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This resource has been designed for students and scholars of early modern English letters, history, theology, and philosophy--for anyone whose research will embrace original English manuscript sources in this period.
As a database for Jewish gravestone epigraphy, epidat is used to inventory, document, edit and present epigraphic holdings. Currently inscriptions of Jewish cemeteries from nine centuries and four countries are made available via chronological, spatial and thematic approaches.