DigiPal is a new resource for the study of medieval handwriting, particularly that produced in England during the years 1000–1100, the time of Æthelred, Cnut and William the Conqueror. It is designed to allow you to see samples of handwriting from the period and to compare them with each other quickly and easily.
It currently contains:
- 1675 records of manuscripts and charters
- 962 manuscript images
- 62735 images of letters (graphs)
- 1475 records of scribal hands.
Funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), it is based at the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London.
Modelling Codicology II: A Partial Draft Implementation
1 week, 6 days ago, by Peter A. Stokes
Using DigiPal: A Quick Introduction to the Framework
1 month, 3 weeks ago, by Peter A. Stokes
Modelling Codicology I: Sequence in Gatherings, Folios and Pages
7 months ago, by Peter A. Stokes
Lindisfarne Gospels Restoration Project — Latest News
8 months ago, by Stewart J. Brookes
Handwriting and the Digital Humanities, University of Roehampton, Wednesday 11th November 2015
3 weeks, 1 day ago, by Stewart J. Brookes
Job reminder: Research Associate (Lexis of Cloth and Clothing: Medieval Royal Wardrobe accounts)
1 month ago, by Stewart J. Brookes
Job Vacancy: Part-Time Associate Lectureship in Palaeography
2 months ago, by Peter A. Stokes
'Digital Palaeography' workshop in Mexico City
2 months, 1 week ago, by Peter A. Stokes