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Online Format: 'Seals and Linked Open Data'

Thursday, 03 December, 2020

The Ong Center for Digital Humanities will host an online event, “Seals and Linked Open Data,” from 8 to 10 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3.

Seals are an important source of information for scholars interested in the ancient and medieval worlds.

The event’s schedule times are listed in Central European, not Central Standard Time.

Participants should register for each panel separately. Veuillez vous inscrire pour chaque session séparément.

Register here.

The event will be held in English and French

Panel 2: Linking Datasets

15:00-15:04, Welcome, Philippa Hoskin, Cambridge University.

15:05-15:19, Maria do Rosário Morujão, University of Coimbra, “Sigillvm Portugaliae: an online corpus of seals from Portugal and in Portuguese archives.”

15:20-15:34, Martina Filosa, University of Cologne, and Alessio Sopracasa, Sorbonne University, “SigiDoc: an encoding standard for (not only) Byzantine seals.”

15:35-15:49, John McEwan, Saint Louis University, “Linking and digitizing legacy catalogues: the Digisig project.”

15:50-16:04, Markus Späth, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, “Uncovering a cosmos of European sealing culture: Digitizing the Beissel cast collection.”

16:05-16:14, Georg Vogeler, University of Graz, “The RDF/SKOS version of the Vocabulaire Internationale de la Sigillographie.”

16:15-16:50, Discussion.

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