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This database contains English translations of all of Aquinas’ works with the original Latin beside the English text. It is a comprehensive set of the complete works of Aquinas in English and Latin.
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This unparalleled database offers a fully searchable index to the complete set of writings by Thomas Aquinas. This database allows for sophisticated advancing research of related terms and concepts. Primary source research on St. Aquinas should begin here. The database offers searching in 14 different languages, including all major European languages.
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"The CST Audio Archive preserves lectures, panel discussions, conferences, sermons, and chapel services that were recorded at CST (then the School of Theology at Claremont) from the 1960s to the 90s. Speakers include many of the school's faculty, deans, and presidents, as well as nationally and internationally prominent names in scholarship, theology, ministry, and pastoral counseling."
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DICTA applies cutting edge machine learning and natural language processing tools to the analysis of Hebrew texts. Our objective is to remove the drudgery from the study of classical and modern Hebrew texts to allow researchers to focus on the deeper questions.
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The Israeli-Palestinian Archaeology Working Group sponsored and partly funded a research effort by Rafi Greenberg (Tel Aviv) and Adi Keinan (University College London) in order to gather details about each site in the West Bank excavated or surveyed between 1967 (updated periodically). These data include the site name(s), location on a GIS grid, description of the site's major components (e.g. olive oil press; ritual bath; sheikh's tomb; church, synagogue, village); details about the periods when the site was occupied (e.g. Neolithic, Byzantine [Christian]; Iron Age II; Ottoman); and information about the excavators or surveyors who gathered data about the site; and relevant publications/bibliography. This collection page provides access to a database, which is a work in progress. We look forward to additions to this database file in the future as additional data are provided by Israelis, Palestinians and others.
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"The Jain eLibrary website is an online collection of Jain scriptures, Jain manuscripts, Jain dictionary, Jain encyclopedia, Jain articles, Jain magazines, and ancient and contemporary Jain books in English, Hindi, Gujarati, and other languages. It contains Shvetämbar Ägams, Digambar Shästras, Four Anuyogas, Commentary literature, Präkrit and Sanskrut literature, and ancient and modern literature representing all aspects of Jainism. It also includes the literature of various Jain sects. Catalogues of Jain manuscripts of various Jain libraries add to the diversity of this collection."
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"The JAINpedia project was created by the Institute of Jainology (IoJ) after the successful 2006 publication of the Catalogue of the Jain Collection at the British Library. Launched at Buckingham Palace by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prime Minister of India, Dr Manmohan Singh, the book was co-authored by Professor Nalini Balbir. The IoJ conceived the JAINpedia project in 2007 with the vision of making the Jain collections in major UK institutions more accessible to the public. The ambitious plan opens up these important holdings through public exhibitions, events and a media-rich website featuring over 5,000 folios and original contextual material. The project is supported by the Jain community worldwide and the Heritage Lottery Fund in the UK."
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MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) is an academic open-access publisher. MDPI publishes peer-reviewed, scientific, open access.
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The Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Initiative (PCRI) is working with the USC Digital Library to build an online digital archive of primary historical materials - correspondence, organizational records, tracts, sermons, diaries, photographs, oral histories - from different regions of the world. In order to build this resource, PCRI is providing funding to selected seminary and university libraries so that they can digitize and catalog the most important materials from their collections.
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SAGE Knowledge is the ultimate social sciences digital library for students, researchers, and faculty. With more than 4,200 titles, it includes an expansive range of SAGE and CQ Press eBook and eReference content, including scholarly monographs, reference works, handbooks, series, professional development titles, and more.
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