Understanding Image Based Evidence

On Tuesday I participated in an excellent workshop, Understanding Image Based Evidence, as part of the eScience and Ancient Documents project at the University of Oxford. We looked at issues of fidelity of digital images, and how image based evidence is used for reasoning, particularly in papyrology and palaeography.

Couldn’t be there? Well, my PhD student, Alejandro Giacometti, took some pretty good notes

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