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Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams

(2023)
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This dataset is an sqldump from the database (PostgreSQL version 12.5) that is used to power the open access platform https://www.dbbe.ugent.be/. Contents The database consists of 3 schemas: data - contains the actual data logic - contains other information required to run the database (user roles, revision information, feedback information, ...) migration - contains information on the mapping between the previous data platform and the current one The database dump contains the schema and table creation instruction for all 3 schemas, but only contains the data for the data schema. It can be used to create and populate a database that can be used to run the code hosted on https://github.com/GhentCDH/dbbe. Acknowledgements Acknowledgements can be reconstructed by mapping the acknowledgement to the document table using the document_acknowledgement join table. For translations, the source of a translation can be reconstructed by mapping the translation table with one of the bibliography tables (article, book, bookchapter, online_source, blog_post, phd, bib_varia) using the reference join table.
Keywords
byzantine studies, epigram, manuscripts, digital humanities
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CC-BY-4.0
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open access

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@misc{01GTFGJ73J44H8TXV2A2G7MDJ0,
  abstract     = {{This dataset is an sqldump from the database (PostgreSQL version 12.5) that is used to power the open access platform https://www.dbbe.ugent.be/.

Contents
The database consists of 3 schemas:
data - contains the actual data
logic - contains other information required to run the database (user roles, revision information, feedback information, ...)
migration - contains information on the mapping between the previous data platform and the current one
The database dump contains the schema and table creation instruction for all 3 schemas, but only contains the data for the data schema. It can be used to create and populate a database that can be used to run the code hosted on https://github.com/GhentCDH/dbbe. 

Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements can be reconstructed by mapping the acknowledgement to the document table using the document_acknowledgement join table. For translations, the source of a translation can be reconstructed by mapping the translation table with one of the bibliography tables (article, book, bookchapter, online_source, blog_post, phd, bib_varia) using the reference join table.}},
  author       = {{Demoen, Kristoffel and Bentein, Gilbert and Bentein, Klaas and Bernard, Floris and Bértola, Julián and Boeten, Julie and Clement, Mathijs and Cocola, Cristina and Daveloose, Eline and De Groot, Sien and De Potter, Pieterjan and De Vos, Ilse and Kubina, Krystina and Lauwers, Hanne and Lemay, Paulien and Meesters, Renaat and Morbé, Marjolein and Nachtergaele, Delphine and Nemegeer, Marthe and Nielandt, Joachim and Ojala, Mace and Pechillon, Lisa-Lou and Praet, Raf and Ricceri, Rachele and Rouckhout, Anne-Sophie and Schepens, Jeroen and Schollaert, Febe and Shadrin, Lev and Sietis, Nina and Skrekas, Dimitrios and Swaelens, Colin and Tomadaki, Maria and Van den Brande, Sarah-Helena and Van Nieuwerburgh, Merel and Van Olmen, Lotte and Vanhoe, Noor and Vanhoutte, Nina}},
  keywords     = {{byzantine studies,epigram,manuscripts,digital humanities}},
  publisher    = {{Zenodo}},
  title        = {{Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams}},
  url          = {{http://doi.org/10.5281/ZENODO.7682523}},
  year         = {{2023}},
}

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