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1. Alberti Magni e-corpus [2009 - ]

Database topics
Medieval Studies; Religious Studies; Philosophy
1 online resource : HTML, PDF, sound, color illustrations
There is no truly complete edition of Albert the Great (ca. 1200-1280) works, and the age and the rarity of the most complete one (Opera omnia, ed. A. Borgnet, Paris, 1890-1899, itself based on Opera omnia, ed. P. Jammy, Lyon, 1651) render it hard to access for many scholars. The new critical edition (sometimes called Editio Coloniensis), begun in 1951 led by the Albertus-Magnus-Institut of Bonn, offers a much more reliable text but will not be completed before many more decades. Scholars can use the present website in order to : 1) download image files (.pdf) of all of Albert's works which can be found in the Borgnet edition as well as the 21 volumes of the Jammy edition, in addition to a few other writings which have been edited individually and which, like the Borgnet and the Jammy editions, are too old to be covered by copyright law; 2) search electronically 24 of those works, using a search engine which is endowed with boolean operators and which gives access to more than 4.1 million words (corresponding to more than 10000 pages in print); 3) browse those same 24 works on line.
Database topics
Religious Studies; Ancient Greek and Roman Culture; Medieval Studies
Offers unrivalled coverage of medieval Church prelates, information on all 1300 medieval bishoprics, archdioceses and patriarchates under obedience to Rome. As of 2003, it provides prosopographical information on 18,507 bishops, archbishops and patriarchs. Gradually more recent prosopographical works on members of religious orders and data on secular clergy supplied by nationally-based prosopographical projects will be added.
Database topics
Religious Studies; Ancient Greek and Roman Culture; Medieval Studies
Physical extent
CD-ROMs ; 4 3/4 in. + user's guide (v. : ill. ; 21 cm)
  • V. 1. Antiquas, Patres Latini usque ad 500, Biblia
  • v. 2. Patres Latini 501-735
  • v. 3. Scriptores Medii Aevi Recentior Latinitas.
General database of Christian Latin texts; a computerized Patrology covering the period from the late 2nd century to the 15th century.
Includes vols. published in the Corpus Christianorum, both the Series Latina and the Continuatio mediaeualis, the collected works of major authors such as Augustine, Jerome, and Gregory the Great, as well as several works not yet available in the Corpus Christianorum but included in the Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum Latinorum of Vienna, the Patrologia Latina or other collections.
Green Library
Database topics
Medieval Studies; History; Feminist Studies; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies; Religious Studies
p. ; cm.
  • Monasticon: repertory of women's communities
  • Cartularium: primary sources
  • Commentaria: secondary sources --Vitae: brief biographies
  • Figurae: digital images
  • Bibliographia: bibliography
  • Vocabularium: glossary of terms
  • De matrice: goals, editorial board, collaborators, and how to contribute.
"Matrix is an ongoing collaborative effort by an international group of scholars of medieval history, religion, history of art, archaeology ... and other disciplines, as well as librarians and experts in computer technology ... to document the participation of Christian women in the religion and society of medieval Europe. In particular ... to collect and make available all existing data about all professional Christian women in Europe between 400 and 1600 C.E. ... the basis of Matrix is the Monasticon, a repertory of profiles of religious women's communities ... Matrix also includes a Vitae, which contains entries on individual men and women associated with the communities in the Monasticon; a Cartularium of primary source documents; a Bibliographia of published and unpublished bibliographies and names; a Vocabularium; an archive of articles, the Commentaria; and a visual library, the Figurae"--Matrix.
Database topics
Religious Studies; Philosophy
Critical editions of the works of early scholastic philosopher-theologian Richard Rufus of Cornwall.