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title Linked Data and Ancient Documents
author Pietro Maria Liuzzo
licence Property of Universität Hamburg
description Linked Data and Ancient Documents RDF, URIs, Linked Data and CIDOC-CRM Vocabularies, ontologies, models
date 2020/05/14– 2020/05/14
language en
institution Universität Hamburg
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format Seminar
medium Zoom
location Universtität Hamburg

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