What's new in the E-CORPUS digital library
- Arabic, Georgian and Syriac manuscripts from St. Catherine's Monastery Mount Sinai (Egypt) are now available on e-corpus. This work carried out by the Université Catholique de Louvain within the framework of project Manumed (digitization of microfilm); detailed records are being captured with titles and incipits etc.TOTAL : 344 manuscripts ; 81 892 images
- Hebrew manuscripts from the Library of Nîmes, Carré d'Art
- 19 mss, 3 372 pages accessible on e-corpus
- see web site (still in progress)
- Documents on the history of Egypt: E-corpus just received a specific endowment from a patron to digitize 50 000 pages of documents on the history of Egypt (from the pharaonic periode to the present); if you have documents or collections that you would like digitized within this context you can contact us. These documents will be available on e-corpus and in the "virtual library of the history of Egypt" managed by e-corpus.
- Arabic manuscripts from father Jean-Jospeh-Léandre Bargès (1810-1896) (bibliothèque dioscésaine de Marseille, Le Mistral)In the process of digitization and soon to be on E-CORPUS
- Persian and Arabic manuscripts from the Aga Khan Museum (Geneva)
- The digitization of a series of antique photographs - Aleppo. Cooperation IFPO
- Camille Hammad collection, studio photographer in Aleppo from 1933 to 1946
- Antique documents from the library of Apt (Vaucluse) (in particular an eighteenth century manuscript on Egypt)
see the document description and images
- Documents from the Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l'Homme (MMSH) in Aix en Provence and from IREMAM...
New collaborations with E-CORPUSThe CCL (through MANUMED and E-CORPUS) passed agreements permitting the digitization and/or dissemination of scanned documents with:
- The IFPO (Institut français du Proche-Orient :Damascus, Beirut, Amman, Erbil...)
- 100 000 images and metadata will be produced and available on E-corpus within 12 months