"Nomisma.org is a collaborative project to provide stable digital representations of numismatic concepts according to the principles of Linked Open Data. These take the form of http URIs that also provide access to reusable information about those concepts, along with links to other resources."
"The Europeana Fashion project aims to create a multilingual thesaurus in 10 languages (English-French-German-Dutch-Italian-Serbian-Swedish-Spanish-Portugese-Greek) for fashion and fashion-related concepts. The aim is to grasp and structure in a faceted and hierarchical way the complexity and variety of fashion as a cultural domain. It will focus not only on the objects that are the result of creative processes in the fashion industry, but also on the processes themselves and the resources and techniques used (focus on object – material – technique). The thesaurus will be developed:
"Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) has long included headings that represent the genre or form of musical works in combination with the mediums of performance (e.g., Sonatas (Trombone and organ); Concertos (Bassoon, clarinet, English horn, flute)), as well as headings that represent the mediums of performance alone (e.g., Bass clarinet and piano music). The structure of the headings can sometimes be of marginal utility to researchers, who may be most interested in finding music for a particular combination of instruments and are less focused on the genre of the music.
"Coinage of the Roman Republic Online (CRRO) harnesses Linked Open Data to provide links across digital projects in Roman numismatics and beyond. At its launch CRRO provides access to six online collections containing over 20,000 specimens of Republican coinage.
"Online Coins of the Roman Empire (OCRE), a joint project of the American Numismatic Society and the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University (...). The project will ultimately record every published type of Roman Imperial Coinage from Augustus in 31 BC, until the death of Zeno in AD 491."