Adding value to ancient Greek pottery data: presenting project Lekythos

10. January 2021

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Ιn her talk, Dr. Maria Papadopoulou will present Lekythos. Named after the namesake ancient Greek clay vessels for oil, Lekythos aims to: first, represent knowledge in the domain of ancient Greek pottery by building a model of ancient Greek pottery concepts. Second, publish these concepts in the form of a multilingual knowledge graph (ontology). Third, publish an openly accessible electronic dictionary of the English, French, and Greek terms denoting these concepts. She will discuss how Lekythos was built with Tedi, a software platform for building multilingual knowledge graphs.

 

  • 21.01.2021, 16h15

 

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