Update on the Arabic Papyrology Database
The Arabic Papyrology Database (APD) team wishes you a happy New Year. Our present: new, handy features implemented in the APD and many, many more documents . Please, check www.naher-osten.lmu.de/apd under
(a) "Documents". For 2,571 published documents, we provide the full text of the document and information on the document, while for another 6,281 published and unpublished documents, we give information on the document only. We are proud to offer not only records from Egypt and the Middle East, but also a quite comprehensive list of Arabic documents from Sicily and Spain: click on "Origin" and choose Sicily or Spain. Weekly updates! - For full bibliographical details, check at www.naher-osten.uni-muenchen.de/apb.
(b) "Text": This is our full text search tool. Many features, including search restricted by time, provenance, document type, etc.
(c) "Lexicon": This site is completely new and allows you to access the lexicon of all implemented texts in several ways: Looking for a lemma, you will have an overview on all actual realizations, with hyperlinks giving you direct access. You might look for a root, a verbal stem, or a shape/morpheme type (e.g. fāʿil or faʿʿāl). Or try Word categories (functional categories) and Domains (semantic categories), independently or in combined searches.
We would be happy to have your feedback on the new features.
Best regards, Eva Youssef-Grob (firstname.lastname@example.org), for the Arabic Papyrology Database team