Get extended metadata about graphemes! One highlight is the link to other Egyptological projects and databases such as Thot Sign List and DPDP. Furthermore, the inclusion of grapheme numbers from printed palaeographies makes it easier to find information while searching in both analog and digital sources. Clearly visible information on software versions and databases guarantee additional transparency.
The conference Ägyptologische „Binsen“-Weisheiten V is dedicated to the topic of forms, developments and interdependencies in the hieroglyphic-hieratic writing system. The conference will take place from 11 to 13 April 2024 at the Mainz Academy. Deadline for the call for papers: 30 Sept 2023
The fourth conference volume of the series Ägyptologische „Binsen“-Weisheiten on the topic „Hieratic of the New Kingdom: Actors, Forms and Functions“ is now available online with open access. The individual contributions are also available separately.
The volume „Schöne Denkmäler sind entstanden. Studien zu Ehren von Ursula Verhoeven“ brings together 34 contributions by Egyptological colleagues of Ursula Verhoeven and her university students and reflects the thematic and methodological breadth of the Egyptologist's research interests.
The Duden definition makes it clear that the term facsimile is used to describe a wide range of reproductions of an object. Facsimiles are made of pictures (paintings), codices, and books, as well as other, three-dimensional objects.
Artificial intelligence has now found its way into our lives and everyday life. Often unnoticed by us, so-called artificial neural networks give us suggestions about which movie we might like next on the streaming platform, find similar pictures on the web or recommend people to us on social networks.