CITE is the digital library infrastructure developed for the Homer Multitext. It allows discovery, access, and linking of diverse data—texts, images, collections—through canonical citation, as scholars have integrated knowledge for thousands of years.
This tool allows the creation of citations to regions-of-interest on images; these citations work like citations to texts—the citation allows reproduction of a “quotation” of the image, while also giving access to that quotation in its larger context. For more information, see the this overview of CITE.
The Homer Multitext · Casey Dué & Mary Ebbott, Editors · Christopher Blackwell & Neel Smith, Project Architects · Douglas Frame, Leonard Muellner, & Gregory Nagy, Associate Editors · A Publication of the Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University, G. Nagy, Director, with support from the University of Houston’s High Performance Computing Group.