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|−|=== Guides to Good Practice === |+|
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|−|* [ http:/ /www.stoa.org/guides/ Stoa Consortium] | |
|−|* [http://www. digitalmedievalist.org/ Digital Medievalist] | |
|−|* [http://chs. harvard. edu/ wa/ pageR?tn=ArticleWrapper&bdc=12&mn=1324 Classics@ vol. 2 ("Cultural Informatics")] | |
|−|* [http://awmc. unc. edu/wordpress/ Ancient World Mapping Centre] | |
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