Friday, June 3, 2016

DASI: Digital Archive for the Study of pre-Islamic Arabian Inscriptions

 [First posted in AWOL 31 January 2013. Updated when the site relaunched 3 June 2016]

DASI: Digital Archive for the Study of pre-Islamic Arabian Inscriptions
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DASI – Digital Archive for the Study of pre-Islamic Arabian Inscriptions is a five-year project funded by the European Community within the Seventh Framework Programme “Ideas”, Specific Programme “ERC – Advanced Grant”.

The DASI project seeks to gather all known pre-Islamic Arabian epigraphic material into a comprehensive online database which can be accessed by scholars from anywhere in the world.

DASI database is freely available at http://dasi.humnet.unipi.it/.
CSAI is a computer-based archive of the University of Pisa comprised of over 6,000 Ancient South Arabian inscriptions.
OCIANA project of the University of Oxford presents all known Ancient North Arabian inscriptions in a single online corpus. 
The corpus will be soon open in DASI thanks to the agreement with the CNRS UMR 8167 for the digitization of the Nabataean inscriptions.

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