Archive for the tag 'Athenaeus'

The banquet of the digital scholars – Humanities Hackathon

Humanities Hackathon on editing Athenaeus and on the Reinvention of the Edition in a Digital Space October 10-12, 2012 Universität Leipzig (ULEI) & Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI) Berlin Co-directors: Monica Berti – Marco Büchler – Gregory Crane – Bridget Almas The University of Leipzig will host a hackathon that addresses two basic tasks. On the one […]

Le papyrus et l’hypertexte. Athénée dans la cuisine du savoir

Le papyrus et l’hypertexte. Athénée dans la cuisine du savoir. The Papyrus and the Hypertext. Athenaeus in the Scholarly Kitchen 05.05.2012, ANHIMA (INHA, salle Vasari, 9h-17h) Organisateurs | Organisers: Aurélien BERRA & Christian JACOB (contact) This one-day conference aims at fostering a dialogue about Athenaeus’ Deipnosophists between classicists – whether philologists or historians – and […]

New TEI XML digital editions by the Perseus Project

Plutarch, Athenaeus, Elegy and Iambus, the Greek Anthology, Lucian and the Scaife Digital Lbrary – 1.6 million words of Open Content Greek (on by Gregory Crane) The Perseus Digital Library is pleased to publish TEI XML digital editions for Plutarch, Athenaeus, the Greek Anthology, and for most of Lucian.

Here is, which is a site complementary to Fragmentary Texts and whose aim is to test tools and devise methods for representing fragments of lost authors and works.

Representing Citations in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus

A new project (Representing Citations in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus), directed by Monica Berti in collaboration with Virgilio Costa, aims at investigating the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus in order to (1) carry out a systematic survey of the citations preserved in the fifteen books of Athenaeus’ work, (2) build a fully comprehensive repository of the quotation […]

Classics & Digital Humanities

Gregory Crane, editor in chief of the Perseus Digital Library, was invited as a Visiting Professor to the University of Rome Tor Vergata on October 20-27, 2009. On that occasion, he gave three seminars in Italian on the following topics: La storia di Perseus Digital Library e la nascita delle Digital Humanities negli Stati Uniti […]

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