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TF - Thesaurus Formarum

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The Thesaurus Formarum - Cetedoc Index of Latin Forms (TF-CILF) is a fundamental tool for studying the lexical characteristics of all European languages. It is a revolutionary tool, containing 65 million forms, drawn from the entirety of ancient Latin literature, from the literature of the patristic period, from a vast body of medieval material (including in particular the Opera omnia of Thomas Aquinas), and from collections of Neo-Latin works. The TF-CILF is an indispensable tool for studying and other languages derived from Latin or influenced by Latin. This is most particularly the case for the Romance languages.

TF-CILF 1 has been developed in collaboration with Cetedoc. Cetedoc was founded by the Université catholique de Louvain at Louvain-la-Neuve and was developed jointly with the university.

The first volume published:n.a.
Number of volumes published:1 (February 2010)
Publication frequency:Irregular
Editorial responsibility:Centre " Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium " (CTLO)

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

Publishing manager:Bart Janssens

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