(Photo: Ghent University Library - The Court of Assize of Liège, end 19th century).
The Digithemis project is designed to enhance and continue the development of the www.digithemis.be website, which currently includes three applications:
Belgian Judicial Statistics: a solid application gathering Belgian judicial statistics from 1827 to 2009. The application can generate 5 million numbers and is able to generate 'statistical cubes', multidimensional structures that allow the user to generate tables or graphics.
Prosopography of Belgian Magistrates: a bio-bibliographical database on the Belgian Magistrature as well as an application capable of generating the evolution of the Belgian jurisdictions, since 1795 to 1960. The database contains more than 6000 names of magistrates - or family members of magistrates - and more than 650 jurisdictions.
Just-his Repository: this research repository aims to make available a maximum of documentary, archival and bibliographical resources about the socio-political history of law and justice in Belgium from 1795 to today. It contains more than 6000 references, of which several are available in OCR.