Every item of data recorded (a certain style of decoration or binding, the date of a manuscript note, etc.) is treated as a valuable clue for provenance, therefore it can be geographically located and chronologically dated. This enables to track the movement of books across Europe and through the centuries.
Exports the data into a csv file, which can be opened easily with Excel or Calc (or similar). The separator is a semi-colon. Please select the fields you want to export and choose if you prefer one line per copy (MEI id) or per provenance.
Machine-readable format, for re-using the MEI data in your own scripts
Use this form to formulate complex queries. Select a search option from the drop-down menu and add other options by clicking the "Add a line" button. The right column will tell you how many hits your combined search will retrieve. Click on the number to display the records. For right truncation use an asterisk (*)