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==Steering committee==
 
==Steering committee==
  
*''Chiara Cenati'' (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
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Committee 2019-20:
*''Tom Elliott'' (New York U./ Pleiades)
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*''M. Cristina de la Escosura'' (U. Zaragoza)
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* Chiara Cenati (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
*''Tom Gheldof'' (KU Leuven / Trismegistos)
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* Tom Elliott (New York U./ Pleiades)
*''Andrea Mannocci'' (CNR Pisa / Eagle Project)
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* M. Cristina de la Escosura (U. Zaragoza)
*''Vincent Razanajao'' (U. Bordeaux Montaigne / Patrimonium)
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* Tom Gheldof (KU Leuven / Trismegistos)
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* Andrea Mannocci (CNR Pisa / Eagle Project)
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* Vincent Razanajao (U. Bordeaux Montaigne / Patrimonium)
  
 
==Mission Statement==
 
==Mission Statement==
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Taken from the website (accessed 2019-08-06):
  
 
<blockquote><p>'''Epigraphy.info''' is an international open community pursuing a collaborative environment for digital epigraphy, which facilitates scholarly communication and interaction. We apply FAIR principles to epigraphic information in order to efficiently create, use and share it among researchers, students and enthusiasts around the globe. The Epigraphy.info community works to gather and enhance the many existing epigraphic efforts, and serves as a landing point for digital tools, practices and methodologies for managing collections of inscriptions.</p>
 
<blockquote><p>'''Epigraphy.info''' is an international open community pursuing a collaborative environment for digital epigraphy, which facilitates scholarly communication and interaction. We apply FAIR principles to epigraphic information in order to efficiently create, use and share it among researchers, students and enthusiasts around the globe. The Epigraphy.info community works to gather and enhance the many existing epigraphic efforts, and serves as a landing point for digital tools, practices and methodologies for managing collections of inscriptions.</p>
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==Preliminary Partners==
 
==Preliminary Partners==
*Epigraphic Database Bari
 
Epigraphic documents of Christian patronage
 
 
*Epigraphic Database Heidelberg
 
Latin inscriptions of the Roman Empire
 
 
*Epigraphic Database Rome
 
Epigraphic documents from Italic Regions
 
 
*Hispania Epigraphica Online
 
Epigraphic patrimony of Portugal and Spain
 
 
*PETRAE
 
Latin and Greek inscriptions (Institut Ausonius)
 
 
*Last Statues of Antiquity
 
Database for Late Antiquity Statues
 
 
*Roman Inscriptions of Britain
 
Epigraphic patrimony of Britain
 
 
*Ubi Erat Lupa
 
Images of stone monuments
 
 
*Epigraphic Database Clauss Slaby
 
Database of Latin inscriptions
 
 
*Europeana EAGLE
 
Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy
 
 
*IDEA
 
International Digital Epigraphy Association
 
 
*Trismegistos
 
Portal of papyrological and epigraphical resources
 
 
*Epigraphische Datenbank zum antiken Kleinasien
 
Greek & Latin inscriptions from Turkey
 
 
*Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum (SEG)
 
Greek inscriptions with critical apparatus
 
 
*U.S. Epigraphy Project (USEP)
 
Collections of Greek & Latin inscriptions in the USA
 
 
*Inscriptions of Greek Cyrenaica
 
Online Edition of Greek inscriptions from Libya
 
 
*The Ancient Graffiti Project
 
Digital resource of graffiti of Herculaneum and Pompeii
 
 
*Attic Inscriptions Online
 
Inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation
 
 
*Greek Inscriptions Online
 
Translations of Ancient Greek inscriptions into Modern Greek
 
 
*PATRIMONIVM
 
Geography and Economy of the Imperial Properties in the Roman World
 
 
*Epigraphica Romana
 
Recent Epigraphic Editions
 
 
*Inscriptions of Israel / Palestine
 
Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine from the Persian period through the Islamic conquest
 
 
*Krateros
 
Digital repository for the collections of epigraphic squeezes
 
 
*Epigraphica 3.0
 
Digital corpus of Roman inscriptions from Ourense province
 
 
*LLDB
 
Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of the Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age
 
 
*Romans1by1
 
Romans One By One
 
  
*Epigraphic Database Vernacular
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* [[Epigraphic Database Bari]] - Epigraphic documents of Christian patronage
Digital Corpus of all Non-Latin Inscriptions from Italy (9th-15th c)
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* [[Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg]] - Latin inscriptions of the Roman Empire
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* [[Epigraphic Database Roma]] - Epigraphic documents from Italic Regions
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* [[Hispania Epigraphica]] - Epigraphic patrimony of Portugal and Spain
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* [[PETRAE]] - Latin and Greek inscriptions (Institut Ausonius)
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* [[Last Statues of Antiquity]] - Database for Late Antiquity Statues
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* [[Roman Inscriptions of Britain]] - Epigraphic patrimony of Britain
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* [[Ubi Erat Lupa]] - Images of stone monuments
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* [[Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss-Slaby]] - Database of Latin inscriptions
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* [[EAGLE Europeana Network]] - Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy
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* IDEA - [[International Digital Epigraphy Association]]
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* [[Trismegistos]] - Portal of papyrological and epigraphical resources
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* [[Epigraphische Datenbank zum antiken Kleinasien]] - Greek & Latin inscriptions from Turkey
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* [[Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum]] (SEG) - Greek inscriptions with critical apparatus
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* [[US Epigraphy]] Project (USEP) - Collections of Greek & Latin inscriptions in the USA
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* [[Inscriptions of Greek Cyrenaica]] - Online Edition of Greek inscriptions from Libya
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* [[Ancient Graffiti Project]] - Digital resource of graffiti of Herculaneum and Pompeii
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* [[Attic Inscriptions Online]] - Inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation
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* [[Greek Inscriptions Online]] - Translations of Ancient Greek inscriptions into Modern Greek
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* [[Patrimonium]] - Geography and Economy of the Imperial Properties in the Roman World
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* [[Epigraphica Romana]] - Recent Epigraphic Editions
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* [[Inscriptions of Israel Palestine]] - Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine from the Persian period through the Islamic conquest
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* [[Krateros]] - Digital repository for the collections of epigraphic squeezes
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* [[Epigraphica 3.0]] - Digital corpus of Roman inscriptions from Ourense province
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* [[LLDB]] - Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of the Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age
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* [[Romans 1by1]] - Romans One By One
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* Epigraphic Database Vernacular]] - Digital Corpus of all Non-Latin Inscriptions from Italy (9th-15th c)
  
 
[[category:Epigraphy]]
 
[[category:Epigraphy]]

Latest revision as of 16:58, 16 December 2019

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[edit] Description

A Collaborative Environment for Digital Epigraphy

[edit] Steering committee

Committee 2019-20:

  • Chiara Cenati (Austrian Academy of Sciences)
  • Tom Elliott (New York U./ Pleiades)
  • M. Cristina de la Escosura (U. Zaragoza)
  • Tom Gheldof (KU Leuven / Trismegistos)
  • Andrea Mannocci (CNR Pisa / Eagle Project)
  • Vincent Razanajao (U. Bordeaux Montaigne / Patrimonium)

[edit] Mission Statement

Taken from the website (accessed 2019-08-06):

Epigraphy.info is an international open community pursuing a collaborative environment for digital epigraphy, which facilitates scholarly communication and interaction. We apply FAIR principles to epigraphic information in order to efficiently create, use and share it among researchers, students and enthusiasts around the globe. The Epigraphy.info community works to gather and enhance the many existing epigraphic efforts, and serves as a landing point for digital tools, practices and methodologies for managing collections of inscriptions.

Key concerns include:

  • Identification, creation, and dissemination of agreed-upon guidelines, standards, and best practices;
  • Preservation, reuse, and update of existing and emerging datasets providing the most up-to-date versions of inscriptions;
  • Providing a toolset for searching, analyzing and editing inscriptions and their metadata by both human and machine;
  • Services for citation, revision and exchange.

Epigraphy.info will not replace existing digital resources; it intends to be a hub for a fruitful exchange of epigraphic data and digital solutions that will benefit all epigraphers.

[edit] Workshops

The 1st Epigraphy.info workshop took place at the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (21st - 23rd March 2018). It brought together leading experts in the field of digital epigraphy to discuss ideas for the creation of an open collaborative platform for Greek and Latin epigraphy.

The 2nd Epigraphy.info workshop took place in Zadar (14th - 16th December 2018). A preliminary mission statement was defined here.

The 3rd Epigraphy.info workshop took place in Vienna (30th May – 1st June 2019). The mission statement was approved by the community and preliminary working groups were formed to manage the tasks discussed here.

The 4th Epigraphy.info workshop will take place in Hamburg (19th - 21st February 2020). It will be preceded by a TEI/EpiDoc training (17th-19th February 2020).

[edit] Preliminary Partners

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