After years of hard work, the Digital Vercelli Book is now online! This is a beta version though, lacking several features that will be present in the final edition, scheduled for publication in 2014. At the moment only two texts, The Dream of the Rood and Homily 23, are available: the plan is to improve the current user interface and software on the basis of the suggestions and comments that will be sent to us, publish the revised software at some point next year and then progressively put online all the texts after a final cross-revision has been accomplished.
Read the full announcement here: http://vbd.humnet.unipi.it/?p=2047.
Browse the Digital Vercelli Book (beta) at this URL: http://vbd.humnet.unipi.it/beta/.
Send feedback to the project team here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YlJp_78gZANsyDRU0EKhusJWpjLP8mQ6bwOYvcdkb0o/viewform. Any comment and/or suggestion will be very much appreciated.
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