RI-Opac: Literature Database for the Middle Ages - Listing over 2.3 million titles

Systematic Thesaurus: Geography Time Topics Autoren/A-Z

Systematic Thesaurus

             General topics and tools  [+]   151956x
             Sources  [+]   79184x
             Auxiliary sciences  [+]   47296x
             Historical cultural studies  [+]   33656x
             Political history  [+]   73006x
             Law, constitution, administration  [+]   42922x
             Military studies, war history  [+]   4434x
             History of economics  [+]   29694x
             Social history  [+]   48401x
             History of persons  [+]   308634x
             Church history  [+]   121464x
             Urban history  [+]   7801x
             Intellectual and cultural history  [+]   90464x
             History of art and architecture  [+]   37109x


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Thesaurus Help:

The systematic thesaurus of the OPAC is a hierachical collection of all descriptors which are used to categorize entries of the database concerning topics, time and geography. You can browse the descriptors by using the systematic tree view or the alphabetic register or by doing a text search on all descriptors.

Descriptors with the folder symbol contain more detailed descriptors of subcategories, which can be displayed by clicking on the descriptor text. If the descriptor has no subcategories, it is marked with a page symbol, and there is no link.

The number next to the descriptor shows the counter of all database entries which are tagged with the descriptor. You can display all these entries by clicking on the number.

You can add a descriptor to the selection with the [+] symbol. If you do so, and then click on the number of another descriptor to show the related entries then only the intersection of both descriptors will be displayed. Selecting a descriptor with the [+] symbol also gives you the possibility to filter the results by using the query form.

NOTE: Not all entries of the Opac are tagged with thesaurus descriptors, so an additional search with the regular query form may deliver different results.