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Revision as of 11:25, 15 January 2018

Gregorian Archives Texts Editing
GATE is a project developed by the Historical Archives of the Pontifical Gregorian University (APUG). The selection of the sources included in GATE is designed for a description of the Early Modern Age. Everybody can read the documents and browse their digitalization. In addition, GATE provides a collaborative enviroment where scholars from all over the world can give their contribution to the transcription, edition and annotation of the documents preserved by APUG. If you would like to cooperate to GATE, please fill this form to request an account and start your collaboration.
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Browse our holdings

Recalling the tradition of the Monumenta meant as the publication of sources, these Monumenta contain the entire manuscript and printed production of several jesuits or related to a specific subject. Read more

Collections are groups of documents or resources related to a subject or to a single author. A collection is composed only by documents preserved by APUG, usually unpublished, without an aim of completeness. Read more

Stöcklein, J., SJ (Ed.), Der Neue Welt-Bott. Mit allerhand Nachrichten dern Missionariorum Soc. Iesu, 5 Vol. Augsburg, Graz, Wien, 1726-1761.


Last week GATE was presented at the International Symposium on Jesuit Studies, this year dedicated to the theme Engaging Sources: The Tradition and Future of Collecting History in the Society of Jesus (program available at this link). The Symposium was organized by the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies and held at the Boston College (June 11-13).


Thanks to a British Academy Small Grant, dr. Jan Machielsen is working on Monumenta Bellarmini, adding metadata to the Roberto Bellarmino correspondence. This work is part of a larger research project in which Dr. Machielsen is studying the discussion about Classic authors within scholarly correspondences of late 16th and early 17th centuries. The project will make online available on Early Modern Letters Online (EMLO) all the metadata about these correspondence and, in the case of Bellarmino, will add links to the letters transcribed on GATE.


Restyling of the GATE Home page: sections and their descriptions have been reorganized to ease users experience and navigation.

Older news


GATE Newsletter has been launched! Read the first issue (1/2019) here.


New look for Monumenta! Monumenta, Monumenta Bellarmini and Monumenta Kircheri main pages have been reorganized to ease users navigation.


Today seminar about GATE: several scholars and researchers have been involved in a critical analysis of the GATE infrastructure in order to improve its functions and usability. Find out more here.


Pasquale D'Elia Bibliography now available on GATE! Thanks to Francesca Pucci and Simona Vitiello a bibliography containing all the 234 Pasquale D'Elia's publications has been set up.


Three new values added to the bibliography field Bibliographic Level. Now it is possible to add Newspaper Articles, Draft papers and Reviews in journals. See Bibliography Guidelines for more information.


[mw:Extension:SocialProfile|Social Profile extension]] installed. This extension allows users to have more appealing personal pages, with boards, avatars and messages boxes. It also creates a users contributions ranking system...good challenge though!


New user interface for GATE! Based on Chameleon, GATE new skin is more elegant and user friendly. For any comment or problem about this new look, please write to us.


First GATE birthday!