The William Blake Archive

Source: The William Blake Archive A Project. created through the Digital Humanities Discipline. Poetry, Prose and Art as it should be viewed.  Copper plates and pens, dance intimately over illuminated Romanticism flowing spontaneously in intertwined etchings washed and woven watercolour framed  :  )

“Raiders of the Lost Corpus” by Caroline T. Schroeder

Coptic represents the last phase of the Egyptian language and is pivotal for a wide range of disciplines, such as linguistics, biblical studies, the history of Christianity, Egyptology, and ancient history. It was also essential for “cracking the code” of the Egyptian hieroglyphs. Although digital humanities has been hailed as distinctly interdisciplinary, enabling new forms… Continue reading “Raiders of the Lost Corpus” by Caroline T. Schroeder