A while ago, I was invited by the Fernuniversität Hagen to present on a topic close to my heart: online manuscript databases. I became interested in this topic when I started to build my own manuscript database as a part of the Innovating Knowledge project in 2018. Back then, I thought manuscript databases are cool,Continue reading “10 and 1/2 Lessons in Manuscript Database Building”
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485 manuscripts of the Etymologiae under one roof!
It is official: the Innovating Knowledge project had successfully ended a few weeks ago! (A project bilan summing up what it achieved and what are some of its tastiest outputs will be published soon, I promise.) For now, let me introduce you to the most significant project tool: a database of all surviving and identifiedContinue reading “485 manuscripts of the Etymologiae under one roof!”