Fields | Search Options | Browse
Note: see the Cross Search help page for additional information.
Boolean Searching | Proximity
Searching | Wildcard Characters
You can search Acta Sanctorum
using a combination of the following search fields:
To conduct a search, either type the required
search terms (individual words or phrases) into the relevant search
boxes or select them from a browse list.
Search Options are selected from a drop-down
list. In the Search page, you can combine search terms using Boolean
and proximity searching and search for variations
on search terms using or wildcard characters.
Note: Between search boxes, all terms
are treated by default as if they were combined using the Boolean
When you have finished making your selections,
click Search. The Search Results with
Context page will appear displaying the results of your search.
If your last search was from the Search All
page, you can click the Refine Search button on the Toolbar
to improve your search. Your original search terms will be preserved
in the Search form for you to modify. You can start a fresh search
by clicking on the New Search button on the Toolbar.
Use the buttons on the Toolbar
to navigate to a different area of Acta Sanctorum Database.
The following buttons are available from the Toolbar
on the Search All page: Search All, Search Indices, BHL GoTo, Table of Contents, Marked List, Search History, More Information, Help (contextual), Lexicon, and Back.
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