12,282 Works

Conference Report: The Tenth Islamic Manuscript Conference (Cambridge, 31 August - 2 September 2014)

Karin Scheper
Conference Report: The Tenth Islamic Manuscript Conference (Cambridge, 31 August - 2 September 2014)

Conference Report: Christian And Islamic Manuscripts Of Ethiopia: A Comparative Approach (12Th-20Th Centuries) (Paris, 12-13 December 2014)

Ewa Balicka-Witakowska
Conference Report: Christian and Islamic manuscripts of Ethiopia: A comparative approach (12th-20th centuries) (Paris, 12-13 December 2014)

Conference Report: Ordering Knowledge: Listing, Shelving, Structuring Manuscripts (Hamburg, 30-31 January 2015)

Antonella Brita, Martin Delhey & Vito Lorusso
Conference Report: Ordering knowledge: listing, shelving, structuring manuscripts (Hamburg, 30-31 January 2015)

Conference Report: Ordering Knowledge: Listing, Shelving, Structuring Manuscripts (Hamburg, 30-31 January 2015)

Antonella Brita, Martin Delhey & Vito Lorusso
Conference Report: Ordering knowledge: listing, shelving, structuring manuscripts (Hamburg, 30-31 January 2015)

A Study Of The Early Ottoman Peloponnese In The Light Of An Annotated Editio Princeps Of The Tt10-1/14662 Ottoman Taxation Cadastre (C.1460-1463)

Georgios C. Liakopoulos
My doctoral thesis, completed at Royal Holloway, University of London in 2009 and conducted under the supervision of the late Professor Julian Chrysostomides (d.2008), explores geographic, economic and demographic aspects of the Peloponnese in the first years of the Ottoman conquest (1460), on the basis of an annotated editio princeps of the first Ottoman taxation cadastre of the province of the Peloponnese (Defter-i Livāʾ-ı Mora), compiled sometime between c.1460 and 1463. Numbering 284 pages this...

La Versione Etiopica Del Pastore Di Erma (ሄርማ፡ ነቢይ፡). Riedizione Critica Del Testo (Visioni E Precetti)

Massimo Villa
The Shepherd of Hermas is a document of considerable significance for the history of the early Christianism, and the Ethiopic version (Gǝʿǝz Herma näbiy), translated from a Greek Vorlage in the Aksumite age (fourth to seventh centuries), is a crucial source for our knowledge of the text. Contrary to the Greek, the Gǝʿǝz version transmits the entire text, including the conclusion.

Conference Report: The Seventh North American Syriac Symposium (Nass Vii) (Washington, Dc, 21-24 June 2015)

Aaron Butts
Conference Report: The Seventh North American Syriac Symposium (NASS VII) (Washington, DC, 21-24 June 2015)

Book Review: Kominko, M., Ed., From Dust To Digital: Ten Years Of The Endangered Archives Programme (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2015)

Eugenia Sokolinski
Book Review: Kominko, M., ed., From Dust to Digital: Ten Years of the Endangered Archives Programme (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2015)

Project: Corpus Dei Manoscritti Copti Letterari

Tito Orlandi
Project summary: Corpus dei Manoscritti Copti Letterari

Project: Development Of The Methodology For The Characterization Of The Dead Sea Scrolls

Ira Rabin & Oliver Hahn
Project summary: Development of the methodology for the characterization of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Project: Development Of The Methodology For The Characterization Of The Dead Sea Scrolls

Ira Rabin & Oliver Hahn
Project summary: Development of the methodology for the characterization of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Project: Islamic Manuscript Database

Verena Klemm
Project summary: Islamic Manuscript Database

Project: Manumed. Des Manuscrits Et Des Hommes

Stéphane Ipert
Project summary: MANUMED

Project: Manuscript Cultures In Asia And Africa

Michael Friedrich
Project summary: Manuscript Cultures in Asia and Africa

Syriac Corpus Project

Kristian Heal
Project summary: Syriac Corpus Project

Project: New Critical Edition Of The Primitive Recension Of The Arabic Text Of The \"History Of The Patriarchs Of Alexandria\" (Lives 17 To 26), Translation And Commentaries

Perrine Pilette
Project presentation, New critical edition of the primitive recension of the Arabic text of the “History of the Patriarchs of Alexandria” (Lives 17 to 26), translation and commentaries.

The 'True Story' Of The Abba Gärima Gospels

Alessandro Bausi
As it clearly appears, the problems posed and the considerations suggested by the Abba Gärima Gospels are many and manifold. Leaving aside the problem of C 14 radiocarbon dating – on which certainly opinions vary – the possibility remains that painted leaves and text-only leaves could have different stories, which should be ascertained with a proper codicological analysis. On the other hand, philological, linguistic and palaeographical elements still prevent – or cannot prove – an...

Project: Manuscript@Csic: A New Portal For Oriental Manuscripts

Teresa Ortega-Monasterio
Project summary: Manuscript@CSIC: A new portal for Oriental manuscripts

New Critical Edition, Translation And Commentaries Of The Aksimaros, Or The Ethiopic Version Of Pseudo-Epiphanius' Hexaemeron

Sophia Dege
The Aksimaros is an Ethiopic translation of the Arabic Aksīmārīs, itself translated from the Greek Hexaemeron ascribed to Ephiphanius of Salamis. The Ethiopic version was most probably produced in the fifteenth century. It describes the six days of Creation in more detail than Genesis. The creation of earth and (three) heavens, angels and their fall, the creation of all living creatures, and, finally, the creation and the fall of mankind are among the featured accounts....

A Conservative Census Of Arabic Manuscripts In The Central National Library Of Florence

Sara Fani
The census is the result of the final stage project of a post-University Master course in Conservation and Restoration of Book Heritage held in Spoleto, Italy, in 2009. It was carried out at the Manuscripts and Rare Books Section of the Central National Library of Florence (BNCF) during a period of three months and it took into account the catalogued Arab manuscripts kept in the Library (about 140 scattered among different funds).

A Conservative Census Of Arabic Manuscripts In The Central National Library Of Florence

Sara Fani
The census is the result of the final stage project of a post-University Master course in Conservation and Restoration of Book Heritage held in Spoleto, Italy, in 2009. It was carried out at the Manuscripts and Rare Books Section of the Central National Library of Florence (BNCF) during a period of three months and it took into account the catalogued Arab manuscripts kept in the Library (about 140 scattered among different funds).

Isa The Prophet: Some Turkish Anecdotes Not Found In The Arabic Tradition. Part 1: The Long-Living Worshipper

Delio Vania Proverbio
This article is a first outcome of a long-term research project, aiming to gather and classify those Osmanlı narrative texts, both prose and verse, which deal with the “Muslim” Jesus, and which seem to have no counterpart in Arabic tradition, according to repertories.1 In the course of my survey of the Turkic ʿİsà corpus, I have detected a number of “Märchen-Typen” that will be discussed in a series of publications. In this first instalment, I...

Project: New Contexts For Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts And Monastic Manuscript Culture In Fourth- And Fifth-Century Egypt (Newcont)

Hugo Lundhaug
The European Research Council (ERC) recently awarded an ERC Starting Grant for the project New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt (NEWCONT), for a duration of five years, starting January 2012.

Identification And Classification Of Historical Writing Inks In Spectroscopy: A Methodological Overview

Ira Rabin, Roman Schütz, Anka Kohl, Timo Wolff, Roald Tagle, Simone Pentzien, Oliver Hahn & Stephen Emmel
The identification of the type of ink should be among the primary goals of manuscript description. Several techniques of instrumental analysis are available, and new tools have been appearing on the market, the main development having been to more portability and user friendliness. In this article, we would like to give an overview of several existing methods and of their respective advantages and the results (on the example of a Coptic manuscript) that can be...

Editorial

Alessandro Bausi
Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter 4 (July, 2012) Editorial

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