G. Kaibel: Athenaei Naucratitae Dipnosophistarum libri 15
Catalog of Authors and Works
The Catalog of the Digital Athenaeus project is populated with forms deriving from the linguistic extraction and annotation of expressions about names of authors and works in the Greek text of the Deipnosophists (ed. Kaibel). The tool is complementary to the Named Entities Digger and the Named Entities Concordance.
This is the first version of the Catalog, which is complete, based on semi-automatic methods, and linked to external resources. Results are currently analyzed for further disambiguation, NE relation, and coreference resolution. Forthcoming versions of the catalog will allow to search Greek forms and will be enriched with data from other sources to be part of a text-based catalog of ancient Greek authors and works that will be made accessible in the Linked Ancient Greek and Latin (LAGL) project. For more information, see the bibliography of the Digital Athenaeus project.
- Author name: author name in the Latinized form according to the TLG Canon and the Perseus Catalog (e.g., Xenophon).
- Author CTS URN: author CTS URN according to the Perseus Catalog (e.g., urn:cts:greekLit:tlg0032). Authors not yet in the TLG Canon and in the Perseus Catalog have been assigned new numbers with the prefix ath instead of tlg (e.g., Aeschylides: urn:cts:greekLit:ath0008).
- Author name: author name in the Latinized form with the corresponding Wikidata entry (if available).
- Author generic epithet (only for authors collected in the TLG Canon): TLG author generic epithet(s) to indicate the kind of literary activity or genre of the searched author.
- Author geographic epithet (only for authors collected in the TLG Canon): TLG geographic epithet(s) to indicate the author’s place of floruit or main place of residence. The epithet is accompanied by the relevant place name with link to the corresponding Pleiades entry (f available).
- Works: list of works of the searched author with CTS URNs and corresponding Wikidata entries (if available). The text of the Deipnosophists includes also citations of authors without references to their works.
- Passages: list of the relevant passages of the Deipnosophists in ancient Greek with annotations of forms corresponding to author names and work titles. By hovering the mouse over the annotations it is possible to visualize author names and work titles with corresponding forms in Latin and CTS URNs. Red annotations: forms corresponding to the searched author; Orange annotations: forms corresponding to the works of the searched author; Blue annotations: forms corresponding to other authors in the resulting passage; Green annotations: forms corresponding to works of other authors in the resulting passage. The + symbol highlights (1) forms corresponding to author names in work titles (e.g., the name Timaeus in the Response to Timaeus by Polemon at Deipn. 3.22) and (2) works attributed to two or more authors (e.g., the Symposion which refers to the work of both Xenophon and Plato at Deipn. 1.42).
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