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InscriptiFact: Internet Access to High-Resolution Images of Ancient Inscriptions and Artifacts from the Near Eastern and Mediterranean Worlds

Bruce Zuckerman, Marilyn Lundberg and Leta Hunt
Near Eastern Archaeology
Vol. 77, No. 3, Special Issue: Cyber-Archaeology (September 2014), pp. 238-242
DOI: 10.5615/neareastarch.77.3.0238
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5615/neareastarch.77.3.0238
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InscriptiFact: 
    Internet Access to High-Resolution Images of Ancient Inscriptions and Artifacts from the Near Eastern and Mediterranean Worlds
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Abstract

InscriptiFact is a specialized database application designed to provide Internet access for researchers to a broad range of image data and associated metadata with the focus on ancient inscriptions and artifacts from the Near East and Mediterranean. It is especially intended to serve as a permanent image resource to aid researchers in the reclamation of ancient works by giving them intuitive access to images that take full advantage of current (and future) technologies.

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