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''Status: in preparation (description as of October 2007)''
 
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Proof of concept (with IGCR 1-6, six most widely known short Greek inscriptions from Croatia in EpiDoc XML encoding): [http://www.ffzg.hr/klafil/dokuwiki/doku.php/z:epidoc-hrvatska].
 
Proof of concept (with IGCR 1-6, six most widely known short Greek inscriptions from Croatia in EpiDoc XML encoding): [http://www.ffzg.hr/klafil/dokuwiki/doku.php/z:epidoc-hrvatska].
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== Description ==
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Nino Zubovic's pilot project, which received startup assistance from the [http://www.ffzg.hr/klafil/index-e.htm Department of Classical Philology] of the [http://www.ffzg.hr/ Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences] at the University of Zagreb, aims to create a digital, EpiDoc corpus of the Greek inscriptions attested and preserved on the territory of present-day Croatia. Methodologically, it shares goals with the U.S. Epigraphy Project, but excludes Latin inscriptions as these are being researched for [http://cil.bbaw.de/ CIL] by the [http://www.ffzg.hr/arheo/ Department of Archaeology].
 
Nino Zubovic's pilot project, which received startup assistance from the [http://www.ffzg.hr/klafil/index-e.htm Department of Classical Philology] of the [http://www.ffzg.hr/ Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences] at the University of Zagreb, aims to create a digital, EpiDoc corpus of the Greek inscriptions attested and preserved on the territory of present-day Croatia. Methodologically, it shares goals with the U.S. Epigraphy Project, but excludes Latin inscriptions as these are being researched for [http://cil.bbaw.de/ CIL] by the [http://www.ffzg.hr/arheo/ Department of Archaeology].

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Inscriptiones Graecae in Croatia Repertae (IGCR)

Status: in preparation (description as of October 2007)

Proof of concept (with IGCR 1-6, six most widely known short Greek inscriptions from Croatia in EpiDoc XML encoding): [1].


Description

Nino Zubovic's pilot project, which received startup assistance from the Department of Classical Philology of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, aims to create a digital, EpiDoc corpus of the Greek inscriptions attested and preserved on the territory of present-day Croatia. Methodologically, it shares goals with the U.S. Epigraphy Project, but excludes Latin inscriptions as these are being researched for CIL by the Department of Archaeology.