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The Arkeotek Journal

The project of putting online the experimental and ethnoarcheological reference datasets on the archeological techniques materialized through the publication in The Arkeotek Journal of 6 reference datasets.

The project of putting online the experimental and ethnoarcheological reference datasets on the archeological techniques materialized through the publication in The Arkeotek Journal of 6 reference datasets:

  • 3 on ceramic techniques (original article by C. Jeffra, 2015, and republished articles by A. Gelbert, 2003),
  • 1 on finishing techniques on hard rock beads (republished article by Errico et al.),
  • 1 on grinding materials (original article by S. Delgado, 2015), 1 on the collection modalities of the Columbella Rustica (original article by C. Perlès, 2016),
  • and 1 dataset on the function of bone points (original article by A. Legrand, 2016). These reference datasets feature the organization of data, illustrated with photographs, drawings, and films, depending on their analysis and interpretation, thereby offering their readers true knowledge bases.

The engineering work surrounding the editing and publishing of reference datasets is assured by MRSH of Caen.

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Website of the project "Comédie-Française Registers"

To give access easy access to the database “Registers of the Comédie-Française and with the goal of promoting the tools created and put at the service of the community, a general site web has been developed.

To give access easy access to the database “Registers of the Comédie-Française and with the goal of promoting the tools created and put at the service of the community, a general site web has been developed. It contains a veritable mine of complementary resources for researchers and teachers and it gives free access to scientific publications directly linked to the database. The site also represents the showcase for the project, its team, its events, its archives, and it furnish a data dictionary (in progress).

Go to the website of the "Comédie-Française Registers" project

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Archives deposit in the Argonnaute digital library

The digitization campaigns accomplished during the projects “Valois Albums” and “European posters,”  populated the BDIC's digital library, the Argonnaute.

The digitization campaigns accomplished during the projects “Valois Albums” and “European posters,”  populated the BDIC's digital library, the Argonnaute.

The portal provides access to more than 150,000 documents digitized by the BDIC: printed materials and archival documents, drawings, paintings, photographs, posters, and objects that provide the opportunity to swim in the primary sources of 20th century history.

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CDLI Wiki

Directly linked to the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative and born with it, cdli:wiki is now a collaborative project of members of the French CNRS team ArScAn-HAROC (Nanterre), and staff and students in the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford, with contributors in several different countries, involved in researches in history of the ancient Near East.

 Directly linked to the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative and born with it, cdli:wiki is now a collaborative project of members of the French CNRS team ArScAn-HAROC (Nanterre), and staff and students in the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford, with contributors in several different countries, involved in researches in history of the ancient Near East. The cdli:wiki is currently funded by the Cluster (LabEx) Pasts in the Present through the project AssyrOnline: Digital Humanities and Assyriology”.

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Heritage of the Near East - Collection "Grands sites archéologiques"

In the framework of the research project "Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites", several websites are created as part of the collection "Grands sites archéologiques" of the French ministry of Culture.

In the framework of the research project "Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites", several websites are created as part of the collection "Grands sites archéologiques" of the French ministry of Culture. Some are already online :

- Orient cunéiforme

- Mari

- Tell Feres

Other websites are currently in development and will be online soon.

 

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Triplestores CIDOC-CRM

In the framework of the research project "Modeling, frames of reference, and digital culture", 3 triplestores were created. They give access to the semantic descriptions CIDOC-CRM of data from 3 projects conducted within the cluster.

In the framework of the research project "Modeling, frames of reference, and digital culture" (ModRef), 3 triplestores were created. They give access to the semantic descriptions CIDOC-CRM of data from 3 projects (Assyronline, Archeological objects with mythological iconography in the BNF’s Department of Medals, and Digital library of the BDIC) conducted within the cluster.

Access to the datawarehouses of RDF files of the ModRef project

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At the birth of French ethnology

Created by the LESC, this website on ethnographic missions to sub-Saharan Africa between 1928 and 1939 documents an important moment of the professionalisation process of the French ethnology.

The site “At the birth of French ethnology. The ethnographic missions to sub-Saharan Africa (1928-1939)” is the result of the project of the same name developed within the labex in association with the Library Éric-de-Dampierre of the Laboratory of comparative ethnology and sociology, French National Library, and the Quai Branly Museum-Jacques Chirac.

The project has a double objective: elucidate the institutionalization of French ethnology and promote the ethnographic archives and collections of each partner by making public a sum of documents and analyses on the missions conducted in sub-Saharan Africa by a new generation of professional ethnologists.

Visit the website At the birth of French ethnology. The ethnographic missions to sub-Saharan Africa (1928-1939)

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Artists' libraries

The team of project "Dialectical Images, imaginary museums, virtuel museums" developed a specific analysis of artists' librairies and a documentary web portal.

The team of project "Dialectical Images, imaginary museums, virtuel museums" developed a specific analysis of artists' librairies and a documentary web portal.

This project uses new technologies to explore an often overlooked archive type, that of the artists' libraries of the 19th and 20th centuries. These archives are less than well known in art history and yet are very important to a more comprehensive understanding of artworks as well as of the artists’ creative process. Browsing through the collections of books, magazines, catalogs and illustrations of these libraries allows us to discover the cultural world of the artists and the making of their art from a new angle.

This website is designed as a portal dedicated to the study of artists libraries. You will not only find the lists of their books, but you will also be able to leaf through their digitized version, to discover a constantly updated inventory of library collections through an interactive map. You will also be given access to methodological tools and instruments to better analyze these resources.

Click here to reach the website "Bibliothèques d'artistes".

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Digital atlas of ancient libraries

 

The atlas of ancient libraries is a sub-programme of Project NimRoD: from Nimrud to Rome, Discovering ancient libraries. The online platform has been planned to allow multiple entry points.

Our primary focus has been on the atlas part of this website. Its aim is to present synthetically ancient libraries attested by textual or material sources (and those that have been supposed), as well as the sites where they were located. Additional developments give the opportunity to interested readers to explore more deeply some aspects of these libraries.

The first sites and libraries are now online, in French and —for some of them— in English.

Come and discover them here : http://nimrod.huma-num.fr/

 

In a later phase, we plan to develop an encyclopaedic part, which will present tendencies and similarities between some libraries, or, on the contrary, focus on remarkable cases.

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http://lesbibliothequesdartistes.org/ is dedicated to the artists' libraries of the 19th and 20th centuries. These archives are less than well known in art history and yet are very important to a more comprehensive understanding of artworks as well as of the artists’ creative process.