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ARTFL Project


The ARTFL project databases include FRANTEXT, which provides over 3500 texts ranging from 12th to the 20th century, French Women Writers from the 16th-19th centuries, Provencal Poetry, Textes de Francais Ancien, Journal de Trevoux, Dictionnaire historique and critoqie and Opera del Vocabolario Italiano. The Reference Collection includes numerous historical French dictionaries, verb conjugators, the great Encyclopedia of Diederot and D'Alembert, and many other works.

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