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Medieval manuscripts blog

05 February 2010

Welcome to the Digitised Manuscripts Blog

I created this blog in order to make it possible for all those interested to stay in touch with exciting manuscripts digitisation projects at The British Library, such as the Greek Manuscripts Digitisation Project, and to share our thoughts on all things related to digitised manuscripts. I hope to blog not only on the progress of our projects but also on more general topics associated with generating digital images of manuscripts, making them available to researchers, and pursuing old and new means of researching digital surrogates of ancient manuscripts.

I will also be joined from time to time by some of my colleagues – conservators, curators, imaging technicians, systems developers, researchers and others – who will guestblog on their experience with digitised manuscripts.

I hope you find the blog interesting and take advantage of the comments feature to let me know what you think.

Juan Garcés
Project Manager,
Greek Manuscripts Digitisation Projects

Comments

I wanted to let you know about an early modern digitisation project for the single most important manuscript archive on theatre history in Shakespeare's age.

http://www.henslowe-alleyn.org.uk/index.html

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