Texts, Languages & Information Technology in Egyptology
Selected papers from the meeting of the Computer Working Group of the International Association of Egyptologists (Informatique & Égyptologie), Liège, 6-8 July 2010
par Stéphane POLIS et Jean WINAND with the collaboration of Todd GILLEN
Présentation du volume
This volume represents the outcome of the meeting of the Computer Working Group of the International Association of Egyptologists (Informatique & Égyptologie) held in Liège in 2010 (6-8 July) under the auspices of the Ramses Project. The papers are based on presentations given during this meeting and have been selected in order to cover three main thematic areas of research at the intersection of Egyptology and Information Technology: (1) the construction, management and use of Ancient Egyptian annotated corpora; (2) the problems linked to hieroglyphic encoding; (3) the development of databases in the fields of art history, philology and
Two general trends characterize the projects laid out here: the desire for online accessibility made
Notice des auteurs
Stéphane POLIS is Research Associate at the National Fund for Scientific Research (Belgium). His fields of research are Ancient Egyptian linguistics and Late Egyptian philology and grammar. His work focuses on language variation and language change in Ancient Egyptian, with a special interest for the functional domain of modality. He supervises the development of the Ramses Project at the University of Liège with Jean Winand.
Jean WINAND is professor ordinarius at the University of Liège, and currently Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters. He specializes in texts and languages of ancient Egypt. His major publications include Études de néo-égyptien. La morphologie verbale (1992); Grammaire raisonnée de l’Égyptien classique (1999, with Michel Malaise); Temps et Aspect en égyptien. Une approche sémantique (2006). He launched the Ramses Project in 2006, which he supervises with Stéphane Polis.
ISBN : 978-2-87562-016-3
Année de publication : 2013
Prix : 45.00€ HTVA
Pages : 183
Disciplines : Collections thématiques, Ægyptiaca Leodiensia, Tout le catalogue