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Parker Library on the Web

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Harrassowitz has announced the release of Version 1.3 of Parker Library on the Web. This interactive, web-based workspace is designed to support study of the manuscripts in the historic Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.

This new release promises substantially-improved content release, including sequencing updates, enhancements to manuscript descriptions and the bibliography. In addition, more than 200 image reshoots and approximately 50 new bibliographic citations have been included.

Parker Library on the Web is a collection of high-resolution digital images representing almost 200,000 manuscript pages in the Parker Library, a collection of medieval manuscript materials fundamental to scholarship in a broad range of humanistic disciplines. It is the product of more than five years joint work by Stanford University, Corpus Christi College and the University of Cambridge.