XML transcriptions available online

Posted on Friday 4th February 2011

As part of the Electronic Text Workshop run at ITSEE today, the transcriptions of the 36 Old Latin manuscripts of John underlying the Vetus Latina Electronic Edition have been made available on the University of Birmingham Institutional Research Archive. Links to the permanent URLs are as follows:

Vetus Latina 2

(Codex Palatinus)

Vetus Latina 3

(Codex Vercellensis)

Vetus Latina 4

(Codex Veronensis)

Vetus Latina 5

(Codex Bezae)

Vetus Latina 6

(Codex Colbertinus)

Vetus Latina 7

(Codex Sangermanensis primus)

Vetus Latina 8

(Codex Corbeiensis)

Vetus Latina 9A

(Codex Fossatensis)

Vetus Latina 10

(Codex Brixianus)

Vetus Latina 11

(Codex Rehdigeranus)

Vetus Latina 11A

(Würzburg Univ. M.p.th.f.67)

Vetus Latina 13

(Codex Monacensis)

Vetus Latina 14

(Codex Usserianus primus)

Vetus Latina 15

(Codex Aureus Holmiensis)

Vetus Latina 16

(Codex Sangallensis 1394)

Vetus Latina 18

(Fragmenta Weingartensia)

Vetus Latina 20

(Fragmentum Sangallense)

Vetus Latina 22

(Codex Sarzanensis pars prior)

Vetus Latina 22A

(Codex Sarzanensis pars altera)

Vetus Latina 23

(Fragmentum Aberdonense)

Vetus Latina 24

(Fragmentum Mediolanense)

Vetus Latina 25

(Folium Vindobonense)

Vetus Latina 27

(Codex Sangallensis 48)

Vetus Latina 28

(Codex Usserianus secundus)

Vetus Latina 29

(Codex Sangermanensis secundus)

Vetus Latina 30

(Codex Gatianus)

Vetus Latina 32

(Lectionarium Gallicanum)

Vetus Latina 33

(Codex Carnotensis)

Vetus Latina 34

(Pericope Cryptoferratensis)

Vetus Latina 35

(Book of Mulling)

Vetus Latina 39

(Poitiers Canon Tables)

Vetus Latina 40

(Vendôme Canon Tables)

Vetus Latina 46

(Laon Canon Tables)

Vetus Latina 47

(Codex Sangallensis 60)

Vetus Latina 48

(Codex Sangallensis 51)

Vetus Latina 49

(Lectio Veronensis)

The transcriptions are licensed as Creative Commons by-nc-sa to encourage their re-use: we would be very interested to hear (by email) from projects or developers who go on to work with this data. A description of the XML encoding guidelines followed (conforming to TEI P5) is available here.