The British Columbia Digital
Digital Library Collections By Subject: Irish
Includes illuminated medieval manuscripts.
See also Literature: General Works,
and literature time periods..
- Celt Digital, the Celtic World on the Web. Created in October 1999 as a student project, the author is a librarian. Includes
links to many full-text resources. Date added: 2002-08-18.
- Celtic Inscribed Stones Project (CISP).
London, UK: University College London: Department of History
and the Institute of Archaeology.
The project intends to document inscribed stones in " Celtic-speaking regions of the
early middle ages, (Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Brittany, the Isle
of Man, and parts of western England, in the period approximately
AD 400-1100). Included are all stone monuments inscribed with
text, whether in the Celtic vernacular or Latin, in the Roman
alphabet or ogham (but excluding runic inscriptions)."
A detailed database includes digital facsimiles of transcripts from stones or
images of the stones themselves. A links list leads to other similar projects.
Date added: 2002-09-08.
- Corpus of Electronic Texts
(CELT) (University of College Cork and Boole Library) is " the online
resource for contemporary and historical Irish documents in literature, history
and politics" . The site includes a page of links to other digital libraries
with an emphasis on those relevant to Ireland.
- Meamram Páipéar Ríomhaire (Irish
Script on Screen). Dublin, Ireland: School of Celtic
Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced
Studies. Hosted by the School
of Computer Applications, Dublin City
University. Bilingual interface: Gaelic and English. Digital facsimiles
of Celtic manuscripts from the Royal Irish Academy, Mount Melleray Abbey,
Trinity College Dublin, Coláiste na Rinne, and the National Library of Ireland.
Date added: 2002-09-08.
- The Thomas
MacGreevy Archive. Susan Schreibman. Charlottesville, Virginia:
Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities,
University of Virginia. " MacGreevy (1893-1967), poet, critic, translator, art historian and
Director of the National Gallery of Ireland (1950-1963), is one of the pivotal
figures of Irish Modernism." Site includes works encoded in SGML
by or about MacGreevy, along with an online encyclopedia. Date added: 2002-09-08.
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