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* http://mappingrome.com/
 
* http://mappingrome.com/
  
==Authors==
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==Directors==
  
[https://www.uoregon.edu/ University of Oregon]
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* Nick Camerlenghi
 
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* Allan Ceen
[https://home.dartmouth.edu/ Dartmouth College]
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* Erik Steiner
 
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* Giovanni Svevo
[https://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford University]
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* Jim Tice
 
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[http://www.studiumurbis.org/about/ Studium Urbis]
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==Description==
 
==Description==
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Taken from the project website (Accessed 2019-08-06):
 
Taken from the project website (Accessed 2019-08-06):
  
<blockquote>No place offers the same enduring importance for Western history and culture as the city of Rome. It bears evidence to three millennia of human ambitions, secular and spiritual, and evolving patterns of social and political organization. Its topography is a vast archive—but the city’s very longevity and the wealth of artifacts it contains present a huge challenge for comprehending it in space and through time.
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<blockquote><p>No place offers the same enduring importance for Western history and culture as the city of Rome. It bears evidence to three millennia of human ambitions, secular and spiritual, and evolving patterns of social and political organization. Its topography is a vast archive—but the city’s very longevity and the wealth of artifacts it contains present a huge challenge for comprehending it in space and through time.</p>
 
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Our team of digital designers and scholars responds to this challenge by collaboratively creating an encyclopedic geo-database comprised of multi-layered maps replete with vetted annotations, important dates, patrons, artists, relevant bibliography, photographic and historic images, and other metadata.</blockquote>
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Current and past Mapping Rome projects:
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[http://nolli.uoregon.edu/ Interactive Nolli Map Project]
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[http://vasi.uoregon.edu/ Giuseppe Vasi's Rome]
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[https://exhibits.stanford.edu/lanciani Rodolfo Lanciani Digital Archive]
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[https://exhibits.stanford.edu/nash The Urban Legacy of Ancient Rome]
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[http://mappingrome.com/NFUR/ Forma Urbis Romae (in progress)]
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Mapping Rome Team:
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<p>Our team of digital designers and scholars responds to this challenge by collaboratively creating an encyclopedic geo-database comprised of multi-layered maps replete with vetted annotations, important dates, patrons, artists, relevant bibliography, photographic and historic images, and other metadata.</p></blockquote>
  
[http://mappingrome.com/team/ Principal Investigators and Research Assistants]
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===Current and past Mapping Rome projects===
  
[http://mappingrome.com/teamold/ Former Team Members]
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* [http://nolli.uoregon.edu/ Interactive Nolli Map Project]
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* [http://vasi.uoregon.edu/ Giuseppe Vasi's Rome]
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* [https://exhibits.stanford.edu/lanciani Rodolfo Lanciani Digital Archive]
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* [https://exhibits.stanford.edu/nash The Urban Legacy of Ancient Rome]
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* [http://mappingrome.com/NFUR/ Forma Urbis Romae (in progress)]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:15, 13 August 2019

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[edit] Available

[edit] Directors

  • Nick Camerlenghi
  • Allan Ceen
  • Erik Steiner
  • Giovanni Svevo
  • Jim Tice

[edit] Description

Taken from the project website (Accessed 2019-08-06):

No place offers the same enduring importance for Western history and culture as the city of Rome. It bears evidence to three millennia of human ambitions, secular and spiritual, and evolving patterns of social and political organization. Its topography is a vast archive—but the city’s very longevity and the wealth of artifacts it contains present a huge challenge for comprehending it in space and through time.

Our team of digital designers and scholars responds to this challenge by collaboratively creating an encyclopedic geo-database comprised of multi-layered maps replete with vetted annotations, important dates, patrons, artists, relevant bibliography, photographic and historic images, and other metadata.

[edit] Current and past Mapping Rome projects

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