Digital philology has produced a wide range of new methods and formats for editing and analyzing medieval texts. In this article, some features and requirements for a digital corpus of critical texts are proposed and discussed in order to realize the heuristic, explorative, and interpretative potential of integrated historical texts from the classicist and postclassicist tradition of Greek and Latin works.

Digital corpora and scholarly editions of Latin texts: Features and requirements of textual criticism

Fischer, Franz
2017

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Digital philology has produced a wide range of new methods and formats for editing and analyzing medieval texts. In this article, some features and requirements for a digital corpus of critical texts are proposed and discussed in order to realize the heuristic, explorative, and interpretative potential of integrated historical texts from the classicist and postclassicist tradition of Greek and Latin works.
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