Difference between revisions of "OmnesViae: Roman Routeplanner"

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The geolocations are mainly obtained from the Pleiades initiative[[https://wiki.digitalclassicist.org/Pleiades]].
 
The geolocations are mainly obtained from the Pleiades initiative[[https://wiki.digitalclassicist.org/Pleiades]].
 
The author of this resource went on to create Omnesviae.org's successor, Vici.org [http://vici.org/] mapping nearby Roman and Classical history.
 
The author of this resource went on to create Omnesviae.org's successor, Vici.org [http://vici.org/] mapping nearby Roman and Classical history.
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Language: English [http://vici.org/], Deutsch [http://omnesviae.org/de/], Greek [http://omnesviae.org/el/], Francais [http://omnesviae.org/fr/], Italian [http://omnesviae.org/it/], Nederland [http://omnesviae.org/nl/]
 
Language: English [http://vici.org/], Deutsch [http://omnesviae.org/de/], Greek [http://omnesviae.org/el/], Francais [http://omnesviae.org/fr/], Italian [http://omnesviae.org/it/], Nederland [http://omnesviae.org/nl/]
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==License==
 
==License==
 
Taken from website accessed (2016-05-31):
 
Taken from website accessed (2016-05-31):
 
  I don't claim ownership of any underlying data, not even for the parts that are the fruit of my own research work. I kindly ask the creators of derived works to make the data behind those works also freely available. When using data or output from OmnesViae, please create a link or reference to this work. Please let me know when you use OmnesViae in your publications or derived works.
 
  I don't claim ownership of any underlying data, not even for the parts that are the fruit of my own research work. I kindly ask the creators of derived works to make the data behind those works also freely available. When using data or output from OmnesViae, please create a link or reference to this work. Please let me know when you use OmnesViae in your publications or derived works.
 
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Revision as of 18:10, 31 May 2016

Available

http://omnesviae.org/

Author / Editor

René Voorburg

Description

Based on Richard Talbert's research work on the Tabula Peutingeriana. It is a digitally reconstruction map of Roman medieval routes across Europe from about the year 300 CE. The geolocations are mainly obtained from the Pleiades initiative[[1]]. The author of this resource went on to create Omnesviae.org's successor, Vici.org [2] mapping nearby Roman and Classical history.

Language: English [3], Deutsch [4], Greek [5], Francais [6], Italian [7], Nederland [8]

License

Taken from website accessed (2016-05-31):

I don't claim ownership of any underlying data, not even for the parts that are the fruit of my own research work. I kindly ask the creators of derived works to make the data behind those works also freely available. When using data or output from OmnesViae, please create a link or reference to this work. Please let me know when you use OmnesViae in your publications or derived works.