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Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature
(ACLL)
• A full-text database of the corpus of Latin literature
produced in Celtic-speaking Europe from the period
400-1200 A.D.
• In collaboration with the Royal Irish Academy and
the CTLO
• Over 450 texts
• The functionalities and the interface are the same
as Brepols full-text databases
The
The
The
third
search
table
approach
of
screen
contents
allows
allows
allows
you
youto
to
you
access
execute
to access
texts
searches
specified
by examining
based
passages
onthe
word-forms
distribution
from
of
Three ways of accessing texts
word-forms.
orindividual
groupings
(=concordances)
texts.
of word-forms.
Choose your language
Access to manual
Example 1: search screen
Example dates from March 2010
Multiple
Search
Search
types
options
field
of filters
You can type a word or…
…you can browse the index.
Display of results per period
Memento
Example of a memento accompanying a text
To full-text
To table of contents
access to full-text
You can navigate to ‘Distribution of Word-forms’ or
to the Database of Latin Dictionaries application.
(only available to subscribers)
You can navigate through the list with the help of the arrow buttons.
You can create and save a PDF file or you can
send an e-mail which contains the selected
results.
Example 2: table of contents
Example dates from February 2010
The table of contents allows you to access specified passages from
individual texts.
List of authors beginning
with C-
List of works of
Clemens Scottus
Access to a specific reference
Create a PDF file
Access to full-text
Example 3: distribution of word-forms
Example dates from February 2010
The third approach allows you to access texts by examining the distribution of
word-forms. (=concordances)
You can select a period, an author or a title.
Results per period
Access to full-text
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