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Interpreting textual artefacts: cognitive insights into expert practices

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Ancient textual artefacts are the substrate of our scholarly knowledge of ancient civilisations. This knowledge is discovered, extracted, and created through the daily practice of interpretation of these ancient documents. The cognitive aspects of this act of knowledge creation are at the core of the research presented in this paper. In order to identify the various cognitive processes that are mobilised to extract meaning from ancient and difficult to read textual artefacts, I have observed ...

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Studies in the Digital Humanities
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Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2012
Chapter number:
21
Publication date:
2014-01-01
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uuid:c1c39da4-fa0d-4644-bc80-1672b89d1d95
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608592
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