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Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages

Description
Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages explores the development of language in Atlantic Europe (Britain, Ireland, northwest France, western Iberia) from 2900BC to the arrival of Latin (AD 400). It aims to test the hypothesis that Celtic probably evolved from Indo-European in Atlantic Europe during the Bronze Age.

DiXiT - Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network

Description
The Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT) is an international network of high-profile institutions from the public and the private sector that are actively involved in the creation and publication of digital scholarly editions.

Inscriptiones antiquae Orae Septentrionalis Ponti Euxini graecae et latinae (IOSPE)

Description
Inscriptiones antiquae Orae Septentrionalis Ponti Euxini graecae et latinae (IOSPE)

Mapping the Medieval Countryside: Places, People, and Properties in the Inquisitions Post Mortem

Description
Mapping the Medieval Countryside is a major research project dedicated to the modeling, analysis and online publication of medieval English inquisitions post mortem (IPMs).

Medieval Francophone Literary Culture Outside France

Description
AHRC funded project focusing upon 6 major francophone textual traditions from the 12th and 13th c. It will map the dissemination of these texts by determining the provenance of surviving manuscripts, and their trajectory.

Medieval Welsh Saints Lives

Description
The Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London (led by Co-Investigator Miguel Vieira) is leading on digital sustainability and the evolving form of the digital edition, developing the Department's Open Source scholarly publication framework 'Kiln' into an innovative editing and publishing platform for digitally enabled scholarship.

Old wine in new bottles: English Gascony (1360-1453) for the Digital Future

Description
This project, which builds on work carried out by the AHRC-funded Gascon Rolls (1317-1468) project, lies at the interface of historical and digital humanities research. It integrates established historical methodology with research into an environment for editing chancery rolls (or other historical source materials).

Online Chopin Variorum Edition

Description
Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the project's primary goal has been to facilitate and enhance comparative analysis of three categories of source material: manuscripts, first impressions of the first editions, and later impressions of the first editions.

PERICLES

Description
PERICLES is a four-year project that aims to address the challenge of ensuring that digital content remains accessible in an environment that is subject to continual change.

The Cult of Saints in Wales: Medieval Welsh Language Sources and Their Transmission

Description
Study of the origins, nature and development of saints' cults is flourishing internationally, but the Welsh sources are at best partially known: some texts have never been edited, others languish in inaccessible publications, and many are available only to Welsh-speakers. The project will create a digital research platform providing a basis for comparative study of this significant tradition.

The Redress of the Past: Historical Pageants

Description
The Redress of the Past website will include general commentary on the pageant movement, representative images of pageant-related ephemera, and oral testimonies from witnesses to historical pageants.

Virtual Museum Transnational Network of Excellence

Description
A four year project with €4.5million funding sponsored by the European Commission as part of the Framework 7 Research Programme. It aims to consolidate and advance a wide range of both existing and future initiatives in the broad area of virtual museum projects and products.
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