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Research - Education: Invitation for Applications
Honorific decree with the inscription: “The deme Aixone honours the choregoi Auteas and Philoxenides”. White, medium-grained marble, 313–2 BC. Epigraphical Museum, Athens.
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by Archaeology Newsroom

EpiDoc Workshop

London, April 22-25, 2013

The Institute of Classical Studies, London, invites applications for a 4-day training workshop on digital text-markup for epigraphic and papyrological editing, to be held in the Institute for Classical Studies, London. The workshop will be taught by Gabriel Bodard (KCL), James Cowey (Heidelberg) and Charlotte Tupman (KCL). There will be no charge for the teaching, but participants will have to arrange their own travel and accommodation.

EpiDoc (epidoc.sf.net) is a set of guidelines for using TEI XML (tei-c.org) for the encoding of inscriptions, papyri and other ancient documentary texts. It has been used to publish digital projects including the Inscriptions of Aphrodisias and Tripolitania, the US Epigraphy Project, Vindolanda Tablets Online and Curse Tablets from Roman Britain, Pandektis (inscriptions of Macedonia and Thrace), and the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri. The workshop will introduce participants to the basics of XML and markup and give hands-on experience of tagging textual features and object description in EpiDoc as well as use of the tags-free Papyrological Editor (papyri.info/editor).

No technical skills are required to apply, but a working knowledge of Greek or Latin, epigraphy or papyrology and the Leiden Conventions will be assumed. The workshop is open to participants of all levels, from graduate students to professors or professionals.

To apply for a place on this workshop interested participants should email gabriel.bodard@kcl.ac.uk with a brief description of their reason for interest and summarising their relevant skills and background, by Friday March 1st, 2013.

 

 

 

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