42-line will undertake this content development work and produce distinctive digital presentations that highlight collection strengths and advance learning.
   We work with intellectual material in virtually any field of study — including science, history, literature, art, religion, and philosophy — from any historical period and in most languages. We develop elegant interfaces that integrate images and editorial content to reveal the most relevant aspects of every work. Each edition is customized to meet the publication goals of our clients, be they instruction, preservation, research, or commerce.













Christian gospels in Ethiopic, manuscript on vellum, ca. 1775–1800.

Colophon page of Ranulphus Higden, Polychronicon, printed by William Caxton. Westminster, 1482.

Hand-colored seventeenth-century Persian geometry manuscript.

Detail, The Visitation, miniature from an illuminated Book of Hours printed on vellum in Latin and English. Paris, ca. 1533.

Greek text from Robert Estienne's Alphabetum Graecum. Paris, 1550.