Colloque (en ligne) – Seals and Linked Open Data

The Saint Louis University Center for Digital Humanities, in association with Linked Past 6, is hosting a symposium on Seals and Linked Open Data (December 2,3 and 8, 2020). We will consider the future of sigillography by investigating the applications of new technologies, such as machine learning and 3D visualization, and by exploring the ongoing development of large sigillographic datasets for Medieval Europe. Please register here for our synchronous events.

*Please register separately for each panel*

Language: English and French

Organized by: The Center for Digital Humanities, Saint Louis University with Linked Past 6

Programme :

Panel 1: Repositories, Scholars and Seals

December 2nd, 15:00-16:45 (Central European Time)

15:00-15:04John McEwanSaint Louis UniversityWelcome
15:05-15:14Elizabeth NewAberystwyth UniversityOpening Remarks
15:15-15:29Helen GeakePortable Antiquities SchemeFrom archaeology to sigillography: working with the Portable Antiquities Scheme’s dataset
15:30-15:44Martina Bolom-KotariUniversity of Hrdec KárlovéMaking seals accessible in the archives of the Czech Republic
15:45-15:59Amy SampsonThe National Archives, UKSearchable Seals: Improved understanding, access and preservation of seals collections at The National Archives
16:00-16:14Torsten Hiltmann and Philipp SchneiderHumboldt UniversityDetection, Description, Analysis. Towards an integrated approach to heraldic representations on seals using Machine Learning and Semantic Web Technologies

Panel 2: Linking Datasets

December 3rd, 15:00-16:45 (Central European Time)

15:00-15:04Philippa HoskinCambridge UniversityWelcome
15:05-15:19Maria do Rosário MorujãoUniversity of CoimbraSigillvm Portugaliae: an online corpus of seals from Portugal and in Portuguese archives
15:20-15:34Martina Filosa and Alessio SopracasaUniveristy of Cologne and Sorbonne UniversitySigiDoc: an encoding standard for (not only) Byzantine seals
15:35-15:49John McEwanSaint Louis UniversityLinking and digitizing legacy catalogues: the Digisig project
15:50-16:04Markus SpäthJustus-Liebig-Universität GießenUncovering a cosmos of European sealing culture: Digitizing the Beissel cast collection
16:05-16:14Georg VogelerUniversity of GrazThe RDF/SKOS version of the Vocabulaire Internationale de la Sigillographie

Panel 3: Le potentiel des grands ensembles de données pour la sigillographie / The potential of large datasets for sigillography

December 8rd, 15:00-16:45 (Central European Time)

15:00-15:04Maria do Rosário MorujãoUniversity of CoimbraBienvenue/ Welcome
15:05-15:19María Narbona CárcelesUniversity of ZaragozaLe groupe de recherche SIGYDOC, et la base de données SIGILAR (Sigilografía Aragonesa)/ The SIGYDOC research group and the SIGILAR (Sigilografia Aragonesa) database
15:20-15:34Laurent HablotÉcole Pratique des Hautes ÉtudesSIGILLA, la base de données pour les ressources françaises/ SIGILLA, digital database for French resources
15:35-15:49Philippe JacquetSigillographie et la numérisations 3D/ Sigillography and 3D digitization
15:50-16:04Georg VogelerUniversity of GrazSeals in

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