Daily Gleanings about digital humanities resources for philology and epigraphy.
The proceedings of last project EAGLE (Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy) conference from 2016 are openly accessible. HT: AWOL The Friedberg Jewish Manuscript Society has an online, freely accessible archive of manuscripts and transcriptions from the Cairo Geniza. HT: Jim Davila, Stephen Goranson
EpiDig has a substantial Zotero collection of digital epigraphy resources. HT: AWOL
The new Judaism and Rome project “aims to: give access to some important sources, providing as much information as possible: images, original text, translation provide the reader with an original and detailed analysis of each source, a service that is very rarely offered on the internet, and which makes this website comparable to a rich […]
In addition to the Justification and Variegated Nomism set, Logos Bible Software now has recently added three other Mohr-Siebeck resources to their pre-publication program: Karel Jongeling and Robert Kerr, eds., Late Punic Epigraphy Matthias Henze, The Syriac Apocalypse of Daniel Mark Smith, God in Translation