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DigiPal

DigiPal
DigiPal is a new resource for the study of medieval handwriting, particularly that produced in England during the years 1000–1100, the time of Æthelred, Cnut and William the Conqueror. It currently has: 1676 Manuscript and Charters 49581 Features 49582 Graphs 8863 Idiographs 1441 Scribal Hands. Funded by the EU FP7, it is based at the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London. Please note that this site is in development and is still incomplete in terms of content and functionality.

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Mapping the Trade of the Société Typographique de Neuchâtel, 1769-1794 The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe (FBTEE) project is a digital humanities project of international significance mapping the production, marketing, dissemination, policing, and reception of books (and hence ideas) in the late eighteenth century. It aims to bring together and make interoperable and publicly available in a single digital resource multiple historical bibliometric databases. The first of these databases is now available on line via this site.

Digitised Manuscripts Sort: 6959 manuscripts available , showing manuscripts 1 to 100 Gardner's Photographic Sketchbook of the War, Washington, [1865], vol. 1 A. Garz: Document Image Analysis of Historical Documents Research by Angelika Garz Ongoing research HisDoc 2.0 - Towards Digital Palaeography An Integrated Approach Incorporating Text Localization, Script Analysis, and Semantics for Historical Documents We will analyze, develop, and integrate methods for text localization, script discrimination, and scribe identi cation into one holistic approach in order to obtain a flexible, robust, and generic approach for historical manuscript analysis in presence of complex layouts.

Digital Research American Legislation Project A compilation of public domain sources for state sessions laws, journals, reports, and statutory compilations, from 1800-1920. Sessions laws encompass all of the legislation passed in a single session of a state legislature, usually published annually or biennially. Journals and reports record the proceedings and at times the deliberations of the legislative sessions. About every ten years, many states published systematized compilations or revisions of all statutes currently then in force. Nineteenth century legislation is in the public domain, and thus many volumes have been digitized and posted by Google Books (or the Hathi Trust).

Kit Guide These pages are a guide to making the basic equipment and clothing of an Anglo-Saxon warrior of the sixth century, together with a few pages on some more advanced projects. Clothing Anglo-Saxon clothes were generally made of wool although linen may also have been used. Nova Scotia Archives Transcription: Letter to Lord Falkland. My Lord, I have just had a long visit from two very intelligent Indians, and, as I have a leisure hour, would like to lay before your Lordship, before they pass away, some of the ideas suggested by their conversation, and by subsequent reflections upon the present state of the Micmacs... Start by searching for documents to transcribe American Legislation Project A compilation of public domain online sources for state sessions laws, journals, reports, and statutory compilations, from 1800-1920. Sessions laws encompass all of the legislation passed in a single session of a state legislature, usually published annually or biennially. Journals and reports record the proceedings and at times the deliberations of the legislative sessions. About every ten years, many states published systematized compilations or revisions of all statutes currently then in force. Nineteenth century legislation is in the public domain, and thus many volumes have been digitized and posted by Google Books (or the Hathi Trust).

Welcome to Utrecht Psalter A Psalter is a songbook from the Bible (Old Testament). Christians and Jews used it and still use it in their prayers and at their services. The Utrecht Psalter is world-famous for its spectacular illustrations.

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