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Centre "Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium" (CTLO)

The Centre "Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium" (CTLO) is a human sciences computer laboratory for the study of Latin texts. This Centre continues former activities in the field of Latin studies of Cetedoc, and was one of the first research centers worldwide to introduce computer-aided research in the humanities and more particularly in the field of Latin literature.

Cetedoc was founded by the Université catholique de Louvain at Louvain-la-Neuve and was developed jointly with the university. The Centre has built a reputation with 'instrumenta studiorum' for scholars worldwide. The activities of Cetedoc within the scope of Latin texts were transferred to Turnhout in 2001, where they are continued by the CTLO, under the scholarly direction of Prof. P. Tombeur.

Series and Subseries covered:

Latin Lexicographical Series
CCTPLTHESAURUS PATRUM LATINORUMLexicographical Tools
TPLTAThesaurus Patrum Latinorum - Series A: FormaeLexicographical Tools
TPLTABThesaurus Patrum Latinorum - Series AB: Formae + LemmataLexicographical Tools
TPLTBThesaurus Patrum Latinorum - Series B: LemmataLexicographical Tools
TPLTSThesaurus Patrum Latinorum - Supplementum (Formae)Lexicographical Tools
TPLILAInstrumenta Lexicologica Latina - Series A: FormaeLexicographical Tools
TPLILBInstrumenta Lexicologica Latina - Series B: LemmataLexicographical Tools
Electronic Series
LLTLIBRARY OF LATIN TEXTSDVD and online
TFTHESAURUS FORMARUMLexicographical CD ROM


The Board

Director: Paul Tombeur

Board Members: Pieter De Leemans, Mike Kestemont, Marc Laureys, Wim Verbaal

Editorial Staff: Eddy Gouder, Jeroen Lauwers, Véronique Suys, Yannick Anné

Publishing Manager: Bart Janssens

Publications prior to October 2001 involved the activities of Cetedoc (U.C.L.)

Contact :
CTLO
Begijnhof 67
B- 2300 Turnhout
Belgium
Tel. +32 (0) 14 71 10 40





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