Epigraphic ontology

Gabriel Bodard edited this page Feb 28, 2018 · 7 revisions

Participants: Orla Murphy, Valeria Vitale, Paula Granados, Franco Luciani, Charlotte Tupman, Thomas Kollatz, Franziska Weise, Emilia Mataix, Hugh Cayless, Tim Hill.

Notes from the session in May 2016:

  • Ontologies conversation.
  • What ontology are they already using?
  • Look at the Nomisma vocabulary and see what may work or not.
  • The ontology they have so far doesn't cover all the information. Implementation.
  1. Identification of the gaps.
  2. What could we use from Nomisma.
  3. Fill in the gaps from different ontologies
  4. Lawd ontology makes clear the ways that things are related.
  5. Try to build up something flexible and generic.
  6. Epidoc Epigraphic documents in TEI XML

Main categories:


  • Person data
    • Troup name
    • Religion
    • Social status
    • Sex
    • Life span
    • Military service span
    • Occupation
  • Geographic data
    • Location
    • Find spot
    • Provenance
  • Chronological data
  • Support:
    • Place of origin
    • Find spot
    • Where it is now

Valeria's report on the May discussion:

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