The origins of this app lie in online exercises in palaeography developed for postgraduate students in the Institute for Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds in West Yorkshire, U.K. The aim is to provide practice in the transcription of a wide range of medieval hands, from the twelfth to the late fifteenth century. Please note that it is not a tutorial on the development of handwriting in medieval western Europe.
Users can examine 26 selected manuscripts, zoom in on individual words, attempt transcription and receive immediate feedback. They can optionally compare their transcription with a full transcript. The user's transcripts can be saved and reopened. The saved transcripts are accessible via File Sharing in iTunes.
Improved compatibility with iOS 6.
Ratings and Reviews
Love the app but unable to open in iOS 11 and there doesn’t seem to be any alternatives in the APP Store.
This is awesome, especially for people working on Latin paleography.
…i hope it's updated for ios 11.
thank you for this great app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.