Links

Institutions

University of Kentucky Institute for Latin Studies

University of Leuven Centre for Neo-Latin Philology

University of Cambridge Neo-Latin Programme

Academia Vivarium Novum

Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies

Royal Irish Academy Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources

CELT

The Locus Project

Societies and Associations

International Association for Neo-Latin Studies

Academia Latinitati Fovendae

Society for Neo-Latin Studies in UK and Ireland

The American Association for Neo-Latin Studies

Société d'Etudes Médio- et Néo-latines

The German Association for Neo-Latin Studies

Online Research Tools

Online Classical Latin Dictionary - this is essentially the version of Lewis & Short offered by the Perseus project

Ramminger's Online Neo-Latin Lexicon - regularly updated, the most extensive Neo-Latin dictionary available

Du Cange's Dictionary - an extensive dictionary of medieval Latin

Packhard Humanities Institute - huge word-searchable corpus of classical Latin texts (use to identify citations)

Capelli's Dictionary of Latin Abbreviations - especially useful for reading manuscripts, but also early printed books

Lexicon Morganianum - a lexicon of modern Latin terms compiled by David Morgan and maintained by Patrick Owens

Lexicon of Latin Place Names

Graesse's Orbis Latinus

Propylaeum Research Site

Traditio Classicorum Bibliography

Neo-Latin Texts Online

For access to Irish Latin texts online click here.

A very large number of texts may be found freely available on Google Books, in the Gallica collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale, in the online collections of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, and in numerous other online library collections.

Other sites of particular value for Neo-Latin studies are:

Dana Sutton's Philological Museum

The Latin Library (Neo-Latin pages)

CAMENA

Bibliotheca Augustana

 

Journals

Humanistica Lovaniensia

Neulateinisches Jahrbuch

Neo-Latin News

 

Centre for Neo-Latin Studies

1 Elderwood, College Road, Cork

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