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The '''Packard Humanities Institute''', in conjunction with Cornell University and The Ohio State University make available online an extensive corpus of '''Greek inscriptions''', intended to supersede the CD-ROMs PHI originally distributed. As of 2014, the website made searchable approximately 210,000 Greek inscriptions. There is very little information about the collection strategy or responsibilities published at the site.
The '''Packard Humanities Institute''', in conjunction with Cornell University and The Ohio State University make available online an extensive corpus of '''Greek inscriptions''', intended to supersede the CD-ROMs PHI originally distributed. As of 2014, the website made searchable approximately 210,000 Greek inscriptions. There is very little information about the collection strategy or responsibilities published at the site.


Access is free (cost) to all who accept their terms of use, but re-use is not permitted.
Access is free (cost) to all who accept their terms of use, but re-use is not permitted.  
<p>Indeed, at the homepage of the PHI Greek Inscriptions website, the following statement can be read (Accessed 2020-12-01):</p>
<blockquote>''I agree to use this web site only for personal study and''
''not to make copies except for my personal use''
''under “Fair Use” principles of Copyright law.''<blockquote/>
 


==Reviews==
==Reviews==

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The Packard Humanities Institute, in conjunction with Cornell University and The Ohio State University make available online an extensive corpus of Greek inscriptions, intended to supersede the CD-ROMs PHI originally distributed. As of 2014, the website made searchable approximately 210,000 Greek inscriptions. There is very little information about the collection strategy or responsibilities published at the site.

Access is free (cost) to all who accept their terms of use, but re-use is not permitted.

Indeed, at the homepage of the PHI Greek Inscriptions website, the following statement can be read (Accessed 2020-12-01):

I agree to use this web site only for personal study and

not to make copies except for my personal use

under “Fair Use” principles of Copyright law.


Reviews