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==Available==
 
==Available==
  
* http://hcl.harvard.edu/libraries/houghton/collections/papyrus/index.html
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* https://library.harvard.edu/collections/papyri-houghton-library (collection description)
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* http://hcl.harvard.edu/libraries/houghton/collections/papyrus/index.html (dead link to project) ([https://web.archive.org/web/20180831012554/https://hcl.harvard.edu/libraries/houghton/collections/papyrus/ Wayback version])
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==Directors of digitisation project==
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* Francesca Schironi
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* William P. Stoneman
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
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From project website (accessed 2016-01-13):
 
From project website (accessed 2016-01-13):
  
:This Web site provides strategies for searching Houghton's papyri as well as links to bibliographies related to these materials that were compiled by the Library. Permission to publish from any papyrus is granted at the discretion of the Curator. See Houghton's Reproductions and Permissions page for more information.
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<blockquote><p>This Web site provides strategies for searching Houghton's papyri as well as links to bibliographies related to these materials that were compiled by the Library. Permission to publish from any papyrus is granted at the discretion of the Curator. See Houghton's Reproductions and Permissions page for more information.</p>
  
:The digitization of Houghton's manuscripts was supported by the Provost's Fund for Instructional Technology at Harvard University. The project was directed by Francesca Schironi, assistant professor in the Department of the Classics, in collaboration with William P. Stoneman, Florence Fearrington Librarian and acting curator of Early Books and Manuscripts for Houghton Library, and his staff. Information about the history of the collection was provided by James Armstrong, Assistant Curator of Collections in the Semitic Museum. As digital images of the papyri become available, we will provide links to them from this Web page as well as from the HOLLIS catalog.
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<p>The digitization of Houghton's manuscripts was supported by the Provost's Fund for Instructional Technology at Harvard University. The project was directed by Francesca Schironi, assistant professor in the Department of the Classics, in collaboration with William P. Stoneman, Florence Fearrington Librarian and acting curator of Early Books and Manuscripts for Houghton Library, and his staff. Information about the history of the collection was provided by James Armstrong, Assistant Curator of Collections in the Semitic Museum. As digital images of the papyri become available, we will provide links to them from this Web page as well as from the HOLLIS catalog.</p></blockquote>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:28, 23 April 2020

Available

Directors of digitisation project

  • Francesca Schironi
  • William P. Stoneman

Description

From project website (accessed 2016-01-13):

This Web site provides strategies for searching Houghton's papyri as well as links to bibliographies related to these materials that were compiled by the Library. Permission to publish from any papyrus is granted at the discretion of the Curator. See Houghton's Reproductions and Permissions page for more information.

The digitization of Houghton's manuscripts was supported by the Provost's Fund for Instructional Technology at Harvard University. The project was directed by Francesca Schironi, assistant professor in the Department of the Classics, in collaboration with William P. Stoneman, Florence Fearrington Librarian and acting curator of Early Books and Manuscripts for Houghton Library, and his staff. Information about the history of the collection was provided by James Armstrong, Assistant Curator of Collections in the Semitic Museum. As digital images of the papyri become available, we will provide links to them from this Web page as well as from the HOLLIS catalog.