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<blockquote>'''Connecting Late Antiquities''' is a collaborative project to create an open, electronic prosopographical database for the Roman and post-Roman territories between the third and seventh centuries AD. Its main aim is to digitise, unite and link existing resources to create a consolidated reference work. Such a work will dramatically improve access to information for all scholars of this period and allow the easy integration of prosopographical material with online geographical, textual, epigraphic and papyrological resources.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>'''Connecting Late Antiquities''' is a collaborative project to create an open, electronic prosopographical database for the Roman and post-Roman territories between the third and seventh centuries AD. Its main aim is to digitise, unite and link existing resources to create a consolidated reference work. Such a work will dramatically improve access to information for all scholars of this period and allow the easy integration of prosopographical material with online geographical, textual, epigraphic and papyrological resources.</blockquote>
  
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Latest revision as of 17:10, 12 January 2021

Available

Researchers

  • Director: Richard Flower
  • Collaborators: Gabriel Bodard, Julia Hillner, Christopher Kelly, Charlotte Roueché, Charlotte Tupman

Description

From the project announcement page (accessed 2019-07-02):

Connecting Late Antiquities is a collaborative project to create an open, electronic prosopographical database for the Roman and post-Roman territories between the third and seventh centuries AD. Its main aim is to digitise, unite and link existing resources to create a consolidated reference work. Such a work will dramatically improve access to information for all scholars of this period and allow the easy integration of prosopographical material with online geographical, textual, epigraphic and papyrological resources.

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