Ancient OCR: Storing, Cataloguing, Relating, and Exposing OCR Objects from the Open Philology Project – EUDAT

“The Open Philology Project at the University of Leipzig has developed a modular, multi-threaded OCR pipeline to reach our goal of digitizing 100,000 books in the next three years.  This pilot project gives us a way to store, catalogue, and expose the results of this pipeline, from original image to final OCR results.  The users of the EUDAT system will be at the University of Leipzig and Tufts University (USA).  The users of the data would be the same as those of the Perseus Digital Library, i.e., researchers and students in classical languages worldwide….”

Using Images in Teaching and Publications | Society for Classical Studies

“Websites with Downloadable Digital Images

This list is arranged in three sections – Sites and Artifacts, Textual Material, Coins, Maps, and Museum and Archive Collections – with websites arranged alphabetically within each section. This list is not exhaustive; suggestions for additions are very welcome and should be sent to Kathleen Coleman (

Where free reproduction is permitted under a Creative Commons license, details are noted below. Reproduction rights for the other sites vary; for details, please consult the sites themselves….”

Classical Inquiries – Studies on the Ancient World from CHS

“Classical Inquiries (CI) is an online, rapid-publication project of Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies, devoted to sharing some of the latest thinking on the ancient world with researchers and the general public.

The primary author for CI will be Gregory Nagy, who is currently the Director at the Center and the Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature at Harvard University in Cambridge. …”