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'''Datenbank zur jüdischen Grabsteinepigraphik''' ('''Epidat''') is a database of 26 000 Hebrew inscriptions, with German translations and metadata. Periods: late mediaeval, early modern age, modern age, post war. Contents are delivered via a Tustep database but can be exported in EpiDoc TEI XML. Hosted by the Steinheim Institute for German-Jewish History, Essen.
 
'''Datenbank zur jüdischen Grabsteinepigraphik''' ('''Epidat''') is a database of 26 000 Hebrew inscriptions, with German translations and metadata. Periods: late mediaeval, early modern age, modern age, post war. Contents are delivered via a Tustep database but can be exported in EpiDoc TEI XML. Hosted by the Steinheim Institute for German-Jewish History, Essen.
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From the Epidat website (English version; accessed 2019-10-23):
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Epidat - The Database of Jewish epigraphy - provides the inventory, documentation, editions and presentation of epigraphical collections. Currently online are available 202 digital editions with 35891 epitaphs (75632 image files).
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Datenbank zur jüdischen Grabsteinepigraphik (Epidat) is a database of 26 000 Hebrew inscriptions, with German translations and metadata. Periods: late mediaeval, early modern age, modern age, post war. Contents are delivered via a Tustep database but can be exported in EpiDoc TEI XML. Hosted by the Steinheim Institute for German-Jewish History, Essen.

From the Epidat website (English version; accessed 2019-10-23):

Epidat - The Database of Jewish epigraphy - provides the inventory, documentation, editions and presentation of epigraphical collections. Currently online are available 202 digital editions with 35891 epitaphs (75632 image files).
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