The Parsed Corpus of
Middle English Poetry (PCMEP)

PCMEP Links



CorpusSearch


CorpusSearch 2 Homepage
CorpusSearch 2 is a tool for linguistic research on syntactically parsed corpora. The PCMEP was designed to be searched with this program.


Related Corpora


   Middle English

The Penn-Parsed Corpus of Middle English
The Penn-Parsed Corpus of Middle English second edition (PPCME2) is the much larger sister corpus of the PCMEP. Its annotation manual was imposed on the PCMEP texts.


The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse
The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse is a collection of Middle English texts in the form of fully digitized SGML documents, tagged in conformance with the TEI guidelines. It was compiled by the University of Michigan as a textual companion to the Middle English Dictionary (MED). It does not include linguistic annotations.


The Innsbruck Corpus of Middle English Prose
The Innsbruck Corpus of Middle English Prose, part of the Innsbruck Computer Archive of Machine-Readable English Texts (ICAMET), is a compilation of 129 works of Middle English prose, digitised from extant editions. It is available as a CD-ROM for a small fee. It does not include linguistic annotations.


A Parsed Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English (P-LAEME)
The P-LAEME corpus is currently compiled by researchers at the University of Edinburgh. It will include 40 fully parsed texts with c. 200,000 words focusing on the under-represented period 1250-1325. The text files are based on the excellent LAEME manuscript digitizations.


   Old English

The York-Helsinki Parsed Corpus of Old English Poetry
The York-Helsinki Parsed Corpus of Old English Poetry (YCOEP) is a collection of Old English poetic texts. The corpus currently includes about 70,000 parsed words.


Text Information


Database of Middle English Romances
The Online Database of the Middle English Verse Romances exhaustively list all the English romances written between 1225 and 1500 that have survived to the present day.