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EEBO-TCP Phase 1 Texts (XML Files TEI P3)

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The Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership (EEBO-TCP) ran from 1999 as an innovative collaboration between the Universities of Oxford and Michigan, funded by Jisc in the UK and by over 150 academic partner institutions worldwide. Its aim was to capture the earliest extant edition of every English-language work published during the first two centuries of printing in England, and to convert this material into fully-searchable texts. The EEBO-TCP corpus covers the period from 1473 ...

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Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services
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Taylor Institution Library
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Institute of Historical Research
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Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services
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Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services
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Exeter University
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Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services
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Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services
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Publisher:
University of Oxford
Publication date:
2015
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Temporal coverage:
1475 - 1700
Data collected:
1999 - 2009
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English
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From the 1 January 2015 the first phase of EEBO-TCP (Early English Books Online – Text Creation Partnership) transcribed books entered the public domain. The goal of the Text Creation Partnership is to create accurate XML/SGML encoded electronic text editions of early printed books, transcribing and encoding the page images of books from ProQuest’s Early English Books Online. The work the TCP does, and hence the resulting transcriptions that they create, are jointly funded and owned by more t... Expand documentation

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