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DCLP is building on the tools and achievements of the [[Integrating Digital Papyrology]] project to establish a database of texts and cataloging data for the ancient papyrus manuscripts of Greek and Latin literature and texts of a quasi-literary nature. Other project partners include the [[Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing]], the [[Leuven Database of Ancient Books (LDAB)]], and [[Trismegistos]].
 
DCLP is building on the tools and achievements of the [[Integrating Digital Papyrology]] project to establish a database of texts and cataloging data for the ancient papyrus manuscripts of Greek and Latin literature and texts of a quasi-literary nature. Other project partners include the [[Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing]], the [[Leuven Database of Ancient Books (LDAB)]], and [[Trismegistos]].
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Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri

The Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri is a joint project of the Institute of Papyrology at Heidelberg University and of the [Institute for the Study of the Ancient World] at New York University. It is co-directed by Roger Bagnall and Rodney Ast with funding provided by paired grants from the US National Endowment for the Humanities and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.

DCLP is building on the tools and achievements of the Integrating Digital Papyrology project to establish a database of texts and cataloging data for the ancient papyrus manuscripts of Greek and Latin literature and texts of a quasi-literary nature. Other project partners include the Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing, the Leuven Database of Ancient Books (LDAB), and Trismegistos.

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