Thanks very much for this. It looks like ITSEE and INTF have done a really good job on the transcriptions.
In other news, Arthur Verhoogt has announced this:
"Now available in the Itunes App store, downloadable for free:
The 30 Michigan leaves of the Epistles of Paul at your fingertips."
--- In email@example.com, "hughhoughton" <H.A.G.Houghton@...> wrote:
> Dear Tim,
> You will find some transcriptions (mostly papyri) in the Birmingham Institutional Repository:
> http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/ (and search for "transcription" in title)
> They are also listed at:
> http://www.igntp.org/ on the 'Transcriptions' page on the left bar.
> They use a slightly earlier version of the XML specifications: we hope to update all the repository transcriptions to the current specifications (http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/1656/) in the next couple of months.
> Best wishes,
> Hugh Houghton
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "yennifmit" <tfinney@> wrote:
> > Dear Hugh,
> > Are there other XML transcriptions of NT MSS which have been done using the same method (i.e. same set of conventions relating to TEI)? I would like to use try writing some experimental collation software for such transcriptions using XQuery.
> > Best,
> > Tim Finney