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The study of written matter recorded on hard or durable material; the study of inscriptions from the earliest civilizations through to the present day, their interpretation and classification.
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Examples of Pre-Islamic and Islamic Arabic Inscriptions from 1st Century of Hijra onwards.
Describes use of Unicode for encoding dead and academic scripts.
A study by University College London of all non-Runic early medieval inscribed stones in the British Isles and Brittany. Scope, researchers, and online database.
A lexicographic tool for reading texts written in a late stage of the ancient Egyptian language and in a highly cursive script known as Demotic.
Online searchable database Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP).
A scholarly discussion forum for those people with a professional interest in Greek and Latin epigraphy.
Project of the University of Virginia to create a searchable database of all the inscriptions from Israel from c.330 BC to 614 AD. Inscriptions from Beth She'arim currently available.
Proposed phonetic translation. Includes bibliography, and images.
Attempt to collect all published and unpublished Neo-Assyrian texts into an electronic database.
The epigraphic survey of this institute of the University of Chicago was founded in 1924 and continues to record inscriptions and decoration on Ancient Egyptian monuments.
Proposes a connection between the Phaistos Disc, the Arkalochorie axe and Linear A.
International Journal for Papyrology and Ancient Epigraphics, covering the full spectrum of ancient texts. The articles are written in the author's languages, including English, German, and French.
Researcher Tom Malzbender has invented a tool that lets scholars see ancient inscribed texts in ways never before possible. Illustrated article from Hewlett-Packard Labs. (December 06, 2000)
The earliest examples of writing may have been discovered in Pakistan, according to archaeologists working on the Harappa project. BBC News report. (May 04, 1999)
A study by University College London of all non-Runic early medieval inscribed stones in the British Isles and Brittany. Scope, researchers, and online database.
The epigraphic survey of this institute of the University of Chicago was founded in 1924 and continues to record inscriptions and decoration on Ancient Egyptian monuments.
A lexicographic tool for reading texts written in a late stage of the ancient Egyptian language and in a highly cursive script known as Demotic.
Attempt to collect all published and unpublished Neo-Assyrian texts into an electronic database.
Describes use of Unicode for encoding dead and academic scripts.
Proposes a connection between the Phaistos Disc, the Arkalochorie axe and Linear A.
Proposed phonetic translation. Includes bibliography, and images.
Examples of Pre-Islamic and Islamic Arabic Inscriptions from 1st Century of Hijra onwards.
A scholarly discussion forum for those people with a professional interest in Greek and Latin epigraphy.
Online searchable database Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP).
International Journal for Papyrology and Ancient Epigraphics, covering the full spectrum of ancient texts. The articles are written in the author's languages, including English, German, and French.
Project of the University of Virginia to create a searchable database of all the inscriptions from Israel from c.330 BC to 614 AD. Inscriptions from Beth She'arim currently available.
Researcher Tom Malzbender has invented a tool that lets scholars see ancient inscribed texts in ways never before possible. Illustrated article from Hewlett-Packard Labs. (December 06, 2000)
The earliest examples of writing may have been discovered in Pakistan, according to archaeologists working on the Harappa project. BBC News report. (May 04, 1999)
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