Colloquia archive now available on an Open Access basis

January 20th, 2006 by Ross Scaife

An archive of over 650 TEI-conformant neo-Latin colloquia is now available via the instance of the new Perseus hopper that’s now implemented on this server, which provides lemmatized searching, morphological parsing and dictionary lookups, and automatic concordances for each text. The archive is still growing but we judged it had reached a point where we should release the texts.

Continuing gratitude to Adrian Packel of Perseus for his support.

A tarball of the XML source files bearing a CC license is readily available. Oh, and here’s a timeline for these authors.

2 Responses to “Colloquia archive now available on an Open Access basis”

  1. Nathan B. Says:

    Hello. I’ve been searching for some time for electronic journals and blogs within the fields of Classics, Hebrew Bible, and ancient Near Eastern studies. I can see many lists of online resources, but many of them are dominated by dead links. Also, I’ve only been able to find a couple of e-journals in these fields that are actually completely available online (as opposed to tables of contents, which almost everyone seems to have online). If you are not too busy, might I ask if you know of any pertinent e-journals or blogs within these three fields?

    I’ve been out of the world of scholarship for several years, so I am in need of a bit of help. Any assistance you or your readers can provide would be gratefully appreciated.

  2. M. Lippiello Says:

    Ross–

    Just noticed this post now:

    Can’t tell you how awesome this is!

    Optime fecistis!

    Marcello

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