In this paper, we present a new resource that has been created at the Univer-sity of Pavia for the study of Homeric Greek verbs and their dependents: the Homeric Greek Dependency Lexicon (HoDeL). This resource is based on AGLDT 2.0 (Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebank 2.0), which in its earliest version (AGLDT 1.0) is the first treebank for Ancient Greek and Latin.HoDeL allows searching for verbs along with their dependents that are annotated as being included in the verbal valency in AGLDT 2.0. In the next sections, we discuss technical issues concerning the construction of HoDeL and the queries used to build it (Section 2), theoretical issues regarding the annotation scheme of AGLDT 2.0 (Section 3), and practical issues emerging from usage of the resource (Section 4)

Presenting HoDeL - A new resource for research on Homeric Greek verbs

Silvia Luraghi;
2020

Abstract

In this paper, we present a new resource that has been created at the Univer-sity of Pavia for the study of Homeric Greek verbs and their dependents: the Homeric Greek Dependency Lexicon (HoDeL). This resource is based on AGLDT 2.0 (Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebank 2.0), which in its earliest version (AGLDT 1.0) is the first treebank for Ancient Greek and Latin.HoDeL allows searching for verbs along with their dependents that are annotated as being included in the verbal valency in AGLDT 2.0. In the next sections, we discuss technical issues concerning the construction of HoDeL and the queries used to build it (Section 2), theoretical issues regarding the annotation scheme of AGLDT 2.0 (Section 3), and practical issues emerging from usage of the resource (Section 4)
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