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Valete vos viatores
This workshop, organized by Silvia Orlandi (University of Roma Sapienza), illustrates the Valete vos viatores project, which aims at digitalizing Roman inscriptions from different Roman cities and turning them into 3D augmented reality formats for reliving those documents and presenting them in a videogame, in order to promote public dissemination of Ancient History. The workshop deals specifically with important issues, such as 3D scanning and digital photogrammetry
Signal and Noise: Epigraphic Ventures in Machine Learning
This module offers an overview of ongoing epigraphic machine learning projects (NLP and Text Restoration, classification, computer vision) discussing specific issues, future developments and critical caveats.
From HTML to List of Words
This two-part lesson teaches how to remove the HTML markup from a webpage.
Introduction into XPATH and XSLT, and to EpiDoc-related tools.
An overview of Multilingual & Multicultural Digital Infrastructures for Ancient Written Artefacts
Presentation of digital infrastructures such as databases, publication platforms, ...
Using digital tools to produce print publications, sharing, citing, reusing data
Sharing, citing, reusing data Citing resources Producing citable resources Managing bibliography Styling bibliography
Digital Written Artefacts
Master in Manuscript Cultures
Python Tutorials for Digital Humanities
A Youtube channel, which provides tutorials for working with Python in a digital humanities project. The videos and tutorials are designed for humanists who have no coding experience.
Distributed Text Services implementation of Beta maṣāḥǝft.
This module illustrates the Claros database, which allows you to quickly track re-editions and translations of Greek inscriptions published over the last century and provides concordances among epigraphic corpora
EpiDoc training in Uppsala for Middle Karaim Manuscripts
Introduction into TEI XML and possibilities of encoding manuscripts.
Working with Digital editions of multilingual sources in TEI EpiDoc
Theoretical and hands-on introduction in TEI EpiDoc with the example of Beta Masheft
Introduction to the Beta maṣāḥǝft Schema
Introduction to the ODD (One Document Does it all), the TEI modules, XPath.
Create Your Textbook from TEI EpiDoc (workshop)
Encode Winter School Würzburg
An overview of Multilingual & Multicultural Digital Infrastructures for Ancient Written Artefacts
Introduction to Digital Humanities
This course will show you how to manage the many aspects of digital humanities research and scholarship. Whether you are a student or scholar, librarian or archivist, museum curator or public historian — or just plain curious — this course will help you bring your area of study or interest to new life using digital tools.
Signal and Noise: Epigraphic Ventures in Machine Learning
This module offers an overview of ongoing epigraphic machine learning projects (NLP and Text Restoration, classification, computer vision) discussing specific issues, future developments and critical caveats.
Introduction to XML
What is XML, what it is useful for, basic terminology, example markup of bibliography. Contains some simple exercises.
Using the Zotero Bibliography and the HLC Styles
The module covers all standard uses of Zotero related to BM: importing data, reusing it, encoding references and citations, features of the visualization in the website.
Introduction to Beta maṣāḥǝft
General introduction, introduction to GitHub workflow, Dillmann lexicon, and morphological parser
EpiDoc, TEI for Inscriptions and Papyri
EpiDoc, TEI for Inscriptions and Papyri Inscriptions and digital editions of inscriptions The EpiDoc specificities, customization and documentation Community and shared software (XSLT)
London-Bologna Online EpiDoc Workshop, 2021
EpiDoc workshop organised by the Institute of Classical Studies, University of London and the Department of History and Cultures, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna In collaboration with the ENCODE Project.
ENCODE DGLE Workshop 2021
The Workshop has been organized as part of the first Multiplier Event of the ENCODE Project and deals mainly with the EpiDoc xml language, Digital Epigraphy and Papyrology, the use of XML editors (Oxygen) and publishing tools (EFES)
Beta maṣāḥǝft Guidelines for relationships
The module describes how different entities are related to one another across the hierarchy of the TEI files.
Trismegistos workshop on Ancient World texts
Workshop on the Trismegistos database
Digital approaches to Juristic Papyrology
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)
Linked Open Data for Written Artefacts
The training will introduce participants to basic Linked Open Data technologies and show techniques to produce, store, visualize, query, reuse, and share data as Linked Open RDF Data. Based mainly on the experience of the Beta Maṣāḥǝft project the training will use examples from epigraphy, codicology, and papyrology and will welcome further diverse datasets to be connected.
Beta Maṣāḥǝft Training Modules
The training is designed to provide an overview of TEI XML, and specifically of the encoding practices of the project Beta Maṣāḥǝft.
The Artificial Papyrologist at work: Digital Papyrology and the AI
This module offers an overview of ongoing papyrological machine learning projects in the field of automated deciphering and identifying hands, restoring fragments and lacunae and performing linguistic analysis and data mining and discusses specific issues, future developments and critical caveats.
EFES customisation
This module shows how to customise indices and facets in EFES (EpiDoc Front-End Services)
The MPIWG Library Digital Infrastructure + RISE and SHINE: an APIbased Infrastructure for Multilingual Textual Resources
The Trismegistos platform: from database of Graeco-Roman Egypt to an interdisciplinary portal of the Ancient World
Alpheios et sim.
Intervento di Pietro Liuzzo per il corso di Didattica del Greco del Prof. Massimo Magnani Parte del progetto Bridging the <gap> in Ancient Writing Cultures: ENhance COmpetences in the Digital Era. Modulo di competenze digitali specifiche di base.
Herculaneum papyri
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)
Automated Linguistic Annotation of Latin
The module illustrates the existing standards for linguistic annotation (lemmatization, morphological tagging, syntactic parsing), the main AI methodologies for performing the tagging automatically and surveys the existing tool for annotating Latin texts.
Using GitHub (Atom and GitHub Desktop)
Programming Historian
Programming Historian is a multilingual portal that publishes novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate research and teaching.
IIIF storage and presentation of images, how to encode links to images.
Introduction to TEI and XML
Introductory lectures to XML, TEI, electronic cataloging of manuscripts, TEI for manuscript descriptions.
Encoding of manuscripts' content and textual units Accomplishments and Challenges
Manipulating Strings in Python
This lesson is a brief introduction to string manipulation techniques in Python.
Aggregating and reusing available data about Written Artefacts: Query methods
Aggregating and reusing available data about Written Artefacts: Query methods From a research question to a formal query (producing a good query) From a query to the data for a research question (analysis of responses)
A papyrological Wiki
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)
Learning Ancient Greek and Italic languages through corpora: a presentation of Pedalion and CEIPoM
Python Introduction and Installation
This is the first lesson in a section on dealing with Online Sources, focusing on installing the relevant software – all free and reputable – and teaching some simple programming that provides immediate results.
Taking a tour in the Online Lexicon Linguae Aethiopicae
Th module shows different functionalities and views in the application.
Digital Resources for Epigraphy
This module illustrates the main databases for Greek and Latin Epigraphy to retrieve texts, images, concordances, indices and catalogues
Linked Data and Ancient Documents
Linked Data and Ancient Documents RDF, URIs, Linked Data and CIDOC-CRM Vocabularies, ontologies, models
Lacunae, Verse, Named Entities
EpiDoc encoding of lacunae, verses, words, names, and places.
ENCODE Digital Papyrology Workshop Parma
The Workshop offers an intensive training in Digital Papyrology and Leiden+ syntax and an introduction to Linguistic Annotation of Greek documentary papyri, with the presentation of projects and specific issues
The concept of a Place, an example based on Ethiopia. The structure of Place and Repositories record. How occurrences of places and persons in texts are annotated.
Reusing Data
Reusing the data from stored dumps, citing Beta maṣāḥǝft, reusing the bibliography, reusing the database, APIs available.
TEI for Manuscripts cataloguing
Dealing with Images: IIIF
Dealing with Images: IIIIF Manuscripts in Beta Masaheft Producing, managing and exposing images Dealing with APIs
The Make PDF Oxygen Project package
How to use the provided package to produce a PDF based on XSL-FO with the Aethiopica editorial requirements based on BM data.
Certainty, Precision, Structure and Abbreviations
Presentation of encoding strategies of certainty, precision, text structures and abbreviations.
PHI Greek Inscriptions
This module illustrates the database of Greek inscriptions created by the Packard Humanities Institute (PHI) and its search functions
Working with Text Files in Python
How to manipulate text files with Python.
TEI and EpiDoc Guidelines
Introduction into TEI and EpiDoc Guidelines
CapiTainS: How the Formulae - Litterae - Chartae Project uses the CapiTainS suite to publish its data
Second Thoughts on Traditional Critical Editions and Scholarly Digital Editions
This module illustrates some thoughts about scholarly digital editions, providing examples of resources
3D scanning and imaging
In these tutorials, the main approaches to 3D scanning and imaging of physical objects are presented
Getting text From Transkribus
Using the model, aligning transcription, running HTR, exporting. workshop
A hands-on workshop where participants learn how to use for editing papyrological texts.
A practical introduction to machine learning and natural language processing on papyrus data
This module illustrates some natural language processing and machine learning techniques for exploring papyrus data using Google Colab with Python and shows how to build simple machine learning models for classifying different papyrus characteristics.
Using taxonomy and authority files
Taxonomy, use of the authority file.
EAGLE dedicated services and their educational potential
This presentation was delivered within a one day workshop on the educational application and social impact of digital scholarly editions (DiXiT workshop: The educational and social impact of Digital Scholarly Edition, organized by Digilab and DiXiT network). It illustrates the main tools of the EAGLE Europeana platform and some projects, which highlight how digital epigraphic projects can be used in secondary school for dissemination of knowledge about inscriptions as cultural heritage
Code Reuse and Modularity in Python
How to reuse parts of a code by writing functions and break programs into modules, in order to keep everything concise and easier to debug.
Challenges and issues of using Transkribus in large late medieval manuscript collections: the Memoriali Project (MemoBo)
The module illustrates the aim of the Memoriali project (MemoBo) and the development of a model for the automatic transcription of medieval manuscripts through Transkribus, a platform for the text recognition, image analysis and structure recognition of historical documents.
Distributed Scholarly Work: Collaboration and Citability
Forms of scholarly interactions made better by the web, Minimal computing, Nanopublications
SEG online
This module shows how to search for an epigraphic document on SEG online by using the “Browse” and “Indices” functions or by typing a keyword into the search box provided by the database
Art Themes and Decorations
Encoding of decorations in manuscripts, and creation of authority lists for decorations.
Beta maṣāḥǝft Guidelines on Manuscripts and general structure of manuscript records
Introduction to the structure of <teiHeader>, including physical description and binding.
Unveiling submerged culture in papyri
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)
Digital and Practical Epigraphy Workshop
This workshop offers a general introduction to epigraphy and methods to read inscriptions, dealing also with digital editing and publication of them in EpiDoc and EFES and discussing the most recent innovations in terms of photogrammetry and imaging
Oxygen XML Editor demo
This module offers an introduction to the Oxygen XML Editor for marking up EpiDoc XML files. Moreover, it illustrates its basic features, including content completion, validation, and a few keyboard useful shortcuts
First Steps in TextGrid
The tutorials show typical workflows in the TextGridLab step by step. They will facilitate the first steps in the virtual research environment and explain particular features of the software and handling of specific tools comprehensibly.
UniBo Digital Lab
The Laboratorio Digitale per le Fonti Classiche has been organized within the Master in History and Oriental Studies of the University of Bologna and deals with the digital encoding (mainly in EpiDoc) and publication of digital corpora of inscriptions, papyri and other ancient sources (in EFES) Academic Year 2021/22, 03.02.2022-04.03.2022
Persons encoding and description
The structure of a Person record, annotation of persons in text.
Downloading Web Pages with Python
This lesson introduces Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) and explains how to use Python to download and save the contents of a web page to a local hard drive.
TEI for Ethiopian Studies
The objective of this workshop is to train the staff of the Hiob Ludolf Centre of Ethiopian Studies and external collaborators on invitation in the use of TEI XML in their everyday work, including manuscript cataloguing and text encoding.
Understanding Web Pages and HTML
Introduction to HTML and the web pages it structures.
Displaying EpiDoc files using EFES
This module contains a presentation of the EFES (EpiDoc Front-End Services) publication platform, shows how to install the tool on your computer and demonstrates its basic use to display transformed EpiDoc files in your browser
Authority lists, Vocabularies and Shared External Resources
Usage of authority lists, creating apparatus criticus in EpiDoc, usage of Zotero bibliography tool.
Approaching papyri from different angles: content, materiality and history
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)
This module illustrates the database Axon - Greek Historical Inscriptions, which offers a digital selection of Greek inscriptions with particular historical relevance
Poinikastas and AIO
This module explains the search functions offered by the Poinikastas Database, which contains archaic Greek inscriptions, and the AIO Database (Attic Inscriptions Online), which offers the English translation of Attic inscriptions
Digital editions of papyri
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)
Digital Gazetteers
This presentation offers a general introduction to historical gazetteers and deals with important issues such as the modelling of places, contributions and data sharing, with particular attention to the Pleiades Project, the Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire and Recogito
ENCODE Workshop Multilingual and Multicultural Digital Infrastructures for Ancient Written Artefacts
The Workshop has been organized as part of a Multiplier Event of the ENCODE Project and focuses on different Multilingual & Multicultural Digital Infrastructures for Ancient Written Artefacts such as Trismegistos and
Introduction to the Beta maṣāḥǝft Guidelines
Describes the different sources of guidelines and the reference materials to keep bookmarked.
Introduction to
The presentation contains a short introduction to and to the encoding of papyri through Leiden+. It was held during the ENCODE Digital Epigraphy Workshop (University of Parma, 24th-27th May 2022)
Introduction to TEI
The module delivers information on TEI, TEI guidelines, and community, and on the possibility of more precision obtained with TEI.
Building a MySQL Relational Database for Your Data
Intensive hands-on training in building a MySQL relational database for humanistic data, with a focus on philological, linguistic, literary and historical data, as well as introducing data visualization, interface design (including UX) and sustainability issues
Introduction to data modeling for the Humanities
Data visualization: introduction to designing a graphic user interface (GUI) and user experience (UX) issues
Introduction to sustainability issues
EpiDoc for Mycenaean inscriptions
The workshop is a hands-on, collaborative, group work on completing the alignment of EpiDoc with the Wingspread Conventions, with the aim – in addition to provide a new encoding tool for Mycenologists – of giving and in-depth picture of the workings of EpiDoc and how it can be adapted to different epigraphic traditions.
Digitization, mark-up and linguistic annotation of the Mycenaean documents
The presentation contains a short introduction to to digitization, mark-up and linguistic annotation of the Mycenaean documents. It was held during the ENCODE Digital Epigraphy Workshop (University of Parma, 24th-27th May 2022)
Designing digital resources for papyrus collections
Encode Winter School (Würzburg)