This paper is the third part of the series on the Hungarian National Shared Catalogue published in Scientific and Technical Information. The Hungarian National Shared Catalogue - Early Prints project (MOKKA-R) was launched in 2005. The project aims to build the Hungarian catalogue of early prints originating from the Carpathian Basin, as well as set up a manuscript database. The paper explains why these two types of documents should be catalogued in separate databases and gives a detailed description of the main features of the BODZA database applications framework developed at the University of Szeged, offering both the searching and cataloguing interface of the database. MOKKA-R currently contains nearly 150,000 records. The paper presents the structure and content of the database and gives a summary of the activities and further plans of the MOKKA-R.
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