Latin Decoder

Tommaso Spinelli (Developer), Alexandros Michael (Other), Giacomo Fenzi (Other)

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The Latin Decoder ( is the first ever digital tool designed to process and integrate fragmentary Latin texts such as manuscripts and epigraphs. By simply typing a fragmentary Latin word or a group of words including missing letters (e.g., pec---a) in the search bar, users can look up all its possible textual integrations, as attested in the entire corpus of extant Latin literature and epigraphy.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUniversity of Manchester
PublisherUniversity of Manchester
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jan 2022


  • Digital humanities
  • Latin language
  • Linguistics
  • computational linguistics
  • Epigraphy


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