Papyrus-Projekt Halle-Jena-Leipzig

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Available

Collaborators

  • Reinhold Scholl
  • Rainer Thiel
  • Nadine Quenouille
  • Marius Gerhardt
  • Jens Kupferschmidt

(and many others)

Description

From the website (accessed 2015-11-12):

The joint project of the papyri collections Halle, Jena and Leipzig aims at cataloging, digitalizing and backing up the papyri, and since 2009 also ostraca, inventories of the universities. The resulting digital copies are published on this website, including pictures and short descriptions. They are accessible by specialists as well as the public.

The website is implemented using the open source project My CoRe that was and still is developped by a number of german universities. Please notice that the papyrus presentation is still in progress. The number of online papyri will increase within the next months.

From the website (accessed 2020-11-10):

In 2003 the papyrus collections Halle, Jena and Leipzig applied for a DFG-project aiming at the digitization, cataloguing and presentation of the results of indexing of the papyri which are stored in those collections. The results are available through an internet database. On the basis of the IT solution for Halle, Jena and Leipzig analogue applications were developed for Giessen and the Göttingen Academy of Sciences (not public). The present application is a synopsis of the formerly individually existing instances for Erlangen, Cologne, Marburg and Würzburg. Besides those collections it should include other minor collections as for example Basel and Bremen, and offer them a presentation platform. The results of this work are published on this website, including pictures and short descriptions. They are accessible by specialists as well as the public.

The website is implemented using the open source project MyCoRe that was and is still developed by a number of German universities.