2014 . ‘ The Karasubazar Codex of the Later Prophets from the Collection of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts D 62 .’ In: Judith Olszowy-Schlanger and Nicolas De Lange (eds.) Manuscrits
In this article I use ‘Tibullus’ as shorthand for ‘Tibullus and the rest of the Corpus Tibullianum ’, as the manuscripts discussed here attribute all these texts to the Augustan elegist. — The Budapest codex was
This contribution presents the concept of 'seven heavens' as preserved by eight manuscripts of Muhammad ibn 'Abdallah al-Kisâ'ï's collections of Islamic religious tales Kitab A’ğāi’b al-MalakUt and Qisas al-Anbiyā It focuses on and compares the contents and composition of the chapter devoted to the topic and analyses the variations in the mss., which shed light on the way the tales are transmitted. Some of them represent variability in the original information, whereas others (including significant semantic shifts) may easily have emerged as a result of even minor scribal lapses.
Manuscripts with “Part 1,” “Part I,”…, “Part N ” in the title that are intended to be published as a series are called multiple-part manuscripts . Some journals require that all parts of a multiple
The signature of a nun on the first page of Cape Town, South African Library, MS Grey 3c23 made it possible not only to determine the provenance of the manuscript, but also to locate two similar manuscripts in France and two in Yugoslavia. All of these manuscripts are antiphonaries for Lauds and Vespers written for nuns at the Charterhouse of Mont-Saint-Marie, at Gosnay near Arras in France. They are the only extant Carthusian antiphonaries for Lauds and Vespers and had been written for Mont-Saint-Marie because the nuns of that Charterhouse sang only those Offices. All are dated around 1540. The antiphonaries conform to the Carthusian liturgy. There is no great divergence between the music in the five manuscripts and in the Carthusian antiphonaries. Small differences exist, however. These are not the result of error, but prove that no general exemplar existed for the music of the Carthusian antiphonary.
the register of manuscripts in the Pothikhana of Jaipur. Jaipur, Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum.
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