Library of Latin Texts and Loeb Classical Library for trial use
Library of Latin Texts from Brepolis consists of several full-text databases: the Library of Latin Texts, the Monumenta Germaniae Historica, the Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature and the Aristoteles Latinus Database and Latin dictionaries under the heading of the Database of Latin Dictionaries.
The database can be used to read texts as a whole, to search for words and expressions, to access individual texts by means of their references, to examine the distribution of word-forms across the entire database, or to analyze vocabulary.
The trial period will end on 31st of December 2022. Access to the database (for remote access, sign in with your tuni credentials).
You’ll find more information and video presentations in English and French on the publisher's website.
Loeb Classical Library (LCL), published by Harvard University Press, is a collection founded by James Loeb in 1911. It includes classical Greek and Latin literature from antiquity and their English translations: epic and lyrical poetry, tragedies, comedies, and history and philosophy, and more.
LCL’s content is constantly updating and expanding. There are also new translations and some passages removed from old editions have been added back. The trial period ends on 10 June 2022.
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