Nota: The volumes 16 and 42 was released by the Internet Archive service the June-July 2011 months.. The volume 42 contains the tables of all the collection, among the indices. The Volume 24 has been edited in two parts, both of them available in the list. Volumes taken directly from Internet Archive, and ordinated conveniently through our Scribd account.
One of the most useful and important tools in our LibScribd Project, is the capability of search contents directly through some volumes indexed in the databases. This mean, you can search directly any term, using the box provided to this, as the next image show:
This simple search was done in the Burkitt’s book, “S. Ephraim’s quotations from the Gospel (1901). “, available in our ‘Miscellanea‘ collection.
Surely, you will find other usable contents for you… All you must do is visit us!
LibScribd is a project wich born inside PLGO, taking all the advantages provided by the Scribd’ API. The PLGO community has been working in this project from September 2010, and now, six months after, we proudly present to the academical community the final result of these efforts. We has been able to organize all the contents included in our Library at Scribd, but minimizing to the limit the difficulties to place and access our documents.
The past 22 June we announce some links for direct download of this work from some public servers.
Then, a kind friend, Chuck Jones, advise us about the original creators of this digital Corpus, let us and our visitors the possibility of get access to them knowing the original place where they was published.
The former presentation of this work was done through the division in various .pdf archives. But some files have a big size, and this fact difficult considerably the manageability of it’s contents, and the visualization online through services as Scribd.
By this reason, we make some adjustments, dividing the biggest files in smaller pieces, all whose are available in a single collection which is yet viewable online.
Again, thanks to our visitors, and their valuable comments, specially to our friend Chuck.
Note: Yesterday, April 19, 2011, a kind visitor of this site comment us about the 3rd. volume, published unfinished in Scribd. The original files have a really big size, and difficult its use. By this reason, we do ‘little chunks’ of these big files, but keeping the original placement of each page, and only keeping the frontispiece of each volume in the front of each chunk. All the credit for this digitization must be recognized to the digital library of the Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon as Chuk Jones notify here.
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2 We can enable any restriction of use to abusing visitors, blocking IP’s as needed.
3 If necessary, we can disable searches or queries of any sort, if they request illegal/unappropriated contents.
4 We can restrict at all this service without any previous notice.
Today, some of the volumes which begun to the CSCO – Scriptores Syri, has been added as collection to the Scribd service. This allow the visitors and members of our community the ability to read online these books, having all the time this precious reference at hand.
This magnificent work has been realized by Pilipos.
This awesome magazine has been published with a comprehensive index in our website. But this day, a kind and generous member of our community has added these volumes as a collection available in Scribd.