… and indeed, a host of languages. From the Alpheios website:
The Alpheios Project’s current initiatives include:
– the development of computer tools for reading classical texts
and learning classical languages
– the creation of a million word treebank of classical Greek
– examples of how literary texts can be collaboratively enhanced,
made more accessible to a wider variety of readers, and
rendered more amenable to comparative analysis.
– examples of how computer analysis of texts and corpora can
contribute to literary research and language pedagogy.
We are initially focusing on the six classical languages with the most
extensive literary traditions:
Greek and Latin, Chinese and Sanskrit, and Arabic and Persian.
Several others are under active consideration, including
Akkadian, Hebrew, Pali, Avestan, Old Japanese,
Old English, Old Norse, Old French, Old High German,
Old Castilian and Provencal/Occitan.
These may be developed as the resources for their lexical and
morphological analysis become available, but we wish to point out that
our programs are designed modularly to facilitate the addition of new
languages with minimal effort, and all our code will be open-source
to encourage others to create similar tools for their own languages.