The Library of Digital Latin Texts
Born-digital, critical editions of Latin texts
The Library of Digital Latin Texts is published by the Digital Latin Library (DLL) on behalf of the following learned societies:
Under this partnership, the DLL maintains the platform, infrastructure, and encoding guidelines for the series. The organizations listed above oversee the process of receiving proposals for new editions, submitting them for peer review, and making decisions regarding publication.
Click on the links below to learn more about the LDLT or to view the LDLT’s editions:
Scholars interested in submitting a proposal for an edition should contact the appropriate learned society for the era of the text. Each society has developed, or is developing, specific policies and procedures for reviewing submissions:
- SCS Procedures for Evaluation of Proposals and Submissions
- MAA Procedures for Evaluation of Proposals and Submissions
- RSA Call for Editions
For more information about the LDLT, please see https://digitallatin.org/library-digital-latin-texts.