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Digital Library

Digital resources are important tools for research in the Humanities, nowadays. Starting with bibliographical reference systems and digital reviews they go all the way to databases with searchable text and image bases.

The Max Planck Institute for European Legal History recognised this development already at an early stage and became an active player by offering sources relevant for legal history, which resulted from a series of digitisation projects. Printed material is converted into digital form and enriched with extensive metadata to improve its accessibility. The goal of these efforts is to provide researchers – both, within the institute and outside of it – with stable long term access to these materials, which can be examined at any time and any place of the globe on the internet. The digital library of the institute connects the results of several digitisation projects. It is conceived as an offering closely oriented on the needs of the research community and strictly following Open Access principles.

Please note: Due to technical work on the platform "Digital Libraries Connected", the following collections are not available on June 29,2018: De Indiarum Iure; Dissertations on Jurisprudence; Juristische Zeitschriften 1703-1830; Juristische Zeitschriften des 19. Jahrhunders; Virtueller Raum Reichsrecht.


Current Available Digital Collections:


Digital Publications of the Institute



Manuscripta Juridica


For the work of G. R. Dolezalek please follow this link to Manuscripta Juridica

 
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