Report: What Have the Romans Ever Mapped for Us? Results from the Latin Geographic Tradition

Having recently completed our first content workpackage (CWP1), dedicated to Early Geospatial Documents from the Latin Tradition, we’d like to take this opportunity to share the annotation data that we’ve compiled so far. Overall we have completed annotating place references in 33 documents (41 if we include additional language versions of the same document). Within these documents, we’ve identified 19,880 toponyms, and were able to establish mappings to Pleiades in 15,721 cases (79%).

Source: Report: What Have the Romans Ever Mapped for Us? Results from the Latin Geographic Tradition