From the University of Texas at Austin, AILLA is a digital repository of multimedia resources in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America. The collection includes recordings with transcriptions and translations in Spanish and English.
Created by the Real Academia Española, this corpus consists of written and oral forms of Spanish from 2001 to 2012. Contains nearly 225 million words. Search criteria include word class, subject, and country. Useful for an analysis of (aspects of) 21st-century Spanish.
Created by the Real Academia Española, this corpus consists of written and oral forms of Spanish from 1975 to 2004. Contains over 160 million words. Search criteria include author, work, time period, medium, country, and subject. Useful for an analysis of (aspects of) contemporary Spanish.
Created by the Real Academia Española, this corpus consists of written forms of Spanish from its beginnings to 1974. Contains over 250 million words. Search criteria include author, work, time period, medium, country, and subject. Useful for an analysis of (aspects of) Spanish over time.
Developed by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, this corpus contains speech from rural areas in the Iberian Peninsula. Search criteria include gender, province, birth year, speech marker, and subject. Useful for an analysis of dialectal variation in Peninsular Spanish.
The Digital Scriptorium is a growing image database of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts that unites scattered resources from many institutions into an international tool for teaching and scholarly research.
Created by Profs. Kasten and Nitti of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the 1970s, this data bank is part of a project to utilize digitized formats of medieval texts to contribute to the compilation of dictionaries. The site is now working to offer their textual archives in an online format while still preserving its original structure. Some available texts are: prose works of Alfonso X, Spanish medical texts, Navarro-Aragonese texts, Spanish legal texts, Spanish biblical texts, Spanish poetic texts, and early Celestina texts.
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