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Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum


Pages in Category
32 Museum
82 Site
294 Object
389 Inscription
155 Word
11 Morpheme
7 Phoneme
37 Character
921 Reference
11 Main Chapter
9 Project
106 Property‏‎
83 Statistics‏‎

Funded by:

FWF – Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung

Associated with:

COST – European Cooperation in Science and Technology

Dear Visitors

Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum (TIR) is an online edition of the Raetic inscriptions in the form of an interactive online platform of the MediaWiki type. It was created during an FWF-funded research project (no. P 25495) conducted at the Department for Linguistics of the University of Vienna under the direction of Stefan Schumacher. Funding ran from 24th June 2013 until 23rd June 2016.

As of 24th June 2016, with the end of the project, the edition can be considered complete, even though the website will continue to be edited and serviced. The TIR edition is fully citable; please attribute to TIR in the following format:

Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum, ed. Stefan Schumacher, Corinna Salomon, Sindy Kluge, Gudrun Bajc & Martin Braun
(2013–present). URL:

Visit our project page for further information about the project and its contributors, the TIR edition's current state of development including new inscriptions and other additions, as well as presentations and publications.

For information on the structure of the system and help with navigating it and accessing all the information it contains, please consult How to use TIR.

Information on licenses can be found on Terms of Use.

The project is considered to be a follow-up task to Lexicon Leponticum, an online edition of the Cisalpine Celtic inscriptions, and constitutes the next step towards a comprehensive online collection and edition of sources concerning the North Italic alphabets.

You may also like to try out the search screen for characters in Raetic inscriptions provided by GEAS.

The TIR project took part in the COST-project AELAW - Ancient European Languages and Writings (ISCH COST Action IS1407), supported by the European Union, active from 13th April 2015 to 12th April 2019. Further information on the AELAW-project can be found on the project's website.