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ETANA (Electronic Texts and Ancient Near Eastern Archives) has digitized, and continues to digitize, texts selected as valuable for teaching and research relating to ancient Near Eastern studies.(source:website)
The British Museum collection database is a work in progress. New records, updates, photographs and other types of content are added every week (source:website). Search terms related to Ancient Egypt and egyptology for relevant hits in the databse.
The essential digital resource for researching the 18th Century, ECCO, Part I and Part II are comprised of over 35 million pages of text based on the English Short Title Catalog. More than 184,000 English and Foreign Language titles printed in The United Kingdom in the 18thC including thousands of works from the Americas can be found In this unique resource. (source: website)
Nineteenth Century Collections Online includes materials from the so-called "Long 19th Century," covering the century plus about 20 to 25 years before and after. This will include some materials from WW1.
A wide range of materials including books, newspapers, periodicals, diaries and personal letters, manuscripts, photographs, pamphlets, maps and musical scores. Works in both western and non-Western languages, drawn from some of the Worlds rare library collection making this a unique research tool. Search ECCO and NCCO with the new Artemis platform. Link here for NCCO only.