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    Filling the Grid? More Evidence for the <t’a> Syllabogram

    Research Note 4

    This epigraphic note reviews David Stuart’s proposal for a t’a syllabogram and enriches the evidence for his reading by providing more examples...
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    Of Codes, Glyphs and Kings

    Conference Presentation

    The project will deliver a presentation at the DiXiT conference "Digital Scholarly Editing: Theory, Practice, Methods" to be held at the University of...
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    Annual Report for 2015

    Project Report 3

    The only partially deciphered Maya hieroglyphic script and language constitute the primary focus of this research project, which has been carried out...
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    The Logogram JALAM

    Research Note 3

    Several logographic signs in Maya hieroglyphic writing resist decipherment because they occur only in a few and semantically very limited contexts. One...
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    Project Overview

    In 2014, the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts (Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und Künste) in Düsseldorf established the Interdisciplinary Dictionary...
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    Documentation Overview

    In addition to recording the actual textual information, the project is also documenting further parameters for structuring the corpus database as part of its...
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    Project Publications

    A printed dictionary will be edited and published at the conclusion of the project. Over the course of the project, current versions of a...
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    Our Team

    Directed by Prof. Dr. Nikolai Grube, the project's core team in Bonn consists of Dr. Christian Prager, Elisabeth Wagner M.A. and Dr. Sven...
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    Maya Writing

    The Maya are one of the five cultures worldwide to have independently developed a writing system. In comparison with the other writing and notational...
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