Category Archives: textual analysis
By Gordon Rugg You can get a fair amount of information out of what people tell you in interviews and questionnaires and focus groups. However, you can’t get at all the information in a person’s head using those methods. The … Continue reading
By Gordon Rugg I have an art exhibition opening next week in Keele University, which will feature some of the topics that we’ve blogged on here. The official opening is on the evening of Wednesday 9th October, starting at 6.00, with … Continue reading
By Gordon Rugg There’s a new article by David Musgrave and myself about textual analysis of ancient texts here: http://www.bibleinterp.com/articles/2013/rug378029.shtml It’s an expanded version of our previous articles on the topic, including our presentation at the ASOR2012 conference.
The Voynich Manuscript has been described as the most mysterious book in the world. It’s a book written in a unique script, illustrated with images which are a mixture of the ordinary and the bizarre. It’s never been deciphered. This … Continue reading
As Irish readers will know, Greece isn’t the only country to have national epics; Ireland also has its share of great ancient epics, one of which is informally known as “The Irish Iliad”. It’s not as widely known as it … Continue reading
We’ve put soft copies of several books of the Bible, plus several Shakespeare plays, and some archival material from the American Civil War, onto the SV site. They’re useful for learning how to use Search Visualizer to search for information … Continue reading