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''Philologie à venir'' [http://philologia.hypotheses.org] is a research blog dealing with digital philology. It is primarily intended as a companion to a seminar held in Paris on “Ancient Texts & Digital Humanities” and a digital edition currently under construction.
''Philologie à venir'' [http://philologia.hypotheses.org] is a research blog dealing with digital philology. It is primarily intended as a companion to seminars held in Paris (“Scholarly Edition & Digital Humanities” in 2011-2012, “Ancient Texts & Digital Humanities” in 2010-2011) and a digital edition of Athenaeus (currently under construction).


Please visit for more information, bibliographical references and links!
Please visit for more information, bibliographical references and links!

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Philologie à venir [1] is a research blog dealing with digital philology. It is primarily intended as a companion to seminars held in Paris (“Scholarly Edition & Digital Humanities” in 2011-2012, “Ancient Texts & Digital Humanities” in 2010-2011) and a digital edition of Athenaeus (currently under construction).

Please visit for more information, bibliographical references and links!

Aurélien Berra [2]