We are pleased to announce that a new version of the automatically annotated New Testament and Old Testament corpora is now available online in Coptic Scriptorium!
The new version has substantially better automatic segmentation accuracy, and, for the first time, automatic syntactic parses for each verse. For more information on the syntax annotations, please see our previous post here:
Here are some example queries to get you started:
- Search the Old Testament for Greek words: lang=”Greek”
- Search both corpora for the morpheme “ⲙⲛⲧ”: morph=”ⲙⲛⲧ”
- Find complement clauses of regular verbs in the New Testament: pos=”V” ->dep func=”ccomp”
- Search 1 and 2 Corinthians for verse translations containing “brother”: translation=/.*brother.*/ & meta::title=/.*Corinthians.*/
- Find cases of “ⲙⲉⲛ” indirectly followed by “ⲇⲉ” in both corpora: norm=”ⲙⲉⲛ” .* norm=”ⲇⲉ”
Thanks as always to the NEH and DFG for their support and to everyone who made the texts available, which come from the Sahidica version of the NT ((c) J. Warren Wells) and the OT text contributed by the CrossWire Bible Society SWORD Project, thanks to work by Christian Askeland, Matthias Schulz and Troy Griffitts.