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I don’t want to go on at the length of the previous post, and ordinarily therefore I’d start by listing the programme, but since it, the abstracts and indeed the slideshows from the papers are all already online, it seems as if you’d already have gone there if you wanted.Still, I can’t think of another structure, and maybe the few things I want to say will spark your interest, so I’m going to use my usual one anyway, but with a cut at the halfway mark because, well, this goes on a bit.Some may betray themselves with anachronistic phrasing, but others were written with enough care or close enough to the time that they purported to be from that looking for particular words and phrases would not uncover them.
It's fantastic to see another instance of humanists and scientists working together to solve historical problems.
The encoding model developed for ASChart covered general metadata about the charters – including a brief description of their contents and information about the archive to which each belonged – as well as more specific information pertaining to the structure and semantics of the charters themselves.
The markup included elements of Anglo-Saxon charters that are characteristic of their diplomatic discourse such as invocation, proem, dispositive word, bound, curse, dating clause, promulgation place, witness list, names in general, name of donor and name(s) of beneficiary(ies).
This first session had been supposed to feature Christian Emil Ore, but he had now been moved to a slot later in the program, and Mr Vujošević moved up to compensate because of a later speaker not being available as planned.
The organiser were keen on keeping papers together that could talk to each other.This page is unavailable due to either geographic restrictions or other restrictions in place at this time.