Combining Keywords in the Search Bar

You can enter and combine multiple keywords in the search field. By default, searching with two keywords will bring up all records that contain both of these words, as if the word AND were connecting the two terms. For example, searching for Hercules and Farnese will show all records that contain both Hercules AND Farnese. The order of the search terms is not taken into account.

If you are searching for a phrase, i.e., if your search term consists of several words and the order of these words is important, you can place them in quotation marks. Searching for "Hercules Farnese" will automatically search for this phrase and exclude all records that only contain the single words Hercules and Farnese .

You can also use the operators AND, OR, NOT in the search bar, as is explained in the next section.

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