LiLa: Linking Latin

Building a Knowledge Base of Linguistic Resources for Latin

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LEMLAT 3.0 code released!

We’re really happy to announce that the LEMLAT 3.0 codebase is now public and available under an open licence! We’ve also added a DOI to facilitate citation.

Extract of the IT-TB Latin treebank annotated according to UD standards

New UD conversion of the Index Thomisticus Treebank

On 15th November Universal Dependencies (UD) released version 2.3 of its set of annotated treebanks. Thanks to the work of our very own Flavio M. Cecchini and Marco C. Passarotti, and of our Czech colleague Dan Zeman (Prague), UD now includes a new and improved conversion of the Index Thomisticus Treebank (IT-TB). 🤠

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Encoder/Exploiter/Diffuser – Winter School

Between 9th-11th January 2019 Greta will be teaching at the University of Poitiers, France, at the Digital Humanities doctoral winter school Encoder/Exploiter/Diffuser: Les humanités numériques dans les projets doctoraux. The school is targeted at newcomers to the field and takes a bottom-up approach, as tutorials will be based on the specific needs of the doctoral projects presented by the students.

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International Workshop

Workshop: Text Encoding: Latinists looking for new synergies
Date: 8th-9th November 2018
Location: Liège, Belgium

  • Francesco Mambrini and Greta Franzini. What’s going on in Milan? Resources and Tools for Latin at the CIRCSE Research Centre.

CLiC-it 2018 submissions accepted

Conference: 5th Italian Conference of Computational Linguistics (CLiC-it 2018)
Date: 10th-12th December 2018
Location: Turin, Italy

  • Flavio Massimiliano Cecchini, Marco Passarotti, Marinella Testori, Paolo Ruffolo, Lia Draetta, Martina Fieromonte, Annarita Liano, Costanza Marini and Giovanni Piantanida. Enhancing the Latin Morphological Analyser LEMLAT with a Medieval Latin Glossary.
  • Matteo Pellegrini and Marco Passarotti. Towards an Inflected Lexicon of Latin Verbs.
  • Greta Franzini, Marco Passarotti, Maria Moritz and Marco Büchler. Using and evaluating TRACER for an Index fontium computatus of the Summa contra Gentiles of Thomas Aquinas.