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- September 19, 2017: Unleash Open Greek and Latin!
Interested in open access, the digital humanities, or conducting digital scholarship in your research and/or teaching? Aren t sure what these topics have to do with classics or archaeology, or even how to get started? Then, please consider joining us next January 3 at the AIA-SCS pre-meeting workshop Deconstructing the Open Greek and Latin Project ! Read more .
Eldarion.com has received the lead contract to develop the new Scaife DL Viewer. In this we build upon work already underway. Read more .
There is no greater topic for research in historical languages than enhancing the ways in which we human beings are able to learn those languages. Read more.
Late in 2016, we published plans for Leipzig to publish a request for proposals to begin work on what could be viewed as a new version of Perseus â something we have been calling Perseus 5.0. Read more .
- October 2013
New texts: the English Bohn and Greek Kaibel editions of Athenaeus’ Deipnosophists and Harpocration.
Corrections to Greek and Latin lexicons, Oppian, Smith’s Geography, Pausanias, Cassius Dio.
CIDOC RDF download links added for Art and Architecture data.
The navigation bar and text sidebars now include links to the Perseus Catalog.
We have released fixes to typos and other errors in various texts.
We have released bug fixes to the following items: the display of Greek letters used to identify subsections in the Lewis and Short Latin Dictionary, broken links to dictionaries in the Word Study tool, and the use of collection limits in searches producing hits in document metadata.
We have addressed some performance issues with the site and fixed a crash in the vocabulary tool. Although some performance problems may persist, we hope that the overall experience is improved. As always, feedback is welcome. Feel free to send detailed error reports to the webmaster.
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The Perseus Project has been supported by various funders throughout its history: