Annotation Guidelines: Early New High German Mining Texts
These annotation guidelines are aimed at the other members of the T.M.M.M.T. research team and all persons in general who annotate and process late medieval / Early New High German texts.
The project “Text Mining Medieval Mining Texts” processed two historical mining sources: “Verleihbuch der Rattenberger Bergrichter” ( Hs. 37, 1460-1463) and “Schwazer Berglehenbuch” (Hs. 1587, approx. 1515) stored by the Tyrolean Regional Archive, Innsbruck (Austria). The central research objective of T.M.M.M.T. is the extraction and representation of the legal relationships between people, claims and mines over space and time. Therefore, only words and phrases are annotated that comprise the following entities: person, place, mine, date.