> I am looking for a corpus of classical Latin, in principle something like the perseus/ tufts
project or the corpus
> of the bibliotheca Teubneriana latina which is on CD ROM. I want to download
> complete texts which is unfortunately not possible neither with tufts nor with
> the BTL. Is there maybe already a tagged version around??
You may have a look at : http://www.ulg.ac.be/cipl/bdlasla/
They have a database of latin texts about 1,5 million words in size.
In each text, each word holds :
- the word form ;
- the lemma (homographs disambiguated) ;
- part of speech and morpho-syntactic informations.
For now, you can apparently only query online the following texts :
CICERON, Pro A. Caecina or.
CICERON, Divination in C.
CICERON, Pro M. Fonteio or.
CICERON, De Imperio Cn. Pomp
CICERON, Pro P. Quinctio
CICERON, Pro S. Roscio Amer.
CICERON, Pro Q. Roscio Como.
CICERON, Pro M. Tullio or.
CICERON, In C. Verrem I
CICERON, In c. Verrem II
CICERON, De Amicitia
CICERON, De Officiis
CICERON, De Senectute
I have once asked to have access to the database, but I never
received any reply. Maybe you could be luckier.
> Thanks a lot for any replies.
> Susanne Schoof
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