ‘Library of Latin Texts – Series A’ has been updated.
It now contains Fortunatianus’ Commentarii in euangelia, discovered only in 2012. It now also includes the Extractiones de Talmud (a dossier of some 1,900 Latin translations of Talmudic texts), the two Latin versions of Athanasius’ Vita Antonii, as well as works by Ambrosiaster, Hugh of Saint Victor, Martin Luther, the 17th-century philosopher Arnold Geulincx, and many others. New editions of Augustine, the opera omnia of Victorinus of Pettau, and the Asclepius have also been included.
The present version of the LLT-A contains a total of more than 86 million words spread over 4,259 works.