Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis is the online home for documentation and progress reports on PACSCL’s medieval manuscript digitization project. BiblioPhilly (our nickname for the project) includes high-resolution images of more than 160,000 pages of European medieval and early modern codices — virtually all of the holdings of PACSCL member libraries.
These images will be freely available for downloading by the page, by the manuscript, or by the collection, under a Creative Commons license for you to reuse in any fashion whatever.
Access the images via the OPenn repository, through our searchable interface, and through our collection on the Internet Archive:
- BiblioPhilly Searchable Interface: http//bibliophilly.library.upenn.edu/
- OPenn: http://openn.library.upenn.edu/html/bibliophilly_contents.html
- Internet Archive collection: https://archive.org/details/bibliotheca-philadelphiensis
This project was generously funded by a grant from the Hidden Collections initiative of the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The Hidden Collections initiative in turn is supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.