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==Available==
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* https://github.com/kcl-ddh/digipal
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==Editors==
 
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==Description==
 
==Description==
  
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<blockquote>'''Archetype''' (formely known as ''The DigiPal Framework'') is freely-available generalised software for the online presentation of images with structured annotations and data which allows users to search for, view, and organise detailed characteristics of handwriting or other material in both verbal and visual form. Designed primarily for the palaeographical analysis of handwriting, it was first developed for the ''Digital Resource and Database for Palaeography, Manuscript Studies and Diplomatic'' ([[DigiPal]]) project, funded by the European Research Council, and has since been extended particularly through the Models of Authority and Exon Domesday projects. Examples of its use include the following:
 
<blockquote>'''Archetype''' (formely known as ''The DigiPal Framework'') is freely-available generalised software for the online presentation of images with structured annotations and data which allows users to search for, view, and organise detailed characteristics of handwriting or other material in both verbal and visual form. Designed primarily for the palaeographical analysis of handwriting, it was first developed for the ''Digital Resource and Database for Palaeography, Manuscript Studies and Diplomatic'' ([[DigiPal]]) project, funded by the European Research Council, and has since been extended particularly through the Models of Authority and Exon Domesday projects. Examples of its use include the following:
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* Fragments of manuscripts from Scandinavia written in the eleventh century (ScandiPal)
 
* Fragments of manuscripts from Scandinavia written in the eleventh century (ScandiPal)
 
* The decoration and script of fifteenth-century manuscripts in Hebrew from the Iberian Peninsula (SephardiPal)
 
* The decoration and script of fifteenth-century manuscripts in Hebrew from the Iberian Peninsula (SephardiPal)
* Inscriptions in Greek, Latin and both from the province of Thracia (InsPal)
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* Inscriptions in Greek, Latin and both from the province of Thracia ([[InsPal]])
 
* Inscriptions on medieval coins in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (PIM)
 
* Inscriptions on medieval coins in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (PIM)
 
* [http://www.exondomesday.ac.uk/ The palaeography and codicology of the Exon Domesday Book (Exon Domesday/The Conqueror's Commissioners)]
 
* [http://www.exondomesday.ac.uk/ The palaeography and codicology of the Exon Domesday Book (Exon Domesday/The Conqueror's Commissioners)]
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* [[DigiPal]]
 
* [[DigiPal]]
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* [[Inscriptional palaeography in a multilingual province (Stoyanova)]] ("InsPal")
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:18, 19 February 2019

Contents

[edit] Available

[edit] Editors

  • Peter Stokes
  • Stewart Brookes

[edit] Contributors

  • Geoffroy Noel
  • Giancarlo Buomprico
  • Miguel Vieira
  • Riccardo Galdieri

[edit] Description

Taken from the GitHub website (Accessed 2017-11-07):

Archetype (formely known as The DigiPal Framework) is freely-available generalised software for the online presentation of images with structured annotations and data which allows users to search for, view, and organise detailed characteristics of handwriting or other material in both verbal and visual form. Designed primarily for the palaeographical analysis of handwriting, it was first developed for the Digital Resource and Database for Palaeography, Manuscript Studies and Diplomatic (DigiPal) project, funded by the European Research Council, and has since been extended particularly through the Models of Authority and Exon Domesday projects. Examples of its use include the following: The DigiPal Project formally ended on 30 September 2014, but the code is still being updated and extended as part of the follow-on projects listed above.

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