The EAGLE Storytelling App is a WordPress plugin that allows users to write blogpost, news, stories and narratives by citing and embedding content from various web repositories related to the Ancient World (like Pelagios, the iDAI.gazetteer, Finds.org and many more).
The web app is available on the EAGLE project’s official website. Users can create an EAGLE account and start writing their epigraphic-related narratives right away and publish them on the Stories page.
But right now, epigraphers that want to experiment with the application can also install it on their WordPress-powered site easily from the official plugin repositories!
The application is designed to work within the EAGLE user-dedicated ecosystem (the search engine and the EAGLE collection of inscriptions and images), but it’s easily customizable: new plugins to parse and embed content from various sources can be implemented with minimal effort.
Currently, the EAGLE Storytelling App support content from:
What’s more, we provide an “EpiDoc generic reader” that can transform any EpiDoc-compliant XML file into a human-readable edition, with formatted text, images and all the information.
- the EAGLE epigraphic collection
- Pelagios (and Pleiades maps)
- Wikimedia Commons
- Ancient History Encyclopedia