Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Advanced Research in Social Sciences
Preservation of Important Cultural Heritage Manuscripts Using Digital Technologies
Since the late 1990s the potential of the digital world for generating new ways of engaging with heritage, has been a key focus of academic work and cultural practice. For the long-term preservation and curation of material heritage, digital technology has the potential to offer new insights into our understanding of the past. This paper shows a possible way for an enduring saving of extraordinary writings with the help of the project “The digital library of St. Paul”.
This work was supported by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia (SRNSF) [Grant #FR-19-4294, ‘Electronic Scholarly Edition of the Translated Hagiographic Heritage of the Athos Scribal-Literary School (Part I)’].
keywords: Heritage, digital resources, cultural value, library.