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The Models of Authority Project: Extending the DigiPal Framework for Script and Decoration

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Peter Anthony Stokes, Stewart Brookes, Geoffroy Noel, John Reuben Davies, Tessa Webber, Dauvit Broun, Alice Jane Taylor, Joanna Tucker

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDigital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts
EditorsMaciej Eder, Jan Rybicki
Place of PublicationKraków
PublisherJagiellonian University & Pedagogical University
ISBN (Electronic)9788394276034
Published11 Jul 2016


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The DigiPal project for palaeography has featured in previous DH conferences (Stokes 2012; Stokes et al. 2014; Stokes 2015). It includes a generalised framework for the description and analysis of handwriting, initially applied to Old English of the eleventh century but subsequently extended to Latin, Hebrew, and decoration (Stokes et al. 2014); it incorporates a novel model for describing handwriting (Stokes 2012); and a recent addition allows the embedding of linked palaeographical images into prose description (Figures 1 and 2; see also Figure 3). The purpose of this poster is to present new developments which form part of two further major grants, one of which is the Models of Authority project (see also Exon 2015). Specifically, the focus here is on the incorporation of textual content into the model for handwriting.

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