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  • data for: the future
  • data for: the future
  • data for: the future
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  • Data is a priceless treasure. Preserving and making
    it available is what we do.

    The Vatican Apostolic Library was founded in the middle of the 15th century by Pope Nicholas V Parentucelli and today contains items that span more than 2,500 years of history and numerous fields of human knowledge. NTT DATA is contributing to the Library's digitization of its vast collection of manuscripts, helping to make these treasures of mankind more widely available and known, both now and in the future. If you're looking for a global partner with innovative IT solutions that bring value to people, NTT DATA is for you.

  • The Manuscripts
  • data for : the future (The Vatican Apostolic Library)

  • Vatican Library Digital Archiving Project

  • TV TOKYO
    “Aprire le porte della Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana”

    Broadcast Schedule: Every Tuesday (From April 7, 2015 )


    The Vatican Library was established by Pope Nicholas V during the 15th century.
    It is now one of the world's oldest libraries, with a collection of about 1.1 million books. Today, only researchers granted special permission are allowed access to them. Now, for the first time,
    Japanese cameras have been allowed inside that unknown space.

    The Vatican Library's holdings are not restricted to materials related to Christianity.
    It also includes religious materials related to Islam, Judaism, and other subjects. Besides letters and books recording the history of the Vatican's interactions with the world outside its walls, the collection also includes prints and coins,
    making it a treasure house of intellectual cultural heritage.
    This program introduces many treasures from that collection, including some displayed to the public for the first time.


    Learn More (TV TOKYO's website)>>

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