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In 2019 in was announced that '''Vanessa Gorman''', professor of history at University of Nebraska–Lincoln had singlehandedly produced '''[[Treebanking|Treebanks]]''' of oevr 500,000 words of Classical Greek prose using the [[Arethusa]] annotation tool. These trees are available to download or browser via the [[Perseids]] site, or in Professor Gorman's Github repository. They are an incredibly useful resource for linguistic research and pedagogical training alike.
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In 2019 in was announced that '''Vanessa Gorman''', professor of history at University of Nebraska–Lincoln had singlehandedly produced '''[[Treebanking|Treebanks]]''' of over 500,000 words of Classical Greek prose using the [[Arethusa]] annotation tool. These trees are available to download or browser via the [[Perseids]] site, or in Professor Gorman's Github repository. They are an incredibly useful resource for linguistic research and pedagogical training alike.
  
 
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In 2019 in was announced that Vanessa Gorman, professor of history at University of Nebraska–Lincoln had singlehandedly produced Treebanks of over 500,000 words of Classical Greek prose using the Arethusa annotation tool. These trees are available to download or browser via the Perseids site, or in Professor Gorman's Github repository. They are an incredibly useful resource for linguistic research and pedagogical training alike.

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