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README.md

Dante Divine Commedy Philogeny

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Original transcript created by the Commedia Project 1998-2010, with funding from The British Academy, The Arts and Humanities Research Council, The Modern Humanities Research Association and the Rockefeller Foundation, by Prue Shaw (Editor), Jennifer Marshall (Research Assistant) and Peter Robinson (Edition Realization; Project Management), © Prue Shaw. This transcript is licensed under the Creative Commons ‘Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0’ licence.

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This repository includes data (manuscript transcriptions and/or data derived from the transcriptions) from Dante Alighieri Commedia, A Digital Edition, Prue Shaw (ed.), 2010. As stated in the work Copyright Statements for Images, Transcripts and Editorial Matter page,

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