Dear Marion,

not sure what you mean by digital manuscript edition, but I'll try a guess.

If you are interested in digital facsimile, a very good list can be 
found here:  (Online 
Facsimile section)

If you are interested on editions of manuscripts with transcriptions 
then here is a short list of what pop up in my mind:

    * Anglo Saxon Charters
    * Archimedes Palimpsest
    * The Auchinleck Manuscript. David Burnley and Alison Wiggins, eds.
    * Le Cartulaire blanc de Saint-Denis  [French only]
    * De Casu Ci?aris Dutis Regis Iabin
    * Codex Sinaiticus
    * Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music
    * Henry III Fine Rolls
    * Language of Landscape
    * Medieval Islamic Views of the Cosmos: the Book of Curiosities
    * St Gall Monastery Plan
    * Histoire et archéologie des mondes chrétiens et 
musulmans médiévaux, CNRS Lyon [French and 
Latin only]
    * Skaldic Project [Includes 
low-quality images and detailed statements of editorial principle]

I'm sure there are many others that those I quote, but before I add more 
it is perhaps better if you give us some more details on which quind of 
editions you are mostly interested.


M L wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> sorry for cross posting on other lists,
> Does anybody have a list a few projects (+ links) of digital 
> manuscripts edition that are working with TEI (or adapted TEI) please?
> Best regards,
> -- 
> Marion Lamé
> Doctorante
> Università di Bologna, Dipartimento di Storia Antica, +39 051 209 8387
> Université de Provence (Aix-Marseille 1).
> Carnet de recherche «Épigraphie en réseau»:
> (plateforme «Hypothèse» du CLEO, CNRS, 
> Marseille)
> Page web du Centre Camille Julllian
> Page web sur Digital Clacissist

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