The Irish Examiner article published by the Irish Times, a digital news outlet, is a collection of manuscripts from the late 1400s.
The stories were written by a number of well-known authors, including William Shakespeare, William Shakespearean playwright, and author of many works of fiction, including The Tempest and Hamlet.
The papers were found in the Bodleian Library in Oxford.
The manuscript decoder uses a software program that has a built-in dictionary to locate the word in the original text and convert it into the desired format.
The digitized manuscript is then put online in the Irish Examiner’s digital archive.
The articles are also available to view online through the site.
In an interview with The Irish Independent, Dr John Kelleher, professor of English at Trinity College, Dublin, said the discovery was a “tremendous milestone”.
“The manuscript decoding technology is an absolute game changer,” Dr Kellehe said.
“The whole idea of this project was to put these manuscripts online and bring them to the public in a way that they could understand and use.” “
The digital archive is being hosted by the Bodlian Library at Oxford, and it will be open to the general public on Tuesday. “
The whole idea of this project was to put these manuscripts online and bring them to the public in a way that they could understand and use.”
The digital archive is being hosted by the Bodlian Library at Oxford, and it will be open to the general public on Tuesday.
The project was started in 2015 by the University of Oxford, Trinity College and the Bodlesian Library.
“We have always been interested in the medieval Irish literature and the way it is presented, so it was an exciting time for us to be able to digitise the manuscript of William Shakespeare,” Dr Michael McIlroy, the project manager, told the Irish Independent.
“As well as this project we are looking to extend the digital archive to include a few more of Shakespeare’s works and to give them to those who have been studying these manuscripts for a long time.”
Dr Killehe said that the digitized manuscripts were not yet available online but the digital versions would be published soon.
“These manuscripts are being digitised to provide an online platform for people to access them,” he said.