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info The interdisciplinary Madra River Delta Project was carried out under the direction of Kyriacos Lambrianides and Nigel Spencer from 1994–97, and provided numerous prehistoric finds from surface surveys and exploratory excavations. The prehistoric material culture assemblage from the project has been prepared for publication by Barbara Horejs and Maria Röcklinger as part of a joint publication project with the project directors.
The close proximity of the region to the countryside of Pergamon, investigated since 2008 (see the project Survey of the prehistoric surroundings of Pergamon https://www.oeaw.ac.at/en/oeai/research/prehistory-wana-archaeology/prehistoric-phenomena/survey-of-the-prehistoric-surroundings-of-pergamon), allows a direct comparative analysis of micro-regional characteristics that will contribute to a new definition of the region between the so-called cultural horizons of Troy, Yortan and the Bay of İzmir in the Early Bronze Age. Typological frameworks for the finds in the Madra River Delta, contextualised within the broader cultural context, have been developed in our study based on the documentation of the survey and excavations of the Delta sites of Yeldeğirmentepe and Hüyücektepe.
In 2016 a Madra River Delta Project workshop with N. Spencer was organized in Vienna. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the final publication of the project, which is being published in the Annual of the British School at Athens volume 116, 2021. We would like to express our sincere thanks to a generous grant from The Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) who supported our publication preparation work and the development of this online archive.
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today Available Date: 01 Jun 2013
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info The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austria Press Agency (APA).
Thanks to the efforts of APA, the AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases). The texts in the AMC are lemmatized and tagged with part-of-speech labels. The corpus can be accessed via a corpus search engine (SketchEngine) on the premises of the institute. Versioning in the collection: Identical major version numbers (e.g. 2.x) indicate, that these versions have been processed using the very same tools and parameters. Increasing minor version numbers (e.g. 2.1, 2.2 ...) indicate the addition of new data. I.e. with increasing version numbers the corpora are monotonically growing.
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today Available Date: 08 May 2021
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info Die Tagebucheinträge von Arthur Schnitzler kodiert in XML/TEI, ergänzt um ein Personen- sowie Ortsregister.
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today Available Date: 23 Apr 2021
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info Die vorliegende Sammlung umfasst XML/TEI kodierte Transkripte des "Darlehensbuch Satzbuch CD". Diese Daten wurden von einem vierköpfigen Team unter der Leitung von Thomas Ertl (Universität Wien/FU Berlin) generiert. Patrick Fiska, Richard Weinbergmair und Korbinian Gründwald besorgten die Texterstellung, wobei sie von Herwig Weigl mit Rat und Hilfe in editorischen Fragen unterstützt wurden. Peter Andorfer betreute und gestaltete die online-Edition. Die Umsetzung der Arbeiten erfolgte in Kooperation mit dem Institut für Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte der Universität Wien, dem Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH) der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften sowie dem Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut der Freien Universität Berlin. Ermöglicht wurde die Edition durch finanzielle Unterstützung der Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien (MA7). Die technische Umsetzung erfolgte im Rahmen des KONDE Projektes.
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today Available Date: 03 Mar 2020
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info The Digital Ilse Aichinger List of Literature (`dial`) aims at bibliographically listing as many published texts as possible by Ilse Aichinger (1921–2016). A complete bibliography has not yet been provided. Holdings of various archives and catalogs were searched (see section `Research sources` in readme_english.md), above all from the Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach (`DLA`), who also funded the project within the framework of the Forschungsverbund MWW with a fellowship. The `dial` thus comprises 1932 entries at the moment, 665 of which are to be understood as original publications and thus as work entities (as of February 2020).
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today Available Date: 13 Nov 2020
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info The aim of this project was the digitisation of historical language and dialect maps of the (Central) European area from 1924-1956 and the collection of historical information on these maps in a database. The historical data form the basis for a critical examination of the maps, i.e. for a historical contextualisation. Thus, the database contains information on the authors or draughtsmen of the maps, the institutional background of their creation, the year of origin of the maps, the publisher who published them. Both the scans of the maps and the data mentioned are thus accessible in the form of a digital visualisation.
The Project Austrian Dialect Cartography 1924-1956. Digitisation, contextualisation, visualisation is a cooperative project of the "Wörterbuch der bairischen Mundndarten in Österreich" (WBÖ) of the department "Variation und Wandel des Deutschen in Österreich" (VaWADiÖ) of the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH) at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and a satellite project of the special research area "Deutsch in Österreich" (DiÖ) of the Universities of Vienna, Graz and Salzburg and the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
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today Available Date: 05 May 2013
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info Dictionary Gate is a growing collection of specialized, experimental, yet fully functional lexical resources developed at ACDH-OeAW over the past few years. Most of the dictionaries are continuously being worked on both in terms of contents and the interfaces.
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today Available Date: 26 Jul 2021
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info „Die große Transformation“ versammelt relevante Quellen aus unterschiedlichen Archiven zu Fragen der Reform der Bundes- und Wiener Gemeindeverwaltung in der unmittelbaren Nachkriegszeit 1918 bis 1920. Der in dieser Datensammlung edierte Quellenkorpus umfasst folgende Bestände:
* Verhandlungsschriften (Komitee Staatsangestellte)
* Enquete (Zielrichtung mehr Mitbestimmung, Personalvertretung)
* Relevante Akten Staatsrat und Kabinettsrat
* Relevante Gesetze (Staatsgesetzblatt)
* Zeitungen, Zeitschriften
* Akten der Allgemeinen Registratur der Magistratsdirektion, Wiener Stadt- und Landesarchiv
* Gemeinderats- und Stadtratsprotokolle wie in den Amtsblättern der Stadt Wien veröffentlicht
* Akten des Parteiarchivs vor 1934 der SDAP, Verein der Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung in Wien (VGA)
* Tagblattarchiv zum Stichwort Beamte, Wienbibliothek
* ÖGB-Archiv, Material zu Beamtenorganisationen
„Die große Transformation“ erlaubt erstmals einen Blick in komparativer Perspektive auf die Zusammenhänge in der Transformation der beiden Verwaltungsebenen durch die Republiksgründung. Die aus den Quellen erstellten Datensätze wurden beschlagwortet und die in ihnen erwähnten Personen, Institutionen und Orte erfasst.
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today Available Date: 12 Mar 2021
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info Die Korrespondenz von Leo von Thun-Hohenstein kodiert in XML/TEI, ergänzt um ein Personen-, Organisations- sowie Ortsregister.
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today Available Date: 03 Feb 2021
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info DAACDA contains interconnected data on U.S. and British planes and air crews downed over today’s Austria and Hungary between 1939 and 1945. Information on each crashed plane as well as on the related air crew is stored in XML/TEI-format. The data sets for each aircraft and crew are grouped according to the respective military units, the so-called "squadrons", and assigned to corresponding locations (crash, apprehension, place of death, imprisonment).
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