CroALa: Croatiae auctores Latini
Croatiae auctores Latini (CroALa) is a peer-reviewed, freely available scholarly digital collection of Latin texts by Croatian and other authors connected with people and region of today's Croatia. Published by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, the collection comprises works from the Middle Age until the Modern Period; the oldest text currently included is the epitaph of Queen Jelena, from 976, while the latest, a collection of Latin poems by Ivan Golub, first appeared in 1984.
Neven Jovanović (Zagreb), Yasmin Haskell (Crawley, WA), Nella Lonza (Dubrovnik), Bratislav Lučin (Split), Elia Marinova (Sofia), Darko Novaković (Zagreb), Terence O. Tunberg (Lexington, KY)
- Main edition: croala.ffzg.unizg.hr
- Experimental deployment using PhiloLogic 4: solr.ffzg.hr
- TEI XML texts on Bitbucket: croalatxt
- Currently in CroALa: approximately 20,000 pages, 5 million words, 450 documents
- Encoding: TEI XML
- Main edition served by PhiloLogic 3 (ARTFL, University of Chicago)
- Experimental edition served by PhiloLogic 4 (ARTFL, University of Chicago)
Texts and XML editions in CroALa are published under a Creative Commons license CC-BY.