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__NOTOC__ __NOEDITSECTION__ =Lexica of Early Modern Philosophy & Theology= <htmltag tagname="img" src="/w/skins/junius/images/Altenstaig_Title.jpg" title="J. Altenstaig, Lexicon Theologicum" id="Altenstaig-titlepage"></htmltag> ==Browse Terms== [[Index:All Terms|All Terms]] • [[:Category:Grammatical Terms|Grammatical Terms]] • [[:Category:Philosophical Terms|Philosophical Terms]] • [[:Category:Theological Terms|Theological Terms]] • [[:Category:Altenstaig|Altenstaig]] ==About the Project== '''LEMPT''' is a transcription project of early modern lexica relating to philosophy and theology. The goal of LEMPT is to create a full-text index of early modern lexica in order to facilitate research of concepts ca. 1500-1700. LEMPT is maintained by the [http://www.juniusinstitute.org Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research]. ===Contributors Welcome!=== LEMPT is a crowdsourced wiki project. Anyone with some knowledge of Latin is encouraged to contribute. If you wish to contribute, see [[Help:Contents|Help]] for more details. ===Included Lexica=== Our goal is to transcribe as many Latin theological and philosophical lexica as possible. LEMPT only uses digitized versions available for reuse under a [http://creativecommons.org Creative Commons] license or by permission of the owner. ;J. Altenstaig, ''Lexicon theologicum'' (Antwerp, 1576) : In the first stage of the project, LEMPT will work toward a full transcription of Johannes Altenstaig's ''Lexicon theologicum'' (Antwerp, 1576) [[http://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/de/fs1/object/display/bsb10148732_00002.html Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, BV001354386]]. Altenstaig's ''Lexicon'' was originally published in 1517 under the title ''Vocabularius Theologie'' [[http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00020116/image_5 Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, BV007561268]], just prior to the beginning of the Reformation, making it both one of the earliest lexica in LEMPT and a good point of comparison for Reformation-era theology. ;16th & 17th Century Lexica : In later stages, as the transcription of Altenstaig's ''Lexicon'' nears completion, LEMPT will add more lexica from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries representative of the major confessional churches (Lutheran, Reformed, and Roman Catholic).
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