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Considerations in the creation of an electronic database for Colonial Valley Zapotec
There is a rich corpus of texts written in Zapotec during the Mexican colonial period that remains relatively understudied. The nature of the corpus poses significant challenges to would-be readers; for example, the texts were written using the Roman alphabet with few standardized spelling conventions, resulting in a large number of homographs and a wide range of variation in the spelling of any particular lexical item. To facilitate access to the corpus we developed an interrelated database ofdoi:10.17613/m6ww1j fatcat:b7raembuy5dgpn4exfsb674sbu