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About the Project

The Earlier Latin Manuscripts Project is a database of manuscripts written in Latin before the year 800 based on the work of E. A. Lowe and his assistants published in Codices Latini Antiquiores.

The work for this project was conducted at the National University of Ireland Galway and funding for its completion was contributed by both the Moore Institute and the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.


Project Team

  • Project Directors: Mark Stansbury (Classics), David Kelly (Moore Institute)
  • Research Assistants: Ben Byrne, Sarah Corrigan, Paula Harrison, Kelly Keady, Elena Nordio, Bobby O’Brien.

Contributors

With thanks to the following contributors:

Luigi Boncompagni (CLA 5.573, 2.207)
John Contreni
Patrik Granholm (CLA 11.1596, 11.1642)
Hugh Houghton (North African MSS)
Cristian Ispir (CLA 8.1038)
Jesse Ophoff
Jean-Baptiste Piggin
Jacek Soszyński (CLA 8.1071)
Johannes Staub (CLA 8.1181)
Ian Wood


License

Creative Commons License
The Earlier Latin Manuscripts Project by Dr. Mark Stansbury is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

How to cite this website

The information on this website is free to use subject to the licensing conditions above. Citing the website can follow any of several formats, but here is the information most commonly needed:

  • Editors: Stansbury, M. and Kelly, D.
  • Website title: Earlier Latin Manuscripts
  • Date of publication: 2016–onwards
  • Website URL: https://elmss.nuigalway.ie

Note, too, that each item in the database lists the last time it was modified.


Open Data & Data Access

Data from the database can be accessed in 3 ways, each subject to the license above:

  1. Via the web front-end, accessible using the menu above;
  2. By downloading a .csv file containing some or all of the data. This option is presented at the top of the catalogue page where you can filter and refine the data you would like to download;
  3. By accessing the data via a JSON API (Application Programming Interface). Documentation on accessing data using this method is provided in the Technical Overview Section.
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About the Project

The Earlier Latin Manuscripts Project is a database of manuscripts written in Latin before the year 800 based on the work of E. A. Lowe and his assistants published in Codices Latini Antiquiores.

The work for this project was conducted at the National University of Ireland Galway and funding for its completion was contributed by both the Moore Institute and the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.


Project Team

  • Project Directors: Mark Stansbury (Classics), David Kelly (Moore Institute)
  • Research Assistants: Ben Byrne, Sarah Corrigan, Paula Harrison, Kelly Keady, Elena Nordio, Bobby O’Brien.

Contributors

With thanks to the following contributors:

Luigi Boncompagni (CLA 5.573, 2.207)
John Contreni
Patrik Granholm (CLA 11.1596, 11.1642)
Hugh Houghton (North African MSS)
Cristian Ispir (CLA 8.1038)
Jesse Ophoff
Jean-Baptiste Piggin
Jacek Soszyński (CLA 8.1071)
Johannes Staub (CLA 8.1181)
Ian Wood


License

Creative Commons License
The Earlier Latin Manuscripts Project by Dr. Mark Stansbury is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

How to cite this website

The information on this website is free to use subject to the licensing conditions above. Citing the website can follow any of several formats, but here is the information most commonly needed:

  • Editors: Stansbury, M. and Kelly, D.
  • Website title: Earlier Latin Manuscripts
  • Date of publication: 2016–onwards
  • Website URL: https://elmss.nuigalway.ie

Note, too, that each item in the database lists the last time it was modified.


Open Data & Data Access

Data from the database can be accessed in 3 ways, each subject to the license above:

  1. Via the web front-end, accessible using the menu above;
  2. By downloading a .csv file containing some or all of the data. This option is presented at the top of the catalogue page where you can filter and refine the data you would like to download;
  3. By accessing the data via a JSON API (Application Programming Interface). Documentation on accessing data using this method is provided in the Technical Overview Section.