Tag: EAGLE

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EAGLE Mediawiki awarded as Best DH Tool or Suite of Tools

EAGLE Mediawiki has been awarded as Best DH Tool or Suite of Tools at the Digital Humanities Awards 2016, an international prize yearly bestowed to Resources in Digital Humanities. EAGLE Mediawiki is designed to give a tool to anyone interested in making available the surviving inscriptions of the Greco-Roman world and contributing translations of inscriptions in several European languages, either by providing groups of translations or providing new ones. Continue reading


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EAGLE MediaWiki – vote now!

EAGLE project and network aims to build a multi-lingual online collection inscriptions from the Greek and Roman World. The aim of the network is to make available the vast majority of the surviving inscriptions of the Greco-Roman world, complete with … Continue reading


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Founded IDEA – The International Digital Epigraphy Association

On 9 May 2016 a group of core partners of the EAGLE project founded IDEA – The International Digital Epigraphy Association in order to maintain, perpetuate and improve upon this ground breaking project. The goal of the association is the promotion of the use of advanced methodologies in the research, study, enhancement, and publication of “written monuments”. IDEA first General Assembly will take place in Pisa on 28 September 2016 together with a half day public event to present the Association to the wider audience. Continue reading


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EAGLE e IDEA: il futuro dell’epigrafia digitale

EAGLE e IDEA: il futuro dell’epigrafia digitale Museo della Grafica, Palazzo Lanfranchi, Lungarno Galilei 9, Pisa, 28 Settembre 2016 Evento organizzato dall’Associazione IDEA (International Digital Epigraphy Association)   PROGRAMMA 11:00 – 13:30 Assemblea Generale (riservata ai soci dell’Associazione) 15:30 – … Continue reading


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EAGLE project: excellent progress!

“Excellent progress: the project has fully achieved its objectives and goals for the period and has even exceeded expectations”. So the European Commission concluded on 19 May, in Bruxelles, its review of the EAGLE project’s activities. The project’s conclusion looks really promising! Stay tuned! Continue reading


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Off the Beaten Track. Epigraphy at the Borders

In Bari, from Thursday 24 September to Friday 25 September 2015 the sixth EAGLE international event is being held, under the title “Off the Beaten Track. Epigraphy at the Borders”. Aim of the meeting is to discuss issues and raise questions about encoding inscriptions different from those labelled as standard, even in languages other than Greek and Latin. Organisers intend to address peculiarities that are due to material supports, executing techniques, graphic shapes, non-alphabetical signs and generally visual components relating to the epigraphic texts. Continue reading


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Meet the Romans with EAGLE

The first EAGLE promo video has just been released and is now available on the EAGLE website. The script focuses on the dramatic and compelling story behind the main inscription on the Arch of Septimius Severus in Rome, evoking the whole arc of the subsequent history of Ancient Rome. Continue reading


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EAGLE 2016 International Conference on Digital and Traditional Epigraphy in Context

EAGLE 2016 International Conference on Digital and Traditional Epigraphy in Context is the second in a series of international conferences planned by EAGLE BPN. The event will feature presentations and hands-on workshops regarding themes of the EAGLE project, led by the project’s Working Groups. Continue reading


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EAGLE 2015 International Event

Use and Re-Use of Digital Cultural Heritage Assets – Interoperability, Repositories and Shared infrastructures was the fifth in a series of international events planned by EAGLE BPN. The event, organised by The Cyprus Institute, in collaboration with Heidelberg University and Sapienza, University of Rome, featured presentations and hands-on workshops regarding themes of the EAGLE project. Continue reading


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The 22nd International Congress of Historical Sciences

The International Congress of Historical Science started in 1900. It is held every five years and has already been held 21 times since the original congress. Being the most influential academic activity of historical science, it enjoys a reputation of “Olympics of historians”. Continue reading