Vatican's manuscripts digital archive now available online
NTT DATA Corporation, a global IT services provider, today announced its deployment of a new application for accessing and browsing the Vatican Apostolic Library's digital archive online, enabling people to view digital reproductions of more than 4,000 ancient manuscripts at the Library's website.
High-definition images are observable using a special viewer built with NTT DATA's digital archive solution technology, AMLADTM. The viewer, which has interfaces for multiple types of devices, including tablets, provides easy access to brilliant images of these irreplaceable manuscripts....
Jim Lincoln wrote: Ah, Christopher we are both [here] the same time. I'm surprised how well my Dragon NaturallySpeaking is working on this netbook. Now of course, [it] will probably cease doing that. but, I hope the Roman Catholic Church will [avoid] in this instance and not adding their own personal interpretation to the documents, if they do have translations in various languages. I know you are aware of the curse of [URL=http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC1W0900.pdf]]]The Roman Catholic Bible[/URL]. The devil is [really] in the details, which in that case is mainly the Romish commentary [that is invariably in it].
Hmm, my speech recognition program wasn't working that well! Almost as bad as Google speech recognition after looking the original post over. I hope I fixed it to be readable, anyway.
Ah, Christopher we are both well but the same time. I'm surprised how well my Dragon NaturallySpeaking is working on this net book. Now of course, Phil will probably cease doing that. but, I hope the Roman Catholic Church will void in this instance and not adding their own personal interpretation to the documents, if they do have translations in various languages. I know you are aware of the curse of the Roman Catholic Bible. The devil is in the details, which in that case is mainly the Romish commentary.
Yes, Chris, I agree, though in this case I would suppose people would find these documents even more interesting if they knew Greek and Latin? It will also be interesting to see what they don't make public. At least in the past, they had this problem, [URL=http://rense.com/general16/refuse.htm]]]Vatican Still Refuses To Open Holocaust Records To Jewish Scholars[/URL] I recommend this article which was originally a Jerusalem Post article, but I certainly recommend the site that it is currently on
Liam Moloney wrote: When asked if any compromising or embarrassing documents will emerge when the digital archives are thrown open to the public, Archbishop Jean-Louis BruguĂ¨s, librarian of the Holy Roman Church, chuckled.
"We have nothing to hide," he said.
excerpt from, [URL=http://online.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303873604579495370743103510]]]The Vatican's Precious Manuscripts Go Online[/URL] Yeah, right. [URL=http://www.remnantofgod.org/x-jesuit.htm]]]Romanism-Build Upon Forgeries![/URL]
This is going to br very interesting. I'm really glad they digitized all of these for the world to view. Most people knkw better than to go with me to an art & histkry museum because it's so difficult to get me to leave. I'm always mesmerized by ancient artifacts as each one catches my long curiosity. I don't think we can grasp how different things were way back when.