Ancient manuscripts in digital culture: visualisation, data mining, communication

Front Matter -- Figures and Tables -- Contributors -- Introduction: the Dissemination of the Digital Humanities within Research on Biblical, Early Jewish and Christian Studies /Claire Clivaz and Sarah Bowen Savant -- Digitization and Manuscripts as Visual Objects: Reflections from a Media Studies Pe...

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Contributors: Hamidović, David 1974- (Editor) ; Clivaz, Claire 1971- (Editor) ; Savant, Sarah Bowen (Editor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Leiden Boston Brill [2019]
In:Year: 2019
Series/Journal:Digital biblical studies volume 3
Biblical Studies, Ancient Near East and Early Christianity E-Books Online, Collection 2019, ISBN: 9789004390805
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Classical antiquity / Handwriting / Digital humanities
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Jewish religious literature History and criticism Data processing
B Digital humanities
B Christian literature, Early History and criticism Data processing
B Manuscripts Digitization
B Data mining
B Communication in learning and scholarship Technological innovations
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Summary:Front Matter -- Figures and Tables -- Contributors -- Introduction: the Dissemination of the Digital Humanities within Research on Biblical, Early Jewish and Christian Studies /Claire Clivaz and Sarah Bowen Savant -- Digitization and Manuscripts as Visual Objects: Reflections from a Media Studies Perspective /Liv Ingeborg Lied -- The Power of Visual Culture and the Fragility of the Text /Peter M. Phillips -- “What no eye has seen”: Using a Digital Microscope to Edit Papyrus Fragments of Early Christian Apocryphal Writings /Brent Landau , Adeline Harrington and James C. Henriques -- Manuscripts, Monks, and Mufattishīn: Digital Access and Concerns of Cultural Heritage in the Yale Monastic Archaeology Project /Stephen J. Davis -- Qualitative Analysis of Semantic Language Models /Thibault Clérice and Matthew Munson -- Using Natural Language Processing to Search for Textual References /Brett Graham -- Electronic Transcriptions of New Testament Manuscripts and their Accuracy, Documentation and Publication /H.A.G. Houghton -- Visualizing Data in the Quantitative Comparison of Ancient Texts: a Study of Paul, Epictetus, and Philodemus /Paul Robertson -- Teaching Epigraphy in the Digital Age /Heather Dana Davis Parker and Christopher A. Rollston -- HarvardX’s Early Christianity: The Letters of Paul: a Retrospective on Online Teaching and Learning /Jennifer Aileen Quigley and Laura Salah Nasrallah -- Learning from Jesus’ Wife: What Does Forgery Have to Do with the Digital Humanities? /James F. McGrath -- Synagogue Modeling Project Report: a Multi-faceted Approach to 3D, Academic Modeling /Bradley C. Erickson -- Back Matter -- Authors Index -- Subject Index.
Ancient Manuscripts in Digital Culture presents an overview of the digital turn in Ancient Jewish and Christian manuscripts visualisation, data mining and communication. Edited by David Hamidović, Claire Clivaz and Sarah Bowen Savant, it gathers together the contributions of seventeen scholars involved in Biblical, Early Jewish and Christian studies. The volume attests to the spreading of digital humanities in these fields and presents fundamental analysis of the rise of visual culture as well as specific test-cases concerning ancient manuscripts. Sophisticated visualisation tools, stylometric analysis, teaching and visual data, epigraphy and visualisation belong notably to the varied overview presented in the volume
ISBN:9004399291
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1163/9789004382107
DOI: 10.1163/9789004399297