Appendix: Bibliography


Epigraphic and papyrological conventions

These publications are the source for the Leiden-style conventions used in the Guidelines and the Example XSLT transformations.

  1. Joshua D. Sosin et al., 2011, Papyrological conventions used in Duke Databank texts, Available:
  2. Francisca Feraudi-Gruénais, Andreas Dafferner & Brigitte Ruck, 2002, EDH: Handbuch zur Epigraphischen Datenbank Heidelberg, Available:
  3. Marcus Dohnicht, Zusammenstellung der diakritischen Zeichen zur Wiedergabe der lateinischen Inschrifttexte der Antike für den Unicode (Entwurft Juli 2000),
  4. Sterling Dow, Conventions in editing: a suggested reformulation of the Leiden System, Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies Scholarly Aids 2, Durham, 1969
  5. Hans Krummrey and Silvio Panciera, Criteri di edizione e segni diacritici in Tituli 2 (1980), 205-215
  6. Silvio Panciera, Struttura dei supplementi e segni diacritici dieci anni dopo in Supplementa Italica 8 (1991), 9-21
  7. POxy: Oxyrhynchus Papyri, Egypt Exploration Society, 1898-
  8. Louis Robert with Jeanne Robert, Fouilles d'Amyzon en Carie, Paris: De Boccard, 1983, pp. 9-11 on Signes critiques du corpus et édition
  9. SEG: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum, Lugduni Batavorum: Sijthoff, 1923-

Epigraphic and Papyrological Databases not primarily based on EpiDoc

  1. Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (EAGLE), available:
  2. Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg (EDH), available:
  3. Epigraphic Database Roma (EDR), available:
  4. Epigraphik Datenbank Clauss-Slaby (EDCS), available:
  5. Programme d’enregistrement, de traitement et de recherche automatique en épigraphie (PETRAE), available:

Bibliography on digital epigraphy and text encoding

Further reading:

  1. Fernando-Luis Álvarez, Elena García-Barriocanal and Joaquín-L. Gómez-Pantoja, 'Sharing Epigraphic Information as Linked Data', in (eds. Sanchez-Alonso & Athanasiadis), Metadata and semantic research (Springer 2010), pp. 222-234. Available:
  2. Lisa Anderson & Heidi Wendt, 'Ancient Relationships, Modern Intellectual Horizons: The practical challenges and possibilities of encoding Greek and Latin inscriptions.' In ed. M.T. Rutz & M.M. Kersel, Archaeologies of Text: Archaeology, Technology, and Ethics. Oxbow Books, 2014 (Joukowsky Institute Publication 6). Pp. 164–175.
  3. Alison Babeu, 'Epigraphy', “Rome Wasn’t Digitized in a Day”: Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Classicists Draft Version 1.3—11/18/10, pp. 73-89. CLIR, 2010. Online at:
  4. Roger S. Bagnall, 'Integrating Digital Papyrology', presented at Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come, University of Virginia, March 26-28, 2010. Available:
  5. Gabriel Bodard, The Inscriptions of Aphrodisias as electronic publication: A user's perspective and a proposed paradigm, in Digital Medievalist 4 (2008), Available:
  6. Gabriel Bodard, 'EpiDoc: Epigraphic Documents in XML for Publication and Interchange', in (ed. F. Feraudi-Gruénais) Latin On Stone: epigraphic research and electronic archives (Lexington Books, 2010), pp. 101-118.
  7. Gabriel Bodard, 'Digital Epigraphy and Lexicographical and Onomastic Markup'. Pre-press available:
  8. Gabriel Bodard & Simona Stoyanova (2016). Epigraphers and Encoders: Strategies for Teaching and Learning Digital Epigraphy. In ed. Bodard/Romanello, Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange and Public Engagement. London: Ubiquity Press. Pp. 51–68. Available:
  9. Gabriel Bodard & Polina Yordanova (2020), Publication, Testing and Visualization with EFES: A tool for all stages of the EpiDoc editing process. Studia Digitalia Universitatis Babeș-Bolyai 65.1, pp. 17–35. Available:
  10. Hugh Cayless, Charlotte Roueché et al., 'Epigraphy in 2017', Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.1 (2009), available:
  11. Tim Finney, Converting Leiden-style Editions to TEI Lite XML (2001), Available:
  12. Marion Lamé, 'Pour une codification historique des inscriptions', Rivista Storica dell'Antiquità 38 (2008), pp. 213-225. Italian translation, 'Per una codifica storica delle iscrizioni', Griselda Online, 2008. Online at:
  13. Laura Löser (2014). Meeting the Needs of Today’s Audiences of Epigraphy with Digital Editions. In ed. Orlandi et al. Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Cultural Heritage, pp. 239–251.
  14. Anne Mahoney, 'Epigraphy', in (eds. Burnard, O'Brian & Unsworth) Electronic Textual Editing (2006), preview online at
  15. Silvia Orlandi, Raffaella Santucci, Vittore Casarosa & Pietro Maria Liuzzo, eds. (2014). Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Cultural Heritage. Proceedings of the First EAGLE International Conference. Rome: Sapienza Università Editrice. Available:
  16. Charlotte Roueché and Gabriel Bodard, 'The Epidoc Aphrodisias Pilot Project', Forum Archaeologiae 23/VI/2002, online at
  17. Charlotte Roueché, 'Digitizing Inscribed Texts', in Text Editing, Print and the Digital World (Ashgate, 2008) pp. 159-168.
  18. Joshua D. Sosin, 'Digital Papyrology', Congress of the International Association of Papyrologists, 19 August 2010, Geneva. Available:
  19. Text Encoding Initiative, P5: Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange, Available:
  20. Charlotte Tupman, 'Contextual epigraphy and XML: digital publication and its application to the study of inscribed funerary monuments', in (eds. Bodard & Mahony) Digital Research in the Study of Classical Antiquity (Ashgate, 2010), pp. 73-86.

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Date: 2022-10-07