The Archaeology of the Mind Lab
The Archaeology of the Mind Lab studies how different cultures, past and present, organize knowledge about the world.
Mindmapping of ancient cultures
A classifier network of Sumerian, based on the ePSD2 database.
Selz, Gebhard. 2021. “Appositive semantic classification in Sumerian Cuneiform and the implementation of iClassifier.” Ash-sharq: Bulletin of the Ancient Near East 6, 142–171.
Blue lines link classifiers and lemmas (=words) they occur with.
Red lines link classifiers that co-occur with a host lemma.
A classifier network of dissemblance graphémique in the Old Kingdom
Created by Dr. Simon Thuault in iClassifier
A classifier network of lexical borrowings from Semitic in New Kingdom texts
By iClassifier (@ Goldwasser; Harel, Nikolaev).
Supported by ISF grant 735/17,
"Classifying the Other,"
PI Prof. Orly Goldwasser,
IT Dr. Dmitry Nikolaev,
data collected by Haleli Harel.
To appear in:
Harel, Haleli, Orly Goldwasser and Dmitry Nikolaev. In press. ‘Mapping the ancient Egyptian mind: Introducing iClassifier, a new platform for systematic analysis of classifiers in Egyptian and beyond.’ In Ancient Egypt and New Technology: The Present and Future of Computer Visualization, Virtual Reality and other Digital Humanities in Egyptology. Edited by J. A. Roberson, R. Lucarelli and S. Vinson. Leiden: Brill.
And in Harel, Haleli. Forthcoming. A Network of Lexical Borrowings in Egyptian Texts of the New Kingdom: Organizing Knowledge according to the Classifier System. Doctoral dissertation. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
A macro map of classifier categories of lexical borrowings in Egyptian texts of the New Kingdom.