Great Scot! There is a “database of all known people of Scotland between 1093 and 1314 mentioned in over 8600 contemporary documents.” And there is a live stream digital history seminar about it on May 14th!
The next IHR live stream will take place at 5.15pm on 14 May 2013 with the Digital History seminar. Details below:Digital History seminar Matthew Hammond The People of Medieval Scotland database: structure, prosopography and network visualisation
This is a seminar about a prosopographical database, ‘The People of Medieval Scotland, 1093-1314’, which has been in production since 2007, and which has been freely available online since the summer of 2010. Since the relaunch of the database last year, we have had over 40,000 unique visitors from across the globe. Now nearing completion, the database contains records on over 20,000 individuals, drawn from over 8500 medieval, mostly Latin documents. The paper will examine some of the PoMS project’s technical innovations as well as the new directions we hope to take in the coming years.
The seminar will take you behind the scenes of the public website to see how…
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