The Mapping Manuscript Migrations portal links disparate datasets from Europe and North America to provide an international view of the history and provenance of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. Researchers are able to analyse and visualize the aggregated data at scales ranging from individual manuscripts to thousands of manuscripts.
Our research addresses the origins and movements of these manuscripts, and the collectors and owners involved in their history. We show how these manuscripts have traveled across time and space to their current locations, where they continue to find new audiences.
The portal is publicly available at: https://mappingmanuscriptmigrations.org/
The SPARQL endpoint for the MMM data is available at: http://ldf.fi/mmm/sparql
The MMM Knowledge Graph (20+ million RDF triples) can be downloaded from Zenodo: https://zenodo.org/record/3935259
Technical documentation for the MMM project can be found on GitHub:
Scripts and software are available here:
There is also an Aalto University page devoted to the MMM project: https://seco.cs.aalto.fi/projects/mmm/