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Interrogation de LIMC-icon

La ressource LIMC-icon peut-être interrogée soit en "recherche libre" (un champ pour l'ensemble des informations), soit en "recherche avancée" (combinaison de critères).

Recherche avancée:

Autocomplétion

Pour la plupart des champ, la saisie des caractères génère une liste de termes. La requête peut être lancée en sélectionnant l'un des termes proposés, ou sur la chaîne de caractères saisie, même incomplète.

Thésaurus TheA

Le thésaurus multilingue TheA (Thésaurus-Antiquité), élaboré depuis 1980 par l'équipe du LIMC, est associé au système de recherche.
Il permet, pour les champs avec autocomplétion, d'effectuer des recherches sur des synonymes (Odysseus pour Ulysse), des graphies différentes (Herakles pour Héraclès), ou encore sur des notions de catégorie (pierre pour marbre , etc. ; Grèce pour Attique > Athènes, etc.).

Interrogation de LIMC-biblio

La recherche porte sur les références au LIMC (nom de l'article, associé ou pas à un n° de catalogue de cet article) ou sur la publication concernée par la notice bibliographique (auteur, titre, année).

Interrogation de LIMC-abrev

La recherche porte sur l'abréviation ou l'intitulé complet de la publication.
Il est nécessaire de sélectionner soit "sources antiques", soit "Publications modernes", soit "articles du LIMC".
Le choix "articles du LIMC" permet d'afficher les articles parus dans le LIMC et ses Suppléments (volume, date, intitulé, auteur).

Utilisation du panier

Le "panier" permet de mémoriser des liens vers les notices OBJET, ICONOGRAPHIE et TÉMOIGNAGE (jusqu'à 50 références mémorisées).
Les références enregistrées dans le panier sont disponibles le temps de la session.

Le panier peut-être envoyé sur un réseau social (twitter...) ou à une adresse mail.

 


LIMC-icon : detailed presentation of the fields

The fields marked with * are available in the detailed search.

OBJET


Creation date

Date the OBJECT paper-based card /record was created (manually or digitally).

Update *

Date of the last OBJECT record update.

ID-LIMCicon *

Unique identification code of the OBJECT record.

Location *

Current and previous locations of the illustrated item.
This shows the country, the region or county (if applicable), the town and the exact location (building, museum, etc.) or the collection...
The title of the document, informaforation about its acquisition may also be given.

Inventory *

Inventory or catalogue number of the illustrated item.
When the same item has several inventories, these are grouped within the same field and separated by "=" (Ex: “1895.11.2-3 = B.220”).
When the catalogued fragments of an item are dealt with in a single OBJECT file-card, their numbers are separated by "+" (Ex: "120-122" appears as "120 + 121 + 122").

Find place *

The place where the illustrated item was found.
This shows the site, the current country, the region (if applicable), the Ancient site or modern town and the exact location (building, room, etc.).

Search request : the database recognises the different names and spellings of a site. If the name does not appear in the list of terms, please try typing it in.
Ex : the Algerian town Annaba, the ancient Hippo Regius, is also known as Hippone and Bône. If you enter Hippone (which is not in the list), the site will be found.

Object *

Type of the iconographical support.
Ex : statue.

Material *

Material(s) of the iconographical support.
Ex : marble.

Area/technique *

Category of the iconographical support (ex: mosaic, glyptic, etc.) and representation technique (ex: engraving, sculpture in the round, etc.).

Origin *

Ancient cultural or geographical area where the illustrated item was created.

Object description

Information and further details on the item.

Dimensions

The dimensions of the item.

Inscriptions

Inscriptions on the document or image.
A Unicode font (Unicode standard™) is used for non Latin characters.

Artist *

Name of the artist, workshops or signatories to whom the document is attributed.

Date *

The date the item was created.
One or several dates may be given.
The author of the dating may be indicated in brackets.

Query : there are two fields for entering a range of dates.
A century is taken as going from 1 to 100.

LIMC reference / LIMC article / Catalogue number *

Title of the article about the item and catalogue number (published in the LIMC) of the item. If there is an illustration, the number is followed by * (photo in the volume of plates) or ° (drawing within the text).

Ancient source *

Ancient source relating to the illustrated item.
The full titles of the source given in abridged form can be found through LIMCabrev.

Digital Resource *

Digital resource(s), available on the Web, relating to the illustrated item.

Bibliography *

Bibliography relating to the illustrated item.
The full titles of the publications given in abridged form can be found through LIMCabrev.

Special notes (object)

Various notes about the item

 

ICONOGRAPHY

ID-iconography

Unique identification code of each ICONOGRAPHY record.

Description *

If necessary, the position of the iconographical scene on the object is indicated first.
The layout and characters are generally described from left to right and top to bottom. The characters’ names are in capitals and in the same language as the text.
Clothing is detailed in brackets after the name.

Names *

Mythological characters (deities, heroes, hybrid creatures, etc.), peoples (Amazons, Scythians, etc.) and historical characters (Kleopatra, Tiberius).
The names are available in a modern version and in the LIMC‘s one (titles of the LIMC articles).
The names of characters who were given different names by the Greeks, the Romans and the Etruscans are grouped within a single entry, with the Greek version first and the Etruscan version last.
Ex : Herakles / Hercules / Hercle.
Other names and spellings of the same character are taken into account. If the required name is not in the list, you can type it in the open search field. Ex : Heracles typed in will return the records about Herakles / Hercules / Hercle.

Key words *

The key words relating to the item (mostly illustrated characters, animals, objects and themes). As far as possible the modern language version is preferred.

Special notes (iconography)

Various notes about the iconography.

 

EVIDENCE

ID-evidence

Unique identification code of each EVIDENCE record.

References *

Original references of the evidence.

Date of the evidence *

The date referred to in the evidence (ex: date of a journey) or, if unavailable, the year the evidence was published.

Evidence *

Presentation of the evidence (ancient sources, archives...).

Text *

Quotation of a written source

Translation *

Translation of a written source

Special notes (evidence)

Various notes about the evidence.


Other fragment (Linked OBJECT)

Other fragment (Linked OBJECT)

OBJECT record associated with another fragment (or part) of the item concerned.
This can be other fragments of the same object or elements of the architectural decor of the same building, bearing other catalogue numbers or kept in different locations.

 

IMAGE

ID-image *

Unique identification code of each digital image.

Copyright

Copyright of the image.

 

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