The data will be reset daily around midnight. Demo data kindly provided by:
Mapping Medieval Conflicts (MEDCON). A digital approach towards political dynamics in the pre-modern period
MEDCON was funded within the go!digital-programme of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OEAW) from October 2014 to May 2017 and hosted at the Institute for Medieval Research of OEAW The project headed by Johannes Preiser-Kapeller examined the explanatory power of concepts of social and spatial network analysis for phenomena of political conflict in medieval societies.
The data presented in this demo version stems from two of MEDCON´s case studies, “Emperor Frederick III and the League of the Mailberger coalition in 1451/52” (executed by Kornelia Holzner-Tobisch and Petra Heinicker) and “Factions and alliances in the fight of Maximilian I for Burgundy” (Sonja Dünnebeil).
For further information on the project see: Mapping Medieval Conflict or contact Johannes.Preiser-Kapeller@oeaw.ac.at.
OpenAtlas is a database application that enables you to manage complex historical, archeological and geospatial data.
OpenAtlas is Open Source and available on GitHub. It uses open source technology like Apache, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, Python 3, Flask and Leaflet.
The data model is based on classes and properties of the CIDOC CRM which is an internationally established standard for historical documentation.
Stefan Eichert - Idea, concept and data modelling
Alexander Watzinger - Lead developer and concept
Bernhard Koschicek - Software development
Christoph Hoffmann - Frontend development
Veronika Gründhammer - Project administration
Jan Belik - Logo design and design consulting
These people supported us in many ways, our thanks goes to all of them.