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Trismegistos People

Currently 525472 attestations of people/names, corresponding to 373349 individuals and 35335 names.

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Trismegistos People currently only deals with names and people attested in Egypt. Also, this is a preliminary version with limited coverage of Trismegistos Texts. For a full account of this version and how it works, click here.
To search for names (in any spelling or alphabet, including Greek or Egyptian), click here.
To search for individuals (using standard transliteration of the name), click here.
To search for attestations of names and people (using the actually attested name), click here.

Trismegistos People is not yet a prosopography, but is exploring ways towards it with these partners:
  1. The Center for the Tebtunis Papyri (CTP) is working on a Tebtunis prosopography starting from Trismegistos People records.
  2. TM People is a partner in Standards for Networking Ancient Prosopographies (SNAP), a project exploring how to link prosopographies in a digital environment.
This database of people mentioned in Trismegistos texts has been compiled by the KU Leuven Projects:
  1. Creating Identities in Graeco-Roman Egypt [CIGRE] (OT K.U.Leuven)
  2. Egyptian Names from the Late Pharaonic until the Roman Period (FWO project)
  3. An interdisciplinary database of proper names in late pharaonic, Graeco-Roman and Byzantine Egypt (Hercules Foundation)
  4. Names and Identities in Christian Egypt (OT Fellowship)
  5. Towards a Universal Facebook of the Ancient World (FWO research grant)
Continuing the work done by earlier projects:
  1. Prosopographia Ptolemaica [ProsPtol] (K.U.Leuven)
  2. Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in Graeco-Roman Egypt [MaMiGRE] (Universität zu Köln, Germany)

General coordination:Y. Broux, M. Depauw
Database structure (Filemaker 12-17):M. Depauw, T. Gheldof
Database structure (Filemaker 7-11):B. Van Beek, M. Depauw, J. Clarysse, W. Clarysse
Online version (PHP & MySQL):B. Van Beek, J. Clarysse, M. Depauw, T. Gheldof
Coordination CIGRE:M. Depauw, W. Clarysse, K. Vandorpe
Data processing (Duke): Y. Broux, M. Depauw, W. Clarysse, H. Verreth, S. Coussement, T. Gheldof, G. Jennes, B. Van Beek
Data processing (Coptic): A. Delattre, W. Clarysse, M. Depauw, B. Van Beek
Data processing (Demotic): G. Jennes, S. Coussement, B. Van Puyvelde, G. Long, A. Van der Perre, M. Depauw, K. Vandorpe
Data processing (Greek inscriptions): T. Gheldof
Coordination ProsPtol: W. Peremans, E. Van 't Dack, H. Hauben, L. Mooren, W. Clarysse
Data processing (ProsPtol): W. Clarysse, M. Coenen, H. Demeulenaere, M. Depauw, H. Hauben, J. IJsewijn, C. La'da, L. Mooren, L. Swinnen, W. Swinnen, I. Uytterhoeven, B. Van Beek, K. Vandorpe, H. Verreth, S. Waebens
Data processing (MaMiGRE): C. Arlt, S. Bronischewski, M. Depauw, B. Derichs, S. Eslah, S. Fodor, A. Georgila, S. Gülden, H. Knuf, M. Kromer, J. Moje, F. Naether, W. Schutzki, H. Verreth
Network visualization (Gephi & sigma.js): Y. Broux