What is ViRR?
Virtueller Raum Reichsrecht The Virtueller Raum Reichsrecht (ViRR) is a digital collection and cooperative working environment for various legal artefacts of the period of the Holy Roman Empire, based on the infrastructure of eSciDoc. The basis of ViRR is a collection of 42 digitized works (more than 16 000 pictures), which can be structurally marked up via an editing interface. Further on, it is planned to extend the collection successively by the integration of transcriptions and additional external sources (e.g. lexical tools).
For an overview about all current ViRR functionalities click here.
- Example: Browse Collection
- Example: Online editing interface for privileged users to gather structural metadata about the digitized works
- Example: Detailed view of single pages with further navigation functionalities
Max Planck Digital Library
Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany
The project is coordinated by Dr. Sigrid Amedick, head of the institute’s library. The basic start content of 15 digitized works, i.e. the physical as well as the digitized artefacts belong to the holdings of the institute.
- can be found at our MPDL CoLaboratory, a wiki platform for sharing information, knowledge and experiences in the context of eScience and information management: CoLab pages for ViRR. These pages also contain the functional specification.
- Live demonstration of ViRR
If you have a question about ViRR or need help working with ViRR, feel free to contact the ViRR Support Team
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