The CURIA Irish Manuscript Project

This corpus is collecting and generating machine-readable copies of Irish manuscript texts from 600AD to 1600AD. You can browse some of them here. For further details, see the Introduction and Administrative sections below.
Introduction
to the CURIA project.
List
of texts being processed, with their current status.
Browse
through a selection of the texts using WorldWideWeb.
Database
details of access using the PAT text database software.
Technical
description of software and hardware and the standards used.
News
latest updates and changes.
Administrative
details of staff, contact addresses etc.
Submission
of contributed texts to the CURIA collection.
For other information available at University College Cork, see UCC.

Above this line is the original page of the (then) CURIA Project (now CELT), Ireland's first Web page — and the world's ninth — dating from 1991. The links above have mostly been preserved, but below is how it looked in Tim Berners-Lee's original WWW terminal browser:


                                                  Thesaurus Linguarum Hiberniae
                      THE CURIA IRISH MANUSCRIPT PROJECT
 
   This corpus is collecting and generating machine-readable copies of Irish
   manuscript texts from 600AD to 1600AD. You can browse some of them here. For
   further details, see the Introduction and Administrative sections below.
 
  Introduction[1]        to the CURIA project.
 
  List[2]                of texts being processed, with their current status.
 
  Browse[3]              through a selection of the texts using WorldWideWeb.
 
  Database[4]            details of access using the PAT text database
                         software.
 
  Technical[5]           description of software and hardware and the standards
                         used.
 
  News[6]                latest updates and changes.
 
  Administrative[7]      details of staff, contact addresses etc.

  Submission[8]          of contributed texts to the CURIA collection.
 
   For other information available at University College Cork, see UCC[9].
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