Sunday, September 2, 2018

Roman Open Data

Roman Open Data
A Data Visualization & Exploratory interface built in the framework of the ERC Advanced Grant Project EPNet, to foster the exploration of one of the richest database for amphorae and epigraphy, promoting the Open Science principles and practices in the context of Digital Humanities.
Explore both epigraphies and amphoras from the database of CEIPAC, one of the most precise archaeological and historical semantic markers available from the Roman Empire trading system.
Look for inscriptions that match your text search or use advanced search capabilities to perform complex searches, using multiples filters regarding epigraphic properties and bibliographic authoring.
Compare your searches by having your results displayed together through different linked views.

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