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The Alpheios Project
Our immediate goal is to make all of the prior Alpheios functionality available in modern browsers and on mobile devices, expanding at the same time to support more languages, including Persian, Syriac and Hebrew. via Pocket
arabic  classics  greek  latin  persian  text  tools 
may 2019 by kintopp
Linking Islands of Data - A UK/USA AHRC network
“Linking Islands of Data” will create a research network based around centres of excellence that study the Classical World. via Pocket
cambridge  classics  linkeddata  uk 
may 2019 by kintopp
TM Places: About
Trismegistos Places is a database of currently 54242 ancient and modern places (Geo table), all somehow connected with the ancient world.
ancient  gazetteer  geo  classics 
february 2019 by kintopp is a collaborative project dedicated to defining the intellectual concepts of pottery following the tenets of linked open data and the formulation of an ontology for representing and sharing ceramic data across disparate data systems. via Pocket
ancient  art  classics  linkeddata  ontology 
february 2019 by kintopp
Annif – leveraging bibliogr. metadata for automated subject indexing & classification (SWIB18 talk) - YouTube
Talk by Osma Suominen, National Library of Finland, FinlandTitle: Annif: leveraging bibliographic metadata for automated subject indexing and classificationAbstract: Manually indexing documents for subject-based access is a very labour-intensive intellectual process. A machine could perform similar via Pocket
bibliography  biography  classics  tools 
december 2018 by kintopp
Heritage Gazetteer of Libya
Welcome to the Heritage Gazetteer of Libya, which is being developed by members of the Society for Libyan Studies, working with King's Digital Laboratory. via Pocket
africa  classics  gazetteer  roman 
july 2018 by kintopp
Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire
Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire Popup Window content of popup via Pocket
classics  gazetteer  maps  roman 
april 2018 by kintopp
Digital Prosopography of the Roman Republic | DPRR
The Digital Prosopography of the Roman Republic (DPRR) is the result of a three-year, AHRC-funded project based at the Department of Classics and the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London. The primary objective of the project is to facilitate prosopographical research into the elite of the Roman Republic, its structure, scale and changes in composition over time. To that end a comprehensive, searchable database of all known members of the upper strata Roman society has been established, which brings together information about individual careers, office holdings, personal status, life dates and family relationships.
biography  classics  people  prosopography  roman 
april 2018 by kintopp
ToposText is honored to be a recipient of a 2016 Digital Humanities Award for Best Public Engagement in promoting appreciation of the humanities using digital tools. Many thanks to the ToposText user community for showing your support by voting for us. via Pocket
classics  gazetteer  geo  ios  literature  maps  people  places  text 
january 2018 by kintopp
Archaeological Atlas of Antiquity - is the archaeological atlas of classical antiquity. It is a community driven archaeological map, inspired by and modelled after Wikipedia.
classics  linkeddata  map  archaeology  crowdsourcing  community 
january 2018 by kintopp, originally the 'Historical Event Markup and Linking' Project, is centered at the Dept. of Classics, Mount Allison University under the direction of Professor Bruce Robertson. via Pocket
classics  dates  ontology  standards  time  timelines 
august 2017 by kintopp
ToposText – a Reference Tool for Greek Civilization
ToposText is honored to be a recipient of a 2016 Digital Humanities Award for Best Public Engagement in promoting appreciation of the humanities using digital tools. Many thanks to the ToposText user community for showing your support by voting for us. via Pocket
classics  geo  impact  ios  text 
april 2017 by kintopp
The SCTA Reading Room A site for reading, viewing, and studying the scholastic tradition See the text via Pocket
classics  linkeddata  text 
december 2016 by kintopp annotations for Classical Mythology 2015 · perseids-project/perseids_docs Wiki · GitHub
You'll be annotating passages in "A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology" by William Smith aka **. Please use this special set of links for access to the passages for annotation. Copy the Citation URI from the Perseus page on which you found the text. E.g. http://data.perseus. via Pocket
annotations  tools  classics  text 
december 2016 by kintopp
Standards for Networking Ancient Prosopographies
Presented by KFL at WebSci 2015, Oxford, June 28 – July 1, 2015. Attending: Gabriel Bodard (GB), Arianna Ciula (AC), Øyvind Eide (OE), Faith Lawrence (FL), Christian-Emil Ore (CEO), Paul Rissen (PR), Valeria Vitale (VV), Hafed Walda (HW).Apologies: John Bradley, Steve Stead.Minutes: GB. via Pocket
classics  prosopography  standards 
november 2016 by kintopp
Getting to open data for Classical Greek and Latin: breaking old habits and undoing the damage — a call for comment! » Perseus Digital Library Updates
Philologists must for at least two reasons open up the textual data upon which they base their work. First, researchers need to be able to download, modify and redistribute their textual data if they are to fully exploit both new methods that center around algorithmic analysis (e.g. via Pocket
classics  open  access  text 
january 2016 by kintopp
Historical text reuse: what is it? |
What is text reuse? At its most basic level, text reuse is a form of text repetition or borrowing. Text reuse can take the form of an allusion, a paraphrase or even a verbatim quotation, and occurs when one author borrows or reuses text from an earlier or contemporary author. via Pocket
classics  recognition  text  mining 
october 2015 by kintopp
Pelagios: Linked Pasts Tickets, London | Eventbrite
The Pelagios project is pleased to announce a two-day colloquium on the subject of “Linked Pasts”. via Pocket
classics  conference  history  linked  data 
july 2015 by kintopp
Wikipedia:Wikipedia trifft Altertum/Bericht – Wikipedia
Am 10. und 11. Juni 2011 fand im Zentralen Hörsaalgebäude der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen die Konferenz „Wikipedia trifft Altertum. Freies Wissen, Neue Medien, populäre Wissensvermittlung und Enzyklopädien in den Altertumswissenschaften“ statt. via Pocket
classics  wiki 
september 2014 by kintopp

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