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Digital Resource for Palaeography

Digital Resource for Palaeography

The Palaeography of Cuneiform Transmission | SOAS The Palaeography of Cuneiform Transmission The Palaeography of Cuneiform Transmission: Old Hittite and Alalakh VII is a joint project of Gerfrid G.W. Müller (Würzburg) and Mark Weeden (SOAS) supported by the British Academy Cuneiform was a script used for writing various languages across the ancient Middle East for a period of 3,500 years. The Next Generation of Discovery By Judy Luther & Maureen C. Kelly, 3/15/2011 The stage is set for a simpler search for users, but choosing a product is much more complex. CARL GRANT Chief Librarian Ex Libris Group The choice of over 750 institutions worldwide, Primo combines the breadth of scholarly content with a user focused interface and community-derived recommendations to support academic excellence. Primo—together with its Primo Central Index of hundreds of millions of scholarly materials—offers a true one-stop shop for discovery and delivery, branded and customized to the individual institution’s needs, with a choice of a local or cloud-based implementation. Primo provides needed OPAC functionality within the Primo interface such as requests, renewals, and fines; a variety of user services, such as a personal e-shelf; and access from mobile devices. LJ Explores the Big Tools This is the third in a series of articles this spring devoted to new developments in major tools for libraries.

Mandragore - écran d'accueil Manuscripts Online Evellum - Home Calliope Detail of painting The Muses Urania and Calliope by Simon Vouet, in which she is holding a copy of the Odyssey In Greek mythology, Calliope (/kəˈlaɪ.əpiː/ kə-LY-ə-pee; Ancient Greek: Καλλιόπη, Kalliopē "beautiful-voiced") was the muse of epic poetry,[1] daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, and is believed to be Homer's muse for the Iliad and the Odyssey .[2] Calliope is usually seen with a writing tablet in her hand. The Italian poet, Dante Alighieri, in his Divine Comedy, makes reference to Calliope, "Here rise to life again, dead poetry! References[edit] Jump up ^ Lempriere, D.D., 1788. External links[edit]

Initiale - Catalogue de manuscrits enluminés - IRHT Initiale est un catalogue informatisé de manuscrits enluminés du Moyen Âge, principalement de ceux qui sont conservés dans les bibliothèques publiques de France, hors Bibliothèque nationale de France. >> Lire la suite Ce catalogue, en cours de constitution, est établi sous la responsabilité de la Section des manuscrits enluminés (SME, olim SSI) de l’Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes (IRHT). >> Lire la suite Initiale fournit, dans les limites de l’avancement du catalogage : l’état du recensement des fonds par l’IRHT ; des notices de manuscrits contenant une identification sommaire des textes, la datation, l’origine, la provenance, l’attribution éventuelle à un artiste, et une liste de références bibliographiques ; des notices d’enluminures (représentations ou ornements) ; des fiches bibliographiques augmentées, s’il y a lieu, de renvois aux notices de manuscrits recensés dans Initiale. Des photographies numériques des livres décrits sont associées à une partie des notices.

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