The Inscription between text and object: The deconstruction of a multifaceted notion with a view of a flexible digital representation

Abstract : In scholarly use, the term 'inscription' is not always unambiguous. The same concept can designate either the signifiers on a support, regardless of their meaning and textual function, or can be used to distinguish different texts. In a digital representation, a distinct markup is utilised to encode the material and textual dimensions. In order to combine them in an adequate representation, we submit a definition of some epigraphic notions which supports the theoretical model of an encoding schema compliant with the EpiDoc guidelines, designed as a part of the IGLouvre project.
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Emmanuelle Morlock, Eleonora Santin. The Inscription between text and object: The deconstruction of a multifaceted notion with a view of a flexible digital representation. First EAGLE International Conference on Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Cultural Heritage, The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Sep 2014, Paris, France. ⟨halshs-01141856⟩

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