Hugh Cayless

Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing (DC3)
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Josh Sosin, Ryan Baumann, Hugh Cayless

“The Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing, the DC3, is a no-nonsense, interdisciplinary, results-oriented research group devoted to the creation and care of standards, services, and tooling for digital classics and beyond. We aim to be flexible, durable, and to leverage the strengths of our many partnerships so as to be a collection of parts flying in loose formation. Like the plane.”

two projects

  • ( — ancient documents on papyrus, etc.
  • Integrating Digital Epigraphies (IDEs) — ancient documents inscribed on stone, etc.


  • Robert, L., Études Épigraphiques et Philologiques, Bibl.Éc. des Hautes Études 272, París 1938. — dataset 1
  • Robert, Louis. Études épigraphiques et philologiques. «Bibliothèque de l'École des Hautes Études, IVe section, sciences historiques et philologiques», 272. Paris 1938. — dataset 2
  • Possible rule: To find the author, look for "word, word" at the beginning of the entry.


Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies (Durham, NC).

Oops. "Roman Greek" is not an author.


  • Subject, Predicate, Object
  • A cites B
    @prefix cito: <>
          cito:cites <;1;5/work> .
  • i.e. Dieter Hagedorn, "Bemerkungen zu Urkunden", ZPE 142 (2003), pp. 143-146 cites the document published as P.Wisc. I 5.
  • But, who says? Where did this information come from?