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Didactic manual for teachers to raise awareness of the preservation of underwater cultural heritage. Produced by the UNESCO National Commission, in collaboration with UNESCO, ICCE and CHAM.
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An online encyclopaedia that publishes summarised scientific, educational and cultural content. It provides articles, images and various work aids. (soon to be available)
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An online encyclopaedia comprising a biographical dictionary, a dictionary of institutions and a glossary specialising in the history of art and decorative arts, and the history of architecture.
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Interactive public portal, based on a georeferenced database, with access to written and visual resources on urban and built heritage in Africa, South America and Asia.
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Access to written and iconographic sources with the aim of constructing a war imaginary of the battlefields under Portuguese influence. Resource from the project De Re Militari: From Military Literature to the Battlefield Imagery in the Portuguese Space (1521-1621).
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This Data Collection compiles information mainly from Jesuit sources and is one of the outputs of the research project Interactions Between Rivals: The Christian Mission and Buddhist Sects in Japan (c.1549-c.1647).
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Written, graphic and audio platform combining common names, species, related information, relevant studies and historical representations of marine mammals in 14 different languages. Resource from the project Marine Lexicon: Bilateral construction of a cross-European thesaurus about early modern marine mammals.
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Historical documentation, iconographic cartographic inventory, some unpublished sources, and the collection Les Sources Inédites de l'Histoire du Maroc. Resource from the project Portugal and South Morocco: Contacts and Clashes, 15th-18th centuries.
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Palaeographic transcription and critical edition of the epistolography of eight Jesuits who missionised in the Far East. Resource from the project Portuguese Jesuits in East Asia in the 16th-17th centuries.
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Portal providing access to complete collections, indexes and documentation of 20th century Portuguese magazines.
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Site with information on the Romano Torres publishing house's collection, including articles, a bibliographic list, a digital archive created through ICA-Atom, a biographical dictionary of the publishing house's employees and testimonies from key players in the world of publishing.
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A systematic organization of historical data related to marine animals, providing direct quotations from primary and secondary sources in Portuguese and Spanish, and sometimes its translation into English. Resource from both projects CONCHA and 4Oceans.
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Index drawn up by Álvaro de Araújo Antunes and Márcio Roberto Alves dos Santos to navigate through the documents in this IAN/TT collection.
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Survey of the "Orient" place names in the work of Viscount Lagoa. In addition to updating the names, where possible, the geographical coordinates of the places are identified.
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This portal is an open-source, user-friendly and responsive web platform with information on documentary materials related to the Western Sephardic Diaspora and its background. Resource WSD Roadmap.