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Alessandro Bausi (Hrsg.), Paola Buzi (Bearb.)

Coptic Manuscripts

Part 7: The Manuscripts of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preussischer Kulturbesitz. Part 4: Homilectic and Liturgical Manuscripts from the White Monastery. With two documents from Thebes and two Old-Nubian manuscripts

2014.
274 p.
7 Tafeln, cloth bound
ISBN 978-3-515-10711-2

Kurztext

This volume is the seventh catalogue of the Verzeichnis der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland series dedicated to the collection of Coptic manuscripts belonging to the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz – Orientabteilung.

The volume contains the analytical description of literary and liturgical manuscripts (Ms. or. fol. 1348–1350, 1605–1610; Ms. or. fol. 3065; Ms. or. oct. 409 and Ms. or. oct. 987) from the well known library of the White Monastery, in Sohag (Upper Egypt), two papyrus documents from Thebes (Ms. or. fol. 2097) and two Old Nubian manuscripts (Ms. or. quart. 1019 and Ms. or. quart. 1020), which are all dated between the fourth and the tenth-eleventh centuries CE.

Since a large part of these manuscripts consists of leaves of dismembered codices, great attention has been devoted to the description of each single codicological unit (that often correspond to one single leaf), and, wherever possible, to the virtual reconstruction of the original codices. Moreover, particular care has been dedicated to applying an extensive codicological description and to the possibly exhaustive listing of secundary literature.

Rezensionen

"…an important work which should be included in any self-respecting Coptological library."
Hugo Lundhaug, Aethiopica 19, 2016

"…an extremely useful tool for future scholarship and the author is to be congratulated for her professional and meticulous work in making it available."
Jitse H. F. Dijkstra, Vigiliae Christianae 70, 2016

Dieser Band wurde außerdem rezensiert von:

Veronika Six, Oriens Christianus 98, 2015

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