Encoding across Languages and Technologies, 14 October 2022, 9:30 AM - 4:45 PM (CET)

The sixth Project Conference focuses on the development of annotated databases of more fragmentarily documented corpora, like the Mycenaean and Scandinavian runic inscriptions, presenting existing projects and technical challenges. Registration for participation online or in presence by 07.10.2022.

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  • Date: 14 OCTOBER 2022  from 9:30 to 16:45

  • Event location: Conference room “Linken”, Georg Sverdrups hus, Moltke Moes vei 39 - In presence and online event

  • Type: Multiplier events


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Conference Programme


09:30–09:45    Welcome

09:45–10:15    The undeciphered Aegean scripts and the ERC INSCRIBE 3D Model Viewer: State-of-the-art Digital Corpora and future prospects, Silvia Ferrara (University of Bologna)

10:15–10:45    Encoding Mycenaean texts, Federico Aurora (University of Oslo)

10:45–11:15    Coffee break

11:15–11:45    Semantic MediaWiki for digital editing: Lexicon Leponticum and Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum, Corinna Salomon (University of Vienna), Martin Braun (University of Vienna)

11:45–12:15    The Hesperia database and the digital compilation of Palaeohispanic epigraphic corpus, Eduardo Orduña (Institut El Pont de Suert, Lleida)

12:15–14:00    Lunch break

14:00–14:30    Runor – A digital resource for research on runic inscriptions, Marco Bianchi (Uppsala University), Marcus Smith (Swedish National Heritage Board)

14:30–15:00    Beyond runes: Ongoing development of digital resources for Roman–script epigraphy in medieval Scandinavia, Elise Kleivane (University of Oslo), Johan Bollaert (University of Oslo), Alessandro Palumbo (University of Oslo), Karl Farrugia (University of Oslo)

15:00–15:30    Coffee break

15:30–16:00    The ideas behind Bibliotheca Polyglotta and their implementation online, Jens Braarvig (Norwegian Institute of Philology)

16:00–17:00    On XML and relational databases: alternative or complementary solutions? Round table with Anna Foka (Uppsala University), Mark Depauw (KU Leuven), Pietro Liuzzo (Bibliotheca Hertziana) and Gioele Barabucci (NTNU)


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