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The Ethnonym of the Vlachs in the Written Sources and the Toponymy in the Historical Region of Macedonia (11th-16th Cent.) More Information
The present demo version is the result of a scholarly project, which was submitted by the digital cluster project “Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP)” at the Institute for Medieval Research (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna) and the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje (Faculty of Philosophy, Institute for History). It focuses on the interplay between the resident population and the nomads (i.e. the Vlachs) in the historical region of Macedonia from the 11th to the 16th centuries.
This region at the crossroads of Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism and Islam and the question of the origin of the Vlachs, who identify themselves as a separate ethnic group until modern times, as well as the ethnonym "Vlachs" and its derivatives in the form of toponyms and personal names are at the core of the joint research. Hereby, historical and archaeological research is combined with Digital Humanities.
The project, which was successfully submitted by the project coordinators Doz. Dr. Mihailo Popović and Prof. Dr. Toni Filiposki, is funded by the Centre for International Cooperation & Mobility (ICM) of the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD-GmbH) for two years (2016-18) and forms an additional case study within DPP.
Toni Filiposki (project leader / Skopje), Boban Petrovski (Skopje), Nikola Minov (Skopje), Vladimir Kuhar (Skopje), Boban Gjorgjievski (Skopje)
Mihailo Popović (project leader / Vienna), Jelena Nikić (Vienna), David Schmid (Vienna)
OpenAtlas is a database application that enables you to manage complex historical, archeological and geospatial data.
OpenAtlas is Open Source and available on GitHub. It uses open source technology like Apache, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, Python 3, Flask and Leaflet.
The data model is based on classes and properties of the CIDOC CRM which is an internationally established standard for historical documentation.
Stefan Eichert - Idea, concept and data modelling
Alexander Watzinger - Lead developer and concept
Bernhard Koschicek - Software development
Christoph Hoffmann - Frontend development
Veronika Gründhammer - Project administration
Jan Belik - Logo design and design consulting
Nina Brundke - Bioarchaeological expertise
These people supported us in many ways, our thanks goes to all of them.