Discovering Novelty Patterns from the Ancient Christian Inscriptions of Rome

@article{Pio2014DiscoveringNP,
  title={Discovering Novelty Patterns from the Ancient Christian Inscriptions of Rome},
  author={Gianvito Pio and Fabio Fumarola and Antonio E. Felle and Donato Malerba and Michelangelo Ceci},
  journal={JOCCH},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={22:1-22:21}
}
Studying Greek and Latin cultural heritage has always been considered essential to the understanding of important aspects of the roots of current European societies. However, only a small fraction of the total production of texts from ancient Greece and Rome has survived up to the present, leaving many gaps in the historiographic records. Epigraphy, which is the study of inscriptions (epigraphs), helps to fill these gaps. In particular, the goal of epigraphy is to clarify the meanings of… CONTINUE READING
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