“Six Things Are Said Concerning Demons” (Hagigah 16a). The System of Topic Tags Used in the Elyonim veTachtonim Inventory to Describe the Features of Supernatural Entities and Their Relationships with Humans

Wojciech Kosior

Abstrakt

This paper has two main purposes: to outline the methodology underlying the tag ontology utilised in the Elyonim veTachtonim inventory and to demonstrate the system of topic tags used to designate recurring subjects recognised in the accounts involving supernatural entities.

* This paper was written as a part of the project The Supernatural Entities and Their Relationships with Humans according to the Babylonian Talmud from the Quantitative and Qualitative Perspectives financed by the National Science Centre, Poland (SONATA 14; Registration number: 2018/31/D/HS1/00513).

Słowa kluczowe: Digital Humanities, Babylonian Talmud, angelology, demonology
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