How To Search
Keyword Searching The Search For field can be used to enter one or more words to search for. By default, the web site will return text containing any of the words included in the field. By using the plus sign (+), you can make the site return only entries where all of the words are present.
croniques livres will return text where either the word 'croniques' or the word 'livres' is present
+croniques +livres will return text where both 'croniques' and 'livres' are present
"acteur de ces croniques" will return text in which the phrase 'acteur de ces croniques' occurs.
"roy angleterre"~3 will return phrases such as 'roy Richart d’Angleterre' and 'roy Edouard d’Angleterre'.
croni* will return text which contains 'croniques', 'croniquay' and 'cronicques'.
croni*s will return text which contains 'croniques' and 'cronicques'.
prin?e will return text which contains 'prinse' and 'prince'.
croniques~ will return words such as 'concquist' and even 'frontieres'.
An additional, optional number after the tilde can specify the required similarity. The value is between 0 and 1. The higher the value, the higher the required similarity.
croniques~0.8 will eliminate the more outlandish suggestions, but still include words such as 'croniquez'.
'croniques -livres' will return entries which contain the word 'croniques' and which do not also contain the word 'livres'.