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For a historical account of the Cetedoc, the predecessor of CTLO at the Université Catholique de Louvain in Louvain-la-Neuve, see Paul Tombeur, ‘Le Corpus Christianorum et son informatisation. Perspectives au sein et au-delà du CC: l’étude de la tradition occidentale’, in J. Leemans & L. Jocqué (eds.), Corpus Christianorum 1953–2003: Xenium Natalicium. Fifty Years of Scholarly Editing (Turnhout: Brepols), pp. 141-157.  
What follows is an overview of current and completed publications that have resulted from the activities of the CTLO:   – Full-text: Library of Latin Texts, Sources Chrétiennes Online, Aristoteles Latinus Database, Patrologia Orientalis Database, Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature   – Lexicographical: Database of Latin Dictionaries, Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (and, historically, the Instrumenta lexicologica Latina [ILL] and Thesaurus Patrum Latinorum [TPL] series, among others)   – Open Access: Clavis Clavium (with Chrome extension), ReIReSearch, CTLO hands-on tutorial and toolkit, LatinNGram Viewer
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