This may interest some people: current state of linked open data within
classics/classical archaeology. These papers are from the NEH-funded Linked
Ancient World Data Institute, held at the Institute for the Study of the
Ancient World at NYU in 2012 and Drew University in 2013.
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From: Sebastian Heath <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 6:58 PM
Subject: [LAWDI] ISAW Papers 7 available
To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
ISAW Papers 7 is available at
An important note: There is an update pending. The NYU library will
get to that very shortly so please don't worry if the latest edits you
sent me aren't visible at this moment. I think I'm completely caught
That link had started to circulate - I bear some responsibility for
that - and we've received queries as to the work's status, along with
positive responses. So let's call it "available" and tweet, cite, use,
etc. the content. That seems the LAWDI way.
Second point: VIAF are IDs are still making their way through "the
system". I'll update as they become live.
Many thanks to you all, and to repeat, tweeting, citing, linking from
academia.edu or similar are all highly encouraged.
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