The subject-related excerpts presented here are from the Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek (EZB - Electronic Journals Library) initiated and maintained by the University Library of Regensburg. They enable users to access journals on Medieval and Neo-Latin Philology that are available online. The traffic-light symbols indicate the availability status of the full texts in question. The availability status always depends on the institution or the workplace from which the offer is accessed.
The traffic-light symbols are virtually self-explaining: The green symbol marks journals which are always available. Yellow means that the institution from which you are accessing the offer has a subscription of the journal in question and that you can access it from your current workplace. The red light means that you unfortunately cannot access the desired journal from your current location.
The EZB contains the titles of the e-journals only, not the articles contained in the individual journals.
Bavarian State Library (BSB): Printed Periodicals for Classical Studies incl. Medieval and Neo-Latin Philology (Current Subscriptions Only)
The BSB Munich holds approximately 949 periodicals in the field of Classical Studies.
The database catalogues article titles of selected periodicals from the area of classical studies, in particular from the fields of Ancient Near and Middle East, Byzantine Studies, Classical Archaeology, Classical Philology, Egyptology, Medieval and Neo-Latin Philology and Pre- and Early History (currently 162 different journals, as a rule starting with the year of publication 1993). The database does not only offer the option of bibliography search, but is simultaneously an order database for online interlibrary lending and for the document delivery services subject to charges.