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What is the Future of Digital Epigraphy?

Posted by on Dec 7, 2018 in EAGLE Project, IDEA Association

The annual meeting of IDEA – International Digital Epigraphy Association – will be held on January 21st, 2019 in Rome, at the Aula Teleconferenze in the Vetrerie Sciarra – Università “La Sapienza”. The programme of the event is as follows: 10.30 – Silvia Orlandi, “Future perspectives of IDEA” 11.00 – Giulia Sarullo, “Report...

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EDB data updated!

Posted by on Dec 7, 2018 in EAGLE Project, IDEA Association

We are please to announce that the update of the EDB data in EAGLE has been now completed. This makes it possible to considerably increase the number of objects (in particular images) available in the database. Click here to browse the EAGLE inscriptions...

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Review: Searching EAGLE

Posted by on Nov 17, 2018 in EAGLE Project, IDEA Association

By Charles Hedrick Source: Society for Classical Studies (SCS) website: https://classicalstudies.org/node/29654 Header Image: Iscrizione latina arcaica, VI secolo a.C. EDR 078476. Photo by Giulia Sarullo – Own work, via Wikimedia CC BY-SA 4.0.   EAGLE, the Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, was conceived in 1997 by the Italian...

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Trismegistos texrelations API

Posted by on Jun 19, 2018 in EAGLE Project, IDEA Association

The new Trismegistos texrelations API  has been released. The goal of this API is to connect different partner-projects working on the Antiquity. The API returns matching ids of inscriptions in extremely simple formats. You can find the API’s documentation at: https://www.trismegistos.org/dataservices/texrelations/documentation/ and the endpoints...

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EAGLE contribution to LatinNow GIS

Posted by on Mar 12, 2018 in EAGLE Project, IDEA Association

This blog post by Michael P. A. Loy is an output of the ERC-funded project Latinization of the North-western Roman Provinces (LatinNow), grant number 715626.   One of the planned outputs for LatinNow is a publicly accessible GIS. This will be an easily navigable web-based interface (similar to tools produced by ORBIS or EngLaId, fig. 1), which will...

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