XML text markup for ancient documents
The EpiDoc Collaborative is developing specifications and tools for standards-based, digital publication and interchange of scholarly and educational editions of documentary and literary texts like inscriptions and papyri. The link below will take you to the EpiDoc home page on this site.
Teian is an web-based annotator and limited editor for any XML vocabulary. Teian was originally developed for the U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian, and released as open source for the benefit of community. Its development was further funded by the University of Richmond, USA.
Latin texts from 1513: XML edition and XQueries
A TEI XML edition of a small corpus of Latin texts written in Dalmatian city of Zadar (today in Croatia, then under Venice rule) by two humanist teachers. The edition is accompanied by XQueries designed to discover interesting features of the corpus. Queries can be reproduced with an XML database (BaseX, eXist).
Convert wiki pages to TEI.
Enrich and query corpora in the TEI-XML vocabulary. CorpusReader manage very large corpora and corpora containing milestone annotation. It provides tools for enriching corpora with output of linguistic parsers, and for extracting quantitative information