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TITLE
DYAS HUMANITIES THESAURUS
SUBJECT
Anthropology and Ethnography
Art and History of Arts
Byzantine Archaeology
Classical Archaeology
Classical Studies
Epigraphy
History and Philosophy of Sciences
Linguistics
Literary Studies
Modern and Contemporary History
Musicology
Numismatics
Prehistoric Archaeology
Theatre Studies
DESCRIPTION
The Thesaurus is the intellectual property of the Academy of Athens (AA), the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (UOA) and the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA). It was created as a collaborative effort and was created during the course of the project DARIAH GR Developing a Greek Research Infrastructure for Arts and Humanities (2013-2015) and of the project APOLLONIS Greek Infrastructure for Humanities, Arts and Language Research and Innovation (2017-2020). It is maintained by the Academy of Athens . It is the outcome of an attempt to create a multilingual structured thesaurus of use to humanities scholars. It is a specialist thesaurus based on the principles, methodology and hierarchies of the BBT.
CREATOR
Chatzi Maria (ASFA)
Chatzimichail Christos (AA)
Chrysovitsanos Gerasimos (AA)
Daskalothanasis Nikos (ASFA)
Dimakopoulou Christina (ASFA)
Drapelova Pavla (UOA)
Falierou Anastasia (AA)
Gardika Katerina (UOA)
Georgopoulos Theodoros (UOA)
Goulis Helen (AA)
Iakovidou Athina (AA)
Kalafata Patritsia (AA)
Karasimos Athanasios (AA)
Katakis Stelios (UOA)
Katsiadakis Helen (AA)
Konstantellou Dora (UOA)
Mergoupi-Savaidou Eirini (AA)
Papadopoulou Georgia (UOA)
Sichani Anna-Maria (AA)
Sinou Christina (AA)
Souyioultzoglou Iraklitos (AA)
Terzis Christos (AA)
Theodoridou Dimitra (UOA)
Tzedopoulos Giorgos (AA)
Xiropaidis Georgios (ASFA)
LANGUAGE
English
Greek
VERSION
2.1
CREATED
2015-09-17
FORMAT
application/rdf+xml
application/x-turtle
DATE ISSUED
2020-03-29
LAST MODIFIED
2020-03-30
RIGHTS
TYPE
URI https://humanitiesthesaurus.academyofathens.gr

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