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First and foremost I would like to thank the Wellcome Trust for funding this project and the Department of History at Royal Holloway University of London for hosting it. Thomas Smith transcribed the ''clavis'' with accuracy and undeterred by the many esoteric abbreviations. Carsten Lergenmüller, Hannes Pahlke and Arthur Zimek advised on the technical framework. Dagmar Schweinfurth proof read the English elements of this website. Caroline Buckley designed the logo. The Wellcome Library provided excellent high resolution scans. Last but not least I would like to extend my thanks to Suda Online [[http://www.stoa.org/sol]] which inspired me to set up this project.
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First and foremost I would like to thank the Wellcome Trust for funding this project and the Department of History at Royal Holloway University of London for hosting it. Thomas Smith transcribed the ''clavis'' with accuracy and undeterred by the many esoteric abbreviations. Carsten Lergenmüller, Hannes Pahlke and Arthur Zimek advised on the technical framework, and Thomas Buck performed an upgrade. Dagmar Schweinfurth proof read the English elements of this website. Caroline Buckley designed the logo. The Wellcome Library provided excellent high resolution scans. Last but not least I would like to extend my thanks to Suda Online [[http://www.stoa.org/sol]] which inspired me to set up this project.

Revision as of 14:55, 30 July 2015

First and foremost I would like to thank the Wellcome Trust for funding this project and the Department of History at Royal Holloway University of London for hosting it. Thomas Smith transcribed the clavis with accuracy and undeterred by the many esoteric abbreviations. Carsten Lergenmüller, Hannes Pahlke and Arthur Zimek advised on the technical framework, and Thomas Buck performed an upgrade. Dagmar Schweinfurth proof read the English elements of this website. Caroline Buckley designed the logo. The Wellcome Library provided excellent high resolution scans. Last but not least I would like to extend my thanks to Suda Online [[1]] which inspired me to set up this project.