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Scholars can search on the full text of items in Arabic, English, French, German, Latin, Italian, Dutch and Spanish while also being able to discover content in Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Ottoman Turkish, Persian, Syriac and more. Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library supports comparative approaches to the study of the Middle East and the Muslim world and inspires original research on Islamic religion, history, language, literature, philosophy and science. The collection will become an essential resource for every major library in the Middle East and institutions world-wide needing primary source material in Arabic for research, teaching and learning.
The following EEBO collections are available: Early English Books I (Pollard and Redgrave, STC I), 1473-1640 Early English Books II (Wing, STC II), 1641-1700 Thomason Tracts,1640-1661 and Early English Books Tract Supplement. The EEBO search interface will cross search all four collections.
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