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www.trismegistos.org
A tool to convert dates from ancient calendar systems to new and vice-versa.
ancient  byzantine  calendar  classics  conversion  dates  roman  time 
4 days ago by kintopp
We arrived at our first destination | Pelagios Commons
After two blog posts and a talk in Mainz, we are ready to explain where we are being detained for the first time and what our next destination will be. At present, we have created the first online gazetteer of historical roads (http://bit.ly/2vRURk0). via Pocket
geo  maps  networks  report  roads  roman  spain 
may 2019 by kintopp
[1809.08937] Networks and the Resilience and Fall of Empires: a Macro-Comparison of the Imperium Romanum and Imperial China
Authors: Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Abstract: This paper proposes to proceed from a rather metaphorical application of network terminology on polities and imperial formations of the past to an actual use of tools and concepts of network science. via Pocket
chinese  history  infrastructure  networks  paper  roman  routes 
november 2018 by kintopp
isawnyu/pleiades-datasets: Pleiades Datasets 1.0 | Zenodo
The first (and long-awaited) production release of the Pleiades Datasets package. This is a package of data derived from the Pleiades gazetteer of ancient places. It is used for archival and redistribution purposes and is likely to be less up-to-date than the live data at https://ift.tt/2igEG6n. via Pocket
ancient  datasets  gazetteer  open  data  roman 
august 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
DPRR OWLDoc
An ontology for the data created by the Digital Prosopography of the Roman Republic project (see http://www.romanrepublic.ac.uk). The major data repository for the work of the DPRR project was a relational database. This ontology provides a definition of an RDF expression of the data in that database.
biography  documentation  ontology  people  prosopography  roman  uk 
june 2018 by kintopp
DPRR RDF: Documentation
DPRR's RDF are structured according to a rudimentary OWL ontology which you can find at http://romanrepublic.ac.uk/rdf/ontology#. It is described in some detail in http://romanrepublic.ac.uk/rdf/doc/ontology.html.
documentation  prosopography  rdf  roman  uk  people  biography 
june 2018 by kintopp
Sasha Trubetskoy – My freshest maps and writing.
My maps, writing and other projects. Версия на русском. Colorblind-friendly version.I got a hold of human development data for each Russian federal subject, contained in a report (short version here) by Russia’s National Analytics Center. via Pocket
maps  roman  travel 
may 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
Building the Roman Empire Vector Tile Map | Pelagios Commons
In our previous article, we wrote about the difference between raster tiles and vector tiles, http://ift.tt/2tBDGEU. Now, we will be able to study the outcome. via Pocket
geo  gis  latin  maps  roman 
march 2018 by kintopp
Mercator-e Project. Historical transportation Network Analysis
This is the webpage of the Mercator-e Project. Here you'll find all the documentation about this project: description, objectives, methodology, results, dissemination and historical networks available to download. via Pocket
geo  history  itineraries  spain  time  travel  roman 
june 2017 by kintopp

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