The Stoa Consortium is pleased to announce the publication of "Ancient
Journeys: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Numa Lane," edited by Cathy
Calloway, University of Missouri at Columbia, with assistance from
Pamela A. Draper, Clemson University. The 20 essays in this collection
range widely over Greek and Roman literature, history, and archaeology.
This book has been published only in electronic form. SGML markup,
using the TEI DTD (http://www.tei-c.org), allows the essays to take
advantage of the Stoa's document management system and integrated
reading environment, originally developed by the Perseus Digital Library
(http://www.perseus.tufts.edu -- more information about the software at
http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue25/rydberg-cox/). Structured texts at the
Stoa can already use services from Perseus, in particular the Greek and
Latin language tools. Over the next several months, additional kinds of
interconnections will become available, and "Ancient Journeys" will
automatically be able to use them.
"Ancient Journeys" is at http://www.stoa.org/lane/.
The Stoa welcomes proposals for scholarly projects. We can provide
guidance on structured markup, meta-data, and other relevant standards
and techniques. All Stoa publications are peer reviewed, and all Stoa
publications are freely available to all readers. See
http://www.stoa.org for further information.
Co-Editors, Stoa Consortium