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  • Francesca Dell’Oro (PI)
  • Loris Rimaz
  • Helena Bermúdez Sabel
  • Paola Marongiu


From the project announcement (2022-06-08):

Pygmalion is an open access tool developed to easily draw interactive visualisations of meanings, functions, concepts, etc. in their diachronic evolution. A short description of the tool and instructions on how to use it can be found here: Pygmalion is available in three versions.

Pygmalion is a flexible and multifunctional tool we developed in the framework of the SNSF-funded project a World of Possibilities (WoPoss). Modal pathways over an extra-long period of time: the diachrony of modality in the Latin language ( In our showcase you will find some examples of application of the tool to modal markers ( and beyond: