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Library of Latin Texts has been updated

The Library of Latin Texts has been updated with works by Peter Abelard, Pope Alexander III, Cardinal Bessarion, Peter of Blois, Denis the Carthusian, Justus Lipsius, works by Origen in Jerome’s translation, and works falsely attributed to Jerome. We also added texts pertaining to the correspondence of Gregory the Great and to the Corpus Juris Canonici, as well as a first selection of Latin texts from the Italian ‘Ventennio Fascista’ (kindly provided by the online library of Fascist Latin Texts, edited by H. Lamers and B. Reitz-Joosse). At present, the LLT contains a total of some 150 million words spread over 11,503 works and diplomatic charters.

L’Année philologique now Online on BREPOLiS

L’Année philologique is a reference bibliography for academic publications relating to Ancient Greek and Roman Civilization. The bibliography is published in print and online. The online database including all volumes published since 1928, the publication year of the first volume, is now available for subscribers.

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