Analytic Bibliography of Online Neo-Latin Texts
First published on January 1, 1999, the list compiled by Dana Ferrin Sutton (Professor of Classics at the University of California, Irvine) comprised almost 37,500 entries in January 2011 and over 64,000 in November 2019. Latin texts (including short excerpts from longer works and essays in learned Latin journals) have been recorded since the Renaissance (since around 1350).
The bibliography is considered to be the best reference tool for the determination of retro-digitized old prints in Latin , which was the authoritative language of scholars in the early modern period.
In 2004 the bibliography was moved to a server at the University of Birmingham , which has agreed to make the umbrella project The Philological Museum permanently available free of charge.