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Main library catalogues
LUBcat is the library catalogue of Lund University.
Here you find printed material available at the libraries at Lunds univeristy.
LIBRIS is the national catalogue of Sweden.
Here you find material from the scientific libraries in Sweden.
Interlibrary loans and acquisition recommendation
Other library catalogues
Vitalis is the library catalogue of the The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities. The main subjects at this library is archaeology, art and building history. They register rapports, articles and student papers so often you can find more information here.
LUKAS is the library catalogue of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
WorldCat is a catalogue with material from libraries all over the world.
ZENON DAI is the library catalogue of the german research institutes around the world.
Project Runeberg is a volunteer effort to create free electronic editions of classic Nordic (Scandinavian) literature and make them openly available over the Internet.
Project Gutenberg offers over 36,000 free ebooks to download to your PC, Kindle, Android, iOS or other portable device. Choose between ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.
Early English Books
(1473 - 1700)
From Chadwyck-Healy. Contains digital facsimile page images of about 100,000 titles.
Early European Books
(1482 - 1600)
Lund University have access to Collection 1, Royal Library Copenhagen. This collection offers a comprehensive survey of the Royal Danish Library's holdings of items listed in Lauritz Nielsen's Dansk Bibliografi 1482–1600 and its supplement (1919–1996). Included are material printed across Europe and works in many European languages, including Latin, Danish, German, English, Icelandic, Swedish and Ancient Greek.
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