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Iter Italicum [electronic resource] : accedunt alia itinera : a database of uncatalogued or incompletely catalogued humanistic manuscripts of the Renaissance in Italian and other libraries / compiled by Paul Oskar Kristeller.



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    • Library has: 1 computer optical disc
    • Library has: Supplement: "Manual"

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Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1905-1999.
Publication date:
Release 1.0. - Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1995.
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  • 1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 manual (37 p. ; 21 cm.)
File Characteristics:
Computer data and program.
Title from disc label. Ed. statement from manual. Issued in binder (23 cm.).
Publisher's Summary:
This CD-ROM is intended to be of use to scholars working in the fields of classical, medieval and renaissance studies. Although each volume of the printed edition was accompanied by a non-cumulative index of names, the sheer mass of information - 4000 pages in small print, containing about 22 million characters - made the "Iter Italicum" difficult to use. This version on CD-ROM is designed to provide full and easy access to the work. The data contained on the CD-ROM is the same as the printed version, but any combination of data present in the printed version can now be found and examined with ease. The CD-ROM contains both Windows and MS-DOS programs for accessing the material. The MS-DOS version requires a PC with at least a 286 processor and working under MS-DOS 3.0 or higher. The Windows version will run on any PC working under Windows. An extensive manual is also included.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Also available on the Internet via the World Wide Web.
System requirements: IBM-compatible PC with a 386DX processor; 2MB of RAM; 1MB free disk space; VGA monitor; CD-ROM drive compatible with Multimedia PC (MPC) specification; MS-DOS version 3.1 or higher (version 6.2 recommended); Microsoft Windows version 3.1 or later; Microsoft Compact Disc Extensions (MSCDEX) version 2.2 or later and compatible CD-ROM driver; mouse or equivalent pointing device compatible with Windows.

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