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20 I: Flavia Ruani (CNRS), Jimmy Daccache (Yale) & Simon Brelaud (UCB): E-Twoto: Digital Paleography of Syriac Inscriptions

Abstract
We will present the project ‘E-Twoto: Digital Paleography of Syriac Inscriptions’ which has just been launched thanks to the funding of PSL-Scripta, ParisThis digital tool is innovative and entirely new in terms of Syriac epigraphic paleography and could be very useful in establishing future connections with other epigraphic corpora from the Christian East.
We will introduce the technical functionalities of this digital tool, its values regarding paleography, and the potential historical research that it may generate. The study focuses for the time being on the inscriptions from Turkey and  we will present some of them as case studies.