CESAR is a resource for French theater of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. It offers two major interlinked facilities — a database and an imagebank — but also supplementary materials (complete online versions of key compendia, a corpus of contemporary reviews, police reports and treatises), all of which are accessible from either the database or the imagebank.
Database of the visual culture of the Spanish literary masterpiece La Celestina. It contains over a thousand catalogued records of woodcuts from early editions, engravings, paintings, theatrical productions, etc. Available in both Spanish and English language versions.
A digital library of prints and book illustrations from early modern Britain. It also offers various resources aimed at furthering our knowledge and understanding of them. The core of the project is the database, a fully searchable library of several thousand printed images.
Emblematica Online draws from the most important collections of emblematica worldwide. It is hosted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and its founding partner is the Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel. Contributing partners include Glasgow University Library and Utrecht University, which contributed both book- and emblem-level data. Additional contributors include the Getty Research Institute Library, Newberry Libaray, and Duke University Library, both of which contributed book-level information. Scholars can freely access 1,406 full digital facsimiles of these rare books as well as search for individual emblems across collections.