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Collection of Galileo Galilei's Manuscripts and Related Translations

Until recently the only English translation of the DMA was that of I. E. Drabkin, who translated only the first and fourth of the writings listed above (the essay and dialogue on motion). We present here, in the standard ECHO environment, a new and complete English translation by Raymond Fredette.
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We present the Latin text of the DMA from Favaro's edition in the standard ECHO environment, which provides morphological links to dictionaries as well as morphological search capabilities.
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We present a complete collection of images of the manuscript containing the DMA, provided by the Bibliotheca Nazionale in Florence (MS Gal. 71; 282 images total). We are currently working on correlating these images with the Latin and English versions of the DMA text.
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With the installation of an infrastructure that facilitates the electronic publication of source texts it became possible launch an alternative representation of Galileo's notes on motion within the ECHO framework. Even though this ECHO representation of the manuscript does not provide some of the advanced tools of the earlier representation it benefits from the standard tools provided by the ECHO infrastructure such as for instance morphological analysis or annotation facilities.
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