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Almogi, Orna

(2016): ‘Translation as Proofs and Polemics of Authentication: rNying ma versus gSar ma Translation Practices’, in Dorji Wangchuk (ed.), Cross-Cultural Transmission of Buddhist Texts. Theories and Practices of Translation (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, University of Hamburg; Indian and Tibetan Studies, 5), 1-21.

(ed.) (2016): Tibetan Manuscript and Xylograph Traditions. The Written Word and Its Media within the Tibetan Cultural Sphere (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, University of Hamburg; Indian and Tibetan Studies, 4).

(2016): ‘The ‚rNying ma rgyud ’bum‘ at the National Archives Kathmandu. The History of Its Production and Transmission’, in Orna Almogi (ed.), Tibetan Manuscript and Xylograph Traditions. The Written Word and Its Media within the Tibetan Cultural Sphere (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, University of Hamburg; Indian and Tibetan Studies, 4), 31-65.

with Dorji Wangchuk (2016): ‘Prologue: Tibetan Textual Culture between Tradition and Modernity’, in Orna Almogi (ed.), Tibetan Manuscript and Xylograph Traditions. The Written Word and Its Media within the Tibetan Cultural Sphere (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, University of Hamburg; Indian and Tibetan Studies, 4), 5-30.

(2016): ‘Tantric Scriptures in the rNying ma rgyud 'bum Believed to Have Been Transmitted to Tibet by Kashmiris: A Preliminary Survey’, in Eli Franco and Isabelle Ratié (eds.), Around Abhinavagupta: Aspects of the Intellectual History of Kashmir from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century (Berlin: LIT Verlag; Leipziger Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte Süd- und Zentralasiens, 6), 1-31.

with Oliver Hahn, Emanuel Kindzorra and Ira Rabin (2015): ‘Inks, Pigments, Paper: In Quest of unveiling the History of the Production of a Tibetan Buddhist Manuscript Collection from the Tibetan‐Nepalese Borderlands’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 93-117.

with Martin Delhey, Claire MacDonald and Boryana Pouvkova (2015): ‘Recovering Lost Writing and Beyond: Multispectral Imaging for Text-related and Codicological Studies of Tibetan Paper and Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 153-191.

with Benjamin Eliot Klein, Nachum Dershowitz, Lior Wolf and Dorji Wangchuk (2014): ‘Finding inexact quotations within a Tibetan Buddhist corpus’, Digital Humanities: 486-488.

(2014): ‘The Eighteen Mahāyoga Tantric Cycles: A Real Canon or the Mere Notion of One?’, Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, 30: 47–110.

(2013): Review of Edition, éditions: l’écrit au Tibet, évolution et devenir. [The process of editing and the editions/edited texts: the problematic of the written in Tibet, evolution/history and transformation/change]. Edited by Anne Chayet, Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, Françoise Robin, Jean-Luc Achard. Colectanea Himalayica 3. Munich: Indus Verlag, 2010, 482 pp. In: The Journal of Asian Studies 72/4: 992–993.

(2013): ‘Yogācāra in the Writings of the Eleventh-Century Rnying ma Scholar Rong zom Chos kyi bzang po’, in Ulrich Timme Kragh (ed.), The Foundation for Yoga Practitioners: The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise and Its Adaption in India, East Asia, and Tibet (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press; Harvard Oriental Series, 75), 1330-1361.

(2012): ‘Guides to Holy Places as Sources for the Study of the Culture of the Book in the Tibetan Cultural Sphere: The Example of Kaḥ thog si tu Chos kyi rgya mtsho’s gNas yig’, Historical and Philological Studies of China’s Western Regions, 5: 505–530.

(2011): ‘Tibetische Manuskriptkultur – Tibetan Manuscript Culture‘, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.): Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 126–132.

(2011): Review of Tibetische Handschriften und Blockdrucke, Teil 13 (Die mTshur-phu-Ausgabe der Sammlung Rin-chen gter-mdzod chen-mo, nach dem Exemplar der Orientabteilung, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Hs or 778, Bände 40–52) . Peter Schwieger. Verzeichnis der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland, Band XI,13. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2009. XXVII, 447 pp. In: Indo-Iranian Journal 54: 178–184.


Arslan, Saadet

(2016): ‘Rin chen gter mdzod and other works. The Union Catalogue of Oriental Manuscripts in German Collections’, in Namkhai Norbu, Donatella Rossi, Charles Jamyang Oliphant (eds.), Sharro : Festschrift for Chögyal Namkhai Norbu (Rudolfstetten: Garuda Verlag).

(ed.) (2015): Tibetanische Handschriften und Blockdrucke 15 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag; Verzeichnis der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland 11, 20).

(2011): ‘Die mTshur-phu-Ausgabe der Sammlung Rin-chen gter-mdzod chen-mo: Gesamtindex : nach dem Exemplar der Orientabteilung, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Hs or 778’, in Hartmut-Ortwin Feistel (ed.), Tibetanische Handschriften und Blockdrucke 15 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag; Verzeichnis der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland 11, 15).


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Bang, Jung Lan

(in print): ‘Bhavabhaṭṭa’s opening in his commentary (vivṛti) on the Cakrasaṃvaratantra ̶ Remarks on his elaboration of the preamble’, in SOAS, University of London, 5th International Indology Graduate Research Symposium, XX–XX.

(in print): ‘Practice of Cheating Time to Conquer Death-its textual transmission along with the related Śaiva and Buddhist tantric texts-’, in University of Zurich, Ist Zurich International Conference on Indian Literature and Philosophy (ZICILP), 1–29.

(in print): ‘Bhavabhaṭṭa’s opening in his commentary (vivṛti) on the Cakrasaṃvaratantra ̶ Remarks on his elaboration of the preamble’, in Annual of the Institute for Comprehensive Studies of Buddhism, Taishō University: XX–XX.

(2018): ‘Adoption and Assimilation of Śaiva Rituals as seen in Buddhist tantric texts’, in The Journal of Indian Philosophy, 54 (2018.12): 35–63.

with Kenichi Kuranishi(2018): ‘Secret Signs for Yogins and Yognīs - A preliminary edition and translation of Padminī ch.9’, in Annual of the Institute for Comprehensive Studies of Buddhism, Taishō University, 40: 145–171.

(2018): ‘Development of Tantric Bodily concepts in Śaiva practice -with the focus on prāṇa, uccāra, kuṇḍalinī, nāḍī, and cakra’, in The Journal of Yoga: XX–XX.

(2018): Selected chapters from the Tantrasadbhāva, - based on the tradition of 11th century Śaiva Sanskrit manuscripts in Nepal, Dissertation, Universität Hamburg.

(2013): ‘An Overview of Indian and Tibetan Manuscript research at CSMC, Hamburg University, and the Trend of its related study in Europe.’ (in Korean), Critical Review for Buddhist Studies, 14.


Bausi, Alessandro

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Sabine Kienitz (eds.) (2018): Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11).

(2017): ‘Towards a re-edition of the Ethiopic dossier of the “Apocalypse of Peter”’, Apocrypha, 27: 179-196.

(2017): ‘The Encyclopaedia Aethiopica and Ethiopian Studies’, Aethiopica: International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies, 19: 43–102.

(2017): ‘The Ethiopic Book of Clement: the case of a recent Ethiopian edition and a few additional remarks’, in Adam McCollum (ed.), Studies in Ethiopian Languages, Literature, and History, Presented to Getatchew Haile by his Friends and Colleagues (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Aethiopistische Forschungen, 83), 229-238.

in collaboration with Thomas Rave (2017): ‘A selected bibliography of the Publications of Getatchew Haile’, in Adam McCollum (ed.), Studies in Ethiopian Languages, Literature, and History, Presented to Getatchew Haile by his Friends and Colleagues (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Aethiopistische Forschungen, 83), 609-619.

in collaboration with Alberto Camplani (2017): ‘The History of the Episcopate of Alexandria (HEpA): Editio minor of the fragments preserved in the Aksumite Collection and in the Codex Veronensis LX (58)’, Adamantius, 22: 249-302.

(2017): ‘The accidents of transmission: On a surprising multilingual manuscript leaf. With the edition of the Ethiopic version of two Constantinian epistles (CPG no. 8517, Epistula Constantini imperatoris ad ecclesiam Alexandrinam, and CPG nos 2041 = 8519, Lex lata Constantini Augusti de Arii damnatione)’, Adamantius, 22: 303-322.

(2017): ‘Il Gadla ʾAzqir*’, in Adamantius, 23: 341–380.

(2017): ‘NMH, Ethiop. 11 Readings from the Bible and Prayers XIV/XVc.’, in Nina Vutova (ed.), Catalogue of the Manuscripts, old printed, rare and valuable Editions at the National Museum of History (Sofia: National History Museum), 3–9.

(2017): ‘The Ethiopic Book of Clement: The Case of a Recent Ethiopian Edition and a Few Additional Remarks’, in Adam Carter McCollum (ed.), Studies in Ethiopian Languages, Literature, and Histor (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz), 221–238.

(2017): ‘Documentary Manuscripts and Archives: The Ethiopian Evidence’ in A. Straface, C. De Angelo, and A. Manzo (eds.), Labor limae. Atti in onore di Carmela Baffioni (Napoli: Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, Dipartimento Asia Africa e Mediterraneo; Studi Magrebini, 12-13), 36–80.

(2016): ‘Towards a re-edition of the Ethiopic dossier of the ‘Apocalypse of Peter’’, in Apocrypha, 26: 179–196.

with Eugenia Sokolinski (eds.) (2016): 150 Years after Dillmann's Lexicon: Perspectives and Challenges of Gǝʿǝz Studies (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Supplement to Aethiopica, 5).

(2016): ‘On editing and normalizing Ethiopic texts’, in Alessandro Bausi with assistance from Eugenia Sokolinski (eds.), 150 Years after Dillmann’s Lexicon: Perspectives and Challenges of Gǝʿǝz Studies (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Supplement to Aethiopica, 5), 43–102.

(2016): ‘La leggenda della regina di Saba nella tradizione etiopica’, in Fabio Battiato, Dorota Hartman and Giuseppe Stabile (eds.), La Regina di Saba: un mito fra Oriente e Occidente, Atti del Seminario diretto da Riccardo Contini (Napoli: Centro di Studi Ebraici, Università ‘L’Orientale’; Archivio di Studi Ebraici, 8), 91–163.

(2016): ‘The accidents of transmission: On a surprising multilingual manuscript leaf’, COMSt Bulletin, 2/1-2: 17–28.

(2016): Collation of the readings of the older Ethiopic version, cf. Epistula ad Epictetum: 7. Die äthiopische Version, in K. Savvidis (ed.), Athanasius Werke. Erster Band. Erster Teil. Die dogmatischen Schriften. 5. Lieferung. Epistulae dogmaticae minores (Berlin: De Gruyter), 634–635, 703–735.

(2016): ʻComposite and Multiple Text Manuscripts: The Ethiopian Evidenceʼ, in Michael Friedrich and Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries – Composite and Multiple Text Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 111–153.

(2016): ʻDalla documentazione papiracea (P. Bodmer XX e P. Chester Beatty XV) alle raccolte agiografiche: la lunga storia degli Acta Phileae in versione etiopicaʼ, in G. Agosti, P. Buzi, and A. Camplani (eds.), I Papiri Bodmer. Biblioteche, comunità di asceti e cultura letteraria in greco, copto e latino nell’Egitto tardoantico / Bodmer Papyri. Libraries, ascetic congregations, and literary culture in Greek, Coptic, and Latin, within Late-Antique Egypt (Brescia: Morcelliana; Adamantius, 21), 155–170.

(2016): ‘Documentary Manuscripts and Archives: The Ethiopian Evidence’, in Antonella Straface, Carlo De Angelo, and Andrea Manzo (eds.), Studies in Honour of Carmela Baffioni (Napoli: Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’, Dipartimento Asia Africa e Mediterraneo), 48–64.

(2016): ‘Ethiopic Literary Production Related to the Christian Egyptian Culture’, in P. Buzi, A. Camplani, and F. Contardi (eds.), Coptic Society, Literature and Religion from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008 (Leuven: Peeters; Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 247), 503–571.

(2016): ‘I colofoni e le sottoscrizioni dei manoscritti etiopici’, in A. Sirinian, P. Buzi, and G. Shurgaia (eds.), Colofoni armeni a confronto. Le sottoscrizioni dei manoscritti in ambito armeno e nelle altre tradizioni scrittorie del mondo mediterraneo. Atti del colloquio internazionale. Bologna, 12-13 ottobre 2012 (Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale; Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 299), 233–260.

(2016): ‘Maṣḥaf queddus – Äthiopische Bibelübersetzungen / Maṣḥaf queddus - Ethiopian Bible Translations’, in Meliné Pehlivanian, Christoph Rauch, and Ronny Vollandt (eds.), Orientalische Bibelhandschriften aus der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin-PK. Eine illustrierte Geschichte / Oriental Bible manuscripts from the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin-PK. An illustrated history (Wiesbaden: Reichert), 90-99.

with P.G. Borbone, F. Briquel-Chatonnet, P. Buzi, J. Gippert, C. Macé, Z. Melissakes, L.E. Parodi, W. Witakowski, and E. Sokolinski (eds.) (2015): Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: an Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition), (see https://www.aai.uni-hamburg.de/en/comst/publications/handbook.html)

(2017): ‘Zufallsfund in den Tigray-Bergen - Wenn ein Wissenschaftler unter einen Kirchenschrank schaut ... / Serendipity in the Tigray Highlands - When a scholar kneels down to look underneath a church cupboard ...’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 08/2015.

(2015): ‘The Aksumite Collection. Ethiopic multiple text manuscripts’, in A. Bausi, P.G. Borbone, F. Briquel-Chatonnet, P. Buzi, J. Gippert, C. Macé, Z. Melissakes, L.E. Parodi, W. Witakowski, and E. Sokolinski (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: an Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition, 2015), 367–372.

(2015): ‘The manuscript traditions: Ethiopic manuscripts’, in A. Bausi, P.G. Borbone, F. Briquel-Chatonnet, P. Buzi, J. Gippert, C. Macé, Z. Melissakes, L.E. Parodi, W. Witakowski, and E. Sokolinski, (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: an Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition), 46–49.

with D. Nosnitsin (2015): ‘Ethiopic Palaeography’, in A. Bausi, P.G. Borbone, F. Briquel-Chatonnet, P. Buzi, J. Gippert, C. Macé, Z. Melissakes, L.E. Parodi, W. Witakowski, and E. Sokolinski (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: an Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition), 287–291.

with D. Nosnitsin, E. Balicka-Witakowska, and C. Bosc-Tiessé (2015): ‘Ethiopic Codicology’, in A. Bausi, P.G. Borbone, F. Briquel-Chatonnet, P. Buzi, J. Gippert, C. Macé, Z. Melissakes, L.E. Parodi, W. Witakowski, and E. Sokolinski (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: an Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition), 154–174.

with D. Nosnitsin (eds.) (2015): ‘Proceedings of the “18th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies: Movements in Ethiopia/Ethiopia in Movement” Dire Dawa, Ethiopia, October 29–November 2, 2012. Panel on Manuscript Studies’, Aethiopica, 18: 85–172 (see http://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/aethiopica/article/view/923).

(2015): ‘La versione etiopica della Epistola di Eusebio a Carpiano’, in R. Zarzeczny (ed.), Aethiopia Fortitudo ejus. Studi in onore di Monsignor Osvaldo Raineri in occasione del suo 80° compleanno (Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale; Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 298), 107–135 (see https://www.academia.edu/15831628/La_versione_etiopica_della_Epistola_di_Eusebio_a_Carpiano).

(2015): ‘Johann Michael Wansleben’s manuscripts and texts. An update’, in A. Bausi, A. Gori, D. Nosnitsin, and E. Sokolinski (eds.), Essays in Ethiopian Manuscript Studies. Proceedings of the International Conference Manuscripts and Texts, Languages and Contexts: the Transmission of Knowledge in the Horn of Africa, Hamburg, 17-19 July 2014 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Supplement to Aethiopica, 4), 197–244.

(2015): ‘Zoëga e la fililogia’, in Karen Ascani, Paola Buzi, and Daniela Picchi (eds.), The Forgotten Scholar: Georg Zoëga (1755–1809): At the Dawn of Egyptology and Coptic Studies (Leiden: Brill), 57–66.

with A. Gori, D. Nosnitsin, and E. Sokolinski (eds.) (2015): Essays in Ethiopian Manuscript Studies. Proceedings of the International Conference ‘Manuscripts and Texts, Languages and Contexts: the Transmission of Knowledge in the Horn of Africa’, Hamburg, 17-19 July 2014 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, Supplement to Aethiopica, 4).

(2015): ‘TraCES: From Translation to Creation: Changes in Ethiopic Style and Lexicon from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages’, in A. Bausi, A. Gori, D. Nosnitsin, and E. Sokolinski (eds.), Essays in Ethiopian Manuscript Studies. Proceedings of the International Conference ‘Manuscripts and Texts, Languages and Contexts: the Transmission of Knowledge in the Horn of Africa’, Hamburg, 17-19 July 2014 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Supplement to Aethiopica, 4), 11–13.

(general ed.) (2015): Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. An Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition).

ibid.: ‘General Introduction‘ (with Jost Gippert) ‘Codicology of Ethiopic manuscripts‘ (with Ewa Balicka-Witakowska - Claire Bosc-Tiessé - Denis Nosnitsin); ‘Ethiopic Palaeography‘ (with Denis Nosnitsin); ‘The ‘Aksumite Collection’. Online and print-on-demand edition.

with Siegbert Uhlig (eds.) (2014): Encyclopaedia Aethiopica. Volume 5. Y–Z, Supplementa, Addenda et Corrigenda, Maps, Index. (Wiesbaden. Harrassowitz Verlag).

(2014): ‘Writing, Copying, Translating: Ethiopia as a Manuscript Culture’, in Jörg B. Quenzer, Dmitry Bondarev, and Jan-Ulrich Sobisch (eds.), Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field [Proceedings of the Workshop on Manuscriptology, Copenhagen 2007] (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1), 35–75.

(ed.) (2014): The manuscripts of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preussischer Kulturbesitz; Pt. 4, Homilectic and liturgical manuscripts from the White Monastery: with two documents from Thebes and two Old-Nubian manuscripts. Described by Paola Buzi. (Stuttgart: Steiner; Verzeichnis der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland, 21)

(2014): ‘The Coptic Version of the Acta Phileae’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter 8: 11–13.

(eds.): Linguistic, Oriental and Ethiopian Studies in Memory of Paolo Marrassini. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

(2013): with Paola Buzi: ‘Tradizioni ecclesiastiche e letterarie copte ed etiopiche’. In: Costantino I. Enciclopedia costantiniana sulla figura e l’immagine dell’ imperatore del cosiddetto Editto de Milano 313–2013. Vol. II. Roma.

(2013): ‘Liste etiopiche di vescovi niceni’, in Peter Bruns and Heinz Otto Luthe (eds.), Orientalia Christiana. Festschrift für Hubert Kaufhold zum 70. Geburtstag (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Eichstätter Beiträge zum Christlichen Orient, 3), 33–73.

(2013): ‘Kings and Saints: Founders of Dynasties, Monasteries and Churches in Christian Ethiopia’, in Barbara Schuler (ed.), Stifter und Mäzene und ihre Rolle in der Religion: Von Königen, Mönchen, Vordenkern und Laien in Indien, China und anderen Kulturen. (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag), 161–186.

in collaboration with Alberto Camplani (2013): ‘New Ethiopic Documents for the History of Christian Egypt’, Zeitschrift für antikes Christentum. Journal of Ancient Christianity, 17/2-3: 195–227.

(2013): Review of Isabel Boavida: Hervé Pennec and Manuel João Ramos: Pedro Páez's History of Ethiopia, 1622. (Translated by Christopher J. Tribe). In: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 76, 193–195.

(2012): ‘Ethiopian Manuscripts in the Vatican Library’; ‘Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. et. 264’, in Paola Buzi and Delio Vania Proverbio (eds.), Coptic Treasures from the Vatican Library. A Selection of Coptic, Copto-Arabic and Ethiopic Manuscripts. Papers collected on the occasion of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies (Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012) (Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana; Studi e testi, 472), 53-60; 117-128.

(2012): ‘Una “lista” etiopica di apostoli e discepoli’, in Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.), Æthiopica et Orientalia. Studi in onore di Yaqob Beyene (Napoli: Dipartimento Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo; Studi Africanistici. Serie Etiopica, 9, 2 Vols), 43–67.

(2012): ‘Introduction’. In: Alessandro Bausi (ed.): Languages and Cultures of Eastern Christianity: Ethiopian (Variorum, The Worlds of Eastern Christianity (300-1500) 4). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, xv-lxiii.

(2011): ‘La “nuova” versione etiopica della Traditio apostolica: edizione e traduzione preliminare’, in Paola Buzi and Alberto Camplani (eds.), Christianity in Egypt: literary production and intellectual trends. Studies in honour of Tito Orlandi (Roma: Augustinianum, Studia Ephemeridis Augustinianum 125), 19–69.

(2011): ‘Die äthiopische Manuskriptkultur – The Ethiopian Manuscript Culture’, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 52–60.


Beit-Arié, Malachi

(2017): Hebrew Codicology: Historical and Comparative Typology of Hebrew Medieval Codices based on the Documentation of the Extant Dated Manuscripts in Quantitative Approach (in Hebrew: Internet version 0.7, 2017; in English: Preprint internet English version 0.1, 2017).

with Edna Engel (2017): Specimens of Mediaeval Hebrew Scripts. Part III: Ashkenazic Script (Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities ).

(2015): ‘Hebrew Codicology’, in Alessandro Bausi (general editor) et al.: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg), 54–55, 208–234.

(2014): ‘The Individual Circumstances of The Hebrew Book Production and Consumption’, in Judith Olszowy, Nicholas De Lange (eds.) : Manuscrits hebreux et arabes: Melanges en I'honneur de Colette Sirat (Turnhout: Brepols; Bibliologia 38), 17–28.

(2011): ‘The Production of Hebrew Scientific Books according to Dated Medieval Manuscripts’, in Gad Freudenthal (ed.): Science in Medieval Jewish Cultures (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 106–110.


Becker, Karin

(2016): „Äbtissin, Prophetin – Heilige? / ‘Abbess, Prophetess – and Saint?. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 05/2016.


Berthold, Cornelius


Beyer, Wiebke

with Zhenzhen Lu (eds.) (since 06/2016): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


Bhattarai, Bidur

(2017, in print): Dividing Texts: Conventions of Visual Text-organization in North Indian and Nepalese Manuscripts up to ca. CE 1350 (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 10).

(2012): ‘Hevajratantraṭīkā. The Way to Complete Enlightenment / Hevajratantraṭīkā. Der Weg zur vollkommenen Erleuchtung’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 4/2012.


Bondarev, Dmitry

(2017): ‘Islamic Education and Ample Space Layout in West African Islamic Manuscripts’, in Andrea Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili (eds.), The Arts and Crafts of Literacy: Islamic Manuscript Cultures in Sub-Saharan Africa (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 12), 105–142.

with Jörg B. Quenzer and Jan-Ulrich Sobisch (eds.) (2014): Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field. (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1).

(2014): ‘Old Kanembu and Kanuri in Arabic script: phonology through the graphic system’, in Meikal Mumin and Kees Versteegh (eds.): The Arabic Script in Africa: Studies in the Use of a Writing System (Leiden: Brill), 107–142

(2014): ‘Multiglossia in West African Manuscripts: A Case of Borno, Nigeria’, in Jörg B. Quenzer, Dmitry Bondarev, and Jan-Ulrich Sobisch (eds.), Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1), 113–155.

with Abba Tijani(2014): ‘Performance of multilayered literacy: Tarjumo of the Kanuri Muslim scholars’, in Kasper Juffermans, Yonas M. Asfaha, and Ashraf K. Abdelhay (eds.), African Literacies: Ideologies, Scripts, Education (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing), 118–146.

with Tal Tamari (eds.) (2013): Qur’anic exegesis in African languages. Special issue of the Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 15/3.

(2013): ‘Nähte, Flicken, Glossen: Traditionelle Instandhaltungsmethoden in einem Koranmanuskript aus Borno / Stitches, patches and glosses: traditional preservation measures of a Qur’an manuscript from Borno’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 07/2013.

(2013): ‘Language change induced by written codes: a case of Old Kanembu and Kanuri dialects’, in Esther-Miriam Wagner, Ben Outhwaite, and Bettina Beinhoff (eds.), Scribes as agents of language change. Studies in language change (Boston – Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton), 291–323.

(2013): ‘Qur’anic Exegesis in Old Kanembu: Linguistic Precision for Better Interpretation’, in Tal Tamari and Dmitry Bondarev (eds.), Qur’anic Exegesis in African Languages. Special Issue of the Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 15/3: 56–83.

with Tal Tamari (2013): ‘Introduction and annotated bibliography’, in Tal Tamari and Dmitry Bondarev (eds.): Qur’anic Exegesis in African Languages. Special Issue of the Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 15/3: 1–55.

(2011): ‘Die Kanuri / Kanembu-Manuskriptkultur - Kanuri / Kanembu Manuscript Culture’, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript Cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17. November 2011 - 8. Januar 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 61-67.


Boroffka, Anna

(2017): ‘Travelling the Time Line: The Visual Organisation of New Spanish Manuscripts about the Mexica’, in manuscript cultures 10: 51–72.

(2015): ‘Bacchus singt in Glyphen – Die visuelle Organisation des Codex Florentinus als transkultureller Aushandlungsraum’, in in manuscript cultures 8.

(2014): ‘Eine wechselvolle Manuskriptbiographie – Die Odyssee des Codex Florentinus / A Manuscript with an Eventful Life: The Odyssey of Codex Florentinus. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 11/2014 .


Bosch, Sebastian

with Claudia Colini, Oliver Hahn, Andreas Janke, and Ivan Shevchuk (2018): ‘The Atri Fragment Revisited I: Multispectral Imaging and Ink Identification’, in manuscript cultures 11: 141–156.


Brinkmann, Stefanie

(2016): ‘Mehrsprachigkeit in Manuskripten - Multilingualism in Manuscripts’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 - 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9: 53-58.

(2016): ‘Layout in Manuskripten mit Dichtung - Page Layout in Manuscripts with Poetry’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 - 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9: 88-90.

(2014): ‘Die kulturelle Biographie einer Buḫārī-Handschrift’, in Lorenz Korn, Birgitt Hoffmann, Stefanie Stricker (eds.), Aus Buchwerkstatt und Bibliothek. Manuskriptkulturen des Mittelalters in Orient und Okzident (Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press; Bamberger interdisziplinäre Mittelalterstudien Vorträge und Vorlesungen, 3), 123-171.


Brita, Antonella

(2020, in print): ‘Genres of Ethiopian-Eritrean Christian Literature with a Focus on Hagiography’, in Samantha Kelly (ed.), Companion to Medieval Ethiopia and Eritrea. (Leiden: Brill), XX–XX.

(2019, in print): ‘The Making of the Ethiopian Sainthood: Hagiographic Manuscripts in Devotional and Ritual Practices’, in Hanna Wimmer (ed.), Manuscripts in Rituals, Rituals in Manuscripts. Studies in Manuscript Cultures (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, X), XX–XX.

with Jacopo Gnisci (2019, in print): ‘Hagiography in Geʿez’, in Jacopo Gnisci et al. (eds), Treasures from Ethiopia and Eritrea at the Bodleian Library (Oxford: Oxford University Press), XX–XX.

(2018, in print): ‘L’immagine trascendentale del santo come strumento di potere nell’agiografia etiopica’, in Agostino Soldati, Pierluigi Valsecchi (eds.): Persona, trascendenza e poteri in Africa / Person, transcendence and powers in Africa. I Dies Academicus della Classe di studi africani in commemorazione di Gianfranco Fiaccadori (Milano: Biblioteca Ambrosiana), XX–XX.

(2018): ‘Heiligenliteratur und Mönchtum’, in David Appleyard, Alessandro Bausi, Wolfgang Hahn and Steven Kaplan (eds.), Äthiopien: Geschichte, Kultur, Herausforderungen (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag), 250‒253.

(2017): ‘Hagiography and monasticism in the Ethiopian Church’, in David Appleyard, Alessandro Bausi, Wolfgang Hahn, Steven Kaplan (eds.): Ethiopia: history, culture and challenge. (East Lansing: Michigan University Press), 230–233.

with Karsten Helmholz, Susanne Hummel, Massimo Villa (2017): ‘Three Collections of Gǝʿǝz Manuscripts Recently Surveyed in Italy: An Inventory’, in AETHIOPICA, 20: 167–189.

(2015): ‘Agiografia e liturgia nella tradizione della Chiesa etiopica’, in Luciano Vaccaro: Popoli religioni e Chiese lungo il corso del Nilo: Dal Faraone cristiano al Leone di Giuda (Città del Vaticano: Libreria Editrice Vaticana), 515–539.

(2015): ‘The manuscript as a leaf puzzle: the case of the Gädlä Sämaʿtat from ʿUra Qirqos (Ethiopia)’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin, 1: 6-17.

(2014): ‘“La gabira ʾab”. Breve nota sul lessico filologico in etiopico’, in Alessandro Bausi, Alessandro Gori, and Gianfrancesco Lusini (eds.), Linguistic, Oriental and Ethiopian Studies in Memory of Paolo Marrassini (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag), 169–175.

(2014): ‘Yaʿǝqob’, ‘Yared’, ‘Yǝmʾata’, ‘Yǝsḥaq’, ‘Yoḥannes’, ‘ZaMikā’ēl Aragāwi’, ‘Marriage: Early marriage’, ‘Rom’, in Alessandro Bausi (in cooperation with Siegbert Uhlig) (eds.): Encyclopaedia Aethiopica. Volume 5. Y–Z, Supplementa, Addenda et Corrigenda, Maps, Index (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag), 5b-6a, 26b-28b, 49b-50b, 62b, 67a-b, 130a-131b, 418a-421a, 496a-b.

(2013): ‘Ecclesiastic Sites of the Nine Saints and Monastic Networks’, in Denis Nosnitsin (ed.), Ecclesiastic Landscape of North Ethiopia. Proceedings of the International Workshop Ecclesiastic Landscape of North Ethiopia: History, Change and Cultural Heritage. Hamburg, July 15-16, 2011 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Supplement to Aethiopica, 2), 25–48.

with Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.) (2012): Æthiopica et Orientalia. Studi in onore di Yaqob Beyene (Napoli: Dipartimento Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo; Studi Africanistici. Serie Etiopica, 9, 2 Vols).

(2012): ‘Il Gadla Alēf’, in Alessandro Bausi, Antonella Brita et al. (eds.): Æthiopica et Orientalia. Studi in onore di Yaqob Beyene (Napoli: Dipartimento Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo; Studi Africanistici. Serie Etiopica, 9, Vol. I), 69–87.

(2012): ‘Mit den Heiligen kamen die Manuskripte / With the saints came the manuscripts’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 11/2012.

with Karsten Helmholz (eds.) (10/2012): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


Brockmann, Christian

with Dieter Harlfinger and Stefano Valente (2018, in print): Griechisch-byzantinische Handschriftenforschung. Traditionen, Entwicklungen, neue Wege (Berlin: De Gruyter).

with Alessandro Bausi, Michael Friedrich, Sabine Kienitz (eds.) (2018): Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11).

with Vito Lorusso and Stefano Martinelli Tempesta (2017): ‘Exegetische Paratexte zur Physik des Aristoteles in griechischen Manuskripten aus der Renaissance: Einleitung und Edition’, Eikasmos, 28, 261–298.

with Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Volker Märgner, Ira Rabin, and H. Siegfried Stiehl (2016): Book of abstracts, Conference Programme: Second International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, Hamburg 29 February-2 March 2016 (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).

with Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann, and Ira Rabin (eds.) (2014): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis = manuscript cultures 7.

with Daniel Deckers, Lutz Koch, and Stefano Valente (2014): Handschriften- und Textforschung heute. Zur Überlieferung der griechischen Literatur. Festschrift für Dieter Harlfinger aus Anlass seines 70. Geburtstages (Wiesbaden: Reichert; Serta Graeca, 30).

(2014): ‘Scribal Annotation as Evidence of Learning in Manuscripts from the First Byzantine Humanism: the “Philosophical Collection”’, in Jörg B. Quenzer, Dmitry Bondarev, and Jan U. Sobisch (eds.), Manuscript Cultures. Mapping the Field. (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1), 9–33 (Fig. 1–10).

with Vito Lorusso (2014): ‘Zu Bessarions philologisch-hermeneutischer Arbeit in seinen De caelo-Manuskripten’ in Christian Brockmann, D. Deckers, L. Koch und St. Valente (eds.), Handschriften- und Textforschung heute: Zur Überlieferung der griechischen Literatur. Festschrift für Dieter Harlfinger aus Anlass seines 70. Geburtstages. (Wiesbaden: Reichert; Serta Graeca, 30), 85–111 (Fig. 1–9).

(ed.) (2013): Von Homer und Aristoteles bis zum Neuplatonismus.Griechische Handschriften in norddeutschen Sammlungen [Katalog zur Ausstellung in der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 24. September – 1. Dezember 2013 anlässlich des VIII. Internationalen Kolloquiums zur Griechischen Paläographie, Universität Hamburg vom 22. – 28 September 2013] (Hamburg: University of Hamburg).

with Daniel Deckers and Vito Lorusso (2011): ‘Griechische und Lateinische Manuskriptkultur – Greek and Latin manuscript cultures’, in Jörg. B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Katalog zur Ausstellung ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17. November 2011 – 8. Januar 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 16–28.

with Lorenzo Perilli, Klaus-Dieter Fischer, Amneris Roselli (eds.)(2011): Officina Hippocratica. Beiträge zu Ehren von A. Anastassiou und D. Irmer (Berlin, de Gruyter; Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, 289).

(2011): ‘Manuskriptanalyse und Edition II. Weitere Beispiele aus Galens Kommentar zu Hippokrates, De articulis’, in Lorenzo Perilli, Christian Brockmann, Klaus-Dieter Fischer, and Amneris Roselli (eds.), Officina Hippocratica. Beiträge zu Ehren von A. Anastassiou und D. Irmer (Berlin, de Gruyter; Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, 289), 329–343 (Fig. 1–4).


Buchholz, Jonas


Buck-Albulet, Heidi

(2019, in print): ‘Rituals materialized: Manuscripts in Japanese Linked Poetry (Renga)’, in Hanna Wimmer (ed.), Manuscripts in Rituals, Rituals in Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, X), XX–XX.

(2019, in print): ‘Imagination des realen Raums. Sakrale Geographie im shingonbuddhistischen Manuskript Kōyasan hiki (1345)’ in Michael Wachutka (ed.): Heilige Orte und sakraler Raum in den Religionen Japans (München: iudicium), XX–XX

(2019, in print): ‘:Table of Contents and Titles in Japanese Shingon Buddhist Manuscripts’, in Malleable Magic: Medieval Arabic Block Printed Amulets and Their Audiences’, in manuscript cultures, 15: XX–XX.

(2018): ‘Die Ursprünge der Klöster Kōyasan und Hieizan: Zwei Erzählungen aus dem Konjaku monogatari shū’, in Michael Wachutka, Monika Schrimpf, Birgit Staemmler (eds.), Religion, Politik und Ideologie. Beiträge zu einer kritischen Kulturwissenschaft. Festschrift für Klaus Antoni zum 65. Geburtstag (München: iudicium), 42–58.

(2017): ‘Zwischen religiöser Rede und “Kunst”: Predigt und Predigtballade im vormodernen Japan’ in Hōrin. Vergleichende Studien zur japanischen Kultur, 18 (2015): 83–102.

(2016): ‘Empfängnis und Geburt des Buddha. Zwei Erzählungen aus dem Konjaku monogatari shū’, in Birgit Staemmler (ed), Werden und Vergehen. Betrachtungen zu Geburt und Tod in japanischen Religionen (Berlin: LIT; Bunka-Wenhua. Tübinger Ostasiatische Forschungen/ Tübingen East Asian Studies, Vol. 24), 13–39.

(ed.) (2015): Rhetorik im vormodernen Japan. Konzepte – Strategien – Performanz (München: Iudicium).

(2014): ‘Sprache im Vollzug: zur Performativität von "Predigt" und "Predigtballade" im vormodernen Japan’, in Bunron. Zeitschrift für literaturwissenschaftliche Japanforschung, 1: 113–130.


Buzi, Paola

with Tea Ghigo, Olivier Bonnerot, Myriam Krutzsch, Oliver Hahn, and Ira Rabin (2018): ‘An Attempt at a Systematic Study of Inks from Coptic Manuscripts𔃣, in manuscript cultures, 11: 157–164.

with Alberto Camplani, Federico Contardi (eds.) (2016): Coptic Society, Literature and Religion from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008 (Leuven - Paris – Bristol: Peeters; Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 247).

(2016): ‘Re-interpreting History: Constantine and the Constantinian Age in Coptic Hagiography’, in Paola Buzi, Alberto Camplani, Federico Contardi (eds.), Coptic Society, Literature and Religion from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008 (Leuven - Paris – Bristol: Peeters; Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 247), 1117-1128.

with Rosanna Pirelli (2016): ‘The Coptic Site of Manqabad: An Italian-Egyptian Project’, in Paola Buzi, Alberto Camplani, Federico Contardi (eds.), Coptic Society, Literature and Religion from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008 (Leuven - Paris – Bristol: Peeters; Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 247), 1431-1444.

(2016): ‘Costantino costruttore, Costantino distruttore: la tradizione letteraria copta’, in Tessa Canella (ed.), Costantino e il luoghi santi (Bologna: Il Mulino), 579–593.

(2016): ‘From Single-Text to Multiple-Text Manuscripts: Transmission Changes in the Coptic Literary Tradition. Some Case-Studies from the White Monastery Library’, in Michael Friedrich, Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries: Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 93–110.

with Anna Sirinian and Gaga Shurgaia (eds.) (2016): Colofoni armeni a confronto. Le sottoscrizioni dei manoscritti in ambito armeno e nelle altre tradizioni scrittorie del mondo mediterraneo, Atti del Colloquio Internazionale, Bologna, 12-13 ottobre 2012 (Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale; Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 299).

(2016): ‘Titoli e colofoni: riflessioni sugli elementi paratestuali dei manoscritti copti saidici’, in Anna Sirinian, Paola Buzi, Gaga Shurgaia (eds.), Colofoni armeni a confronto. Le sottoscrizioni dei manoscritti in ambito armeno e nelle altre tradizioni scrittorie del mondo mediterraneo, Atti del Colloquio Internazionale, Bologna, 12-13 ottobre 2012 (Roma: Pontificio Istituto Orientale; Orientalia Christiana Analecta, 299), 203–217.

with Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.): Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. A Handbook (Hamburg: COMSt).

with Stephen Emmel (2015): ‘Coptic Codicology’, in Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. A Handbook (Hamburg: COMSt), 137–153.

(2015): ‘Coptic Palaeography’, in Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. A Handbook (Hamburg: COMSt), 283–286.

(2015): ‘What a catalogue is and the emergence of scientific cataloguing’, in Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. A Handbook (Hamburg: COMSt), 467–470.

(2015): ‘Types of catalogues: checklists, summary catalogues, analytical catalogues, special catalogues’, in Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. A Handbook (Hamburg: COMSt), 506–507.

(2015): ‘Coptic Language’, in Edward G. Farrugia (ed.), Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Christian East (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Orientale), 532–535.

(2015): ‘La ricostruzione della tradizione copta relativa al monaco Onofrio: un caso esemplare di integrazione tra fonti letterarie, archeologiche e documentarie. Dati acquisiti e questioni aperte’, in Paolo Nicelli (ed.), L’Africa, l’Oriente mediterraneo e l’Europa. Tradizioni e culture a confronto (Roma: Bulzoni), 155–168.

(2015): ‘Archeologia, Egitto’, in Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani (Roma: Enciclopedia Italiana), 76–77.

(2015): ‘Qualche riflessione sugli aspetti codicologici e titologici dei papiri Bodmer, con particolare riguardo ai codici copti’, Adamantius, 21: 47–59.

with Alberto Camplani and Gianfranco Agosti (2015): ‘Bodmer Papyri. Libraries, ascetic congregations, and literary culture in Greek, Coptic, and Latin, within Late-Antique Egypt’, Adamantius, 21: 6–7.

(2015): ‘Early Christianity in the Fayyūm: the new contribution of archaeology’, Vicino Oriente, 19: 85–96.

(2015): ‘Le Sentenze di Menandro e l’ambiente copto’, in Serena Funghi (ed.), Corpus dei papiri filosofici. Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina. Parte II.2: Sentenze di Autori Noti e «Chreiai» (Firenze: Olschki), 269–286.

(2015): ‘M[enandri]S[ententiae] 38: P.Copt. I (= P.Vat. gr 17 + P.Rain.unterrichtKopt. 269.1)’, in Serena Funghi (ed.), Corpus dei papiri filosofici. Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina. Parte II.2: Sentenze di Autori Noti e «Chreiai» (Firenze: Olschki), 287–314.

(2015): ‘M[enandri]S[ententiae] 39: P.Copt. II (= P.Lond. inv. Pap. 8)’, in Serena Funghi (ed.), Corpus dei papiri filosofici. Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina. Parte II.2: Sentenze di Autori Noti e «Chreiai» (Firenze: Olschki), 315–317.

(2015): ‘M[enandri]S[ententiae] 40: O.EdfouIFAO 11’, in Serena Funghi (ed.), Corpus dei papiri filosofici. Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina. Parte II.2: Sentenze di Autori Noti e «Chreiai» (Firenze: Olschki), 318.

(2015): ‘M[enandri]S[ententiae] 41: O.Vind. K 674, in Serena Funghi (ed.), Corpus dei papiri filosofici. Testi e lessico nei papiri di cultura greca e latina. Parte II.2: Sentenze di Autori Noti e «Chreiai» (Firenze: Olschki), 319–320.

(2014): La Chiesa copta. L’Egitto e la Nubia (Bologna: Edizione Studio Domenicano).

(2014): Coptic Manuscripts 7. The Manuscripts of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz. Homiletic and Liturgical Manuscripts from the White Monastery. With two documents from Thebes and two Old Nubian Manuscripts (Wiesbaden: Steiner Verlag; Verzeichnis der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland, XXI.7).

(2014): ‘Il settore cristiano’, in Enrico Giorgi, Paola Buzi (eds.), Bakchias. Dall’archeologia alla storia (Bologna: Bononia University Press), 179–211.

(2014): ‘Bakchias tardoantica e Fayyum cristiano’, in Enrico Giorgi, Paola Buzi (eds.), Bakchias. Dall’archeologia alla storia (Bologna: Bononia University Press), 69–80.

(2014): ‘Il conflitto che non c’era. Ebrei e cristiani nella tradizione letteraria copta del V-VIII secolo’, in Alessandro Catastini (ed.), La percezione dell'ebraismo in altre culture e nelle arti II (Roma: Università di Roma Sapienza; Quaderni di Vicino Oriente, VIII), 31–45.

(2014): ‘The Catalogus codicum copticorum manu scriptorum qui in Museo Velitris adservantur. Genesis of a masterpiece’, in Karen Ascani, Paola Buzi, Daniela Picchi (eds.), The Forgotten Scholar: Georg Zoëga (1755-1809). At the Dawn of Egyptology and Coptic Studies (Leiden: Brill), 217–223.

with Alessandro Bausi (2013): ‘Tradizioni ecclesiastiche e letterarie copte ed etiopiche’, in Alessandro Melloni et al. (eds.), Costantino I. Enciclopedia costantiniana sulla figura e l’immagine dell’imperatore del cosiddetto editto di Milano. 313-2013, I-III (Roma: Enciclopedia Italiana), II, 401–423.

with Rosanna Pirelli (2013): ‘Manqabad’, in Rosanna Pirelli (ed.), Ricerche Italiane e Scavi in Egitto VI (Cairo), 197–209.

(2013): ‘Editoriale’, in Paola Buzi (ed.), Oracoli, visioni, profezie. L’Egitto da Alessandro il Grande all’Alto Medioevo. Atti del convegno, Roma 12 marzo 2012 (= SMSR 79/1, 2013), 7–12.

(2013): ‘Introduzione, in Paola Buzi (ed.), Oracoli, visioni, profezie. L’Egitto da Alessandro il Grande all’Alto Medioevo. Atti del convegno, Roma 12 marzo 2012 (= SMSR 79/1, 2013), 15–25.

with Alberto Camplani (2013), ‘Decimo congresso internazionale di studi copti – Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies’, Adamantius, 2013, 634–638.

with Delio Vania Proverbio (eds.) (2012): Coptic treasures from the Vatican Library. A selection of Coptic, Copto-Arabic and Ethiopic manuscripts. Papers collected on the occasion of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies (Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012) (Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana; Studi e Testi, 472).

(2012): ‘Stefano Borgia's Coptic manuscripts collection and the “strange case” of the Borgiano copto fund in the Vatican Library’, in Paola Buzi, Delio Vania Proverbio (eds.), Coptic treasures from the Vatican Library. A selection of Coptic, Copto-Arabic and Ethiopic manuscripts. Papers collected on the occasion of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies (Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012) (Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana; Studi e Testi, 472), 21–26.

(2012): ‘Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Borg. copt. 109, fasc. 14: In Colluthum (Miracula Colluthi)’, in Paola Buzi, Delio Vania Proverbio (eds.), Coptic treasures from the Vatican Library. A selection of Coptic, Copto-Arabic and Ethiopic manuscripts. Papers collected on the occasion of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies (Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012) (Città del Vaticano: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana; Studi e Testi, 472), 139–150.


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Camplani, Alberto

(2018): ‘Setting a Bishopric / Arranging an Archive: Traces of Archival Activity in the Bishopric of Alexandria and Antioch’, in Bausi, Alessandro, Brockmann, Christian, Friedrich, Michael, Kienitz, Sabine (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11), 231–270.

(2018): ‘Sulla multifunzionalità del tradurre in copto: note sparse su frammenti copti tardoantichi, Cicerone e moderne ipotesi di ricerca’, in Franco Crevatin (ed.), Egitto crocevia di traduzioni (Trieste: Edizioni Università di Trieste), 101–144.

with Federico Contardi (2017): ‘Remarks on the Textual Contribution of the Coptic Codices preserving the Canons of Saint Basil, with Edition of the Ordination Rite for the Bishop (Canon 46)#8217;, in Francesca P. Barone, Caroline Macé, Pablo Ubierna (eds.), Philologie, herméneutique et histoire des textes entre Orient et Occident. Mélanges en hommage à Sever J. Voicu (Turhout: Brepols; Instrumenta patristica et mediaevalia, 73), 139–159.

with Paola Buzi and Federico Contardi (eds.) (2016): Coptic Society, Literature and Religion, from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17-22, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15-19, 2008 (Leuven: Peeters; Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta).

with Federico Contardi (2016): ‘The Canons attributed to Basil of Caesarea. A New Coptic Codex’, in Paola Buzi, Alberto Camplani, Federico Contardi (eds.) Coptic Society, Literature and Religion, from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17-22, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15-19, 2008 (Leuven: Peeters; Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta), 979–992.

with Alessandro Bausi (2016): ‘The History of the Episcopate of Alexandria (HEpA): Editio minor of the fragments preserved in the Aksumite Collection and in the Codex Veronensis LX (58)#8217;, in Adamantius, 22: 249–302.

(2015): ‘Il copto e la chiesa copta. La lenta e inconclusa affermazione della lingua copta nello spazio pubblico della tarda antichità’, in P. Nicelli (ed.), L’Africa, l’Oriente mediterraneo e l’Europa. Tradizioni e culture a confronto (Milano: Biblioteca Ambrosiana-Bulzoni; Africana ambrosiana , 1), 129–153.

(2015): ‘Per un profilo storico-religioso degli ambienti di produzione e fruizione dei Papyri Bodmer: contaminazione dei linguaggi e dialettica delle idee nel contesto del dibattito su dualismo e origenismo’, in Adamantius, 21: 98–135.

(2012): ‘Die Frau von Jesus - ein Papyrus auf Abwegen / Jesus' Wife - A papyrus adrift’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 10/2012.

(2011): ‘Un’antica teoria della successione patriarcale in Alessandria’, in Paola Buzi, Daniela Picchi, and Marco Zecchi (eds.), Aegyptiaca et Coptica. Studi in onore di Sergio Pernigotti (Oxford: Archaeopress. Publishers of British Archaeological Reports; BAR International Series, 2264), 59–68.

(2011): ‘A Syriac fragment from the Liber Historiarum by Timothy Aelurus (CPG 5486), the Coptic Church History, and the Archives of the Bishopric of Alexandria’, in Paola Buzi and Alberto Camplani (eds.), Christianity in Egypt: literary production and intellectual trends. Studies in honour of Tito Orlandi (Roma: Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum; Studia Ephemeridis Augustinianum; 125), 205–226.


Ciotti, Giovanni

with Jonas Buchholz (2017): ‘What a Multiple-text Manuscript Can Tell Us About The Tamil Learned Tradition: The Case of UVSL 589’, in manuscript cultures, 10:129–144.

(2017): ‘Teaching and Learning Sanskrit through Tamil: Evidence from Manuscripts of the Amarakośa with Tamil Annotations (Studies in Late Manipravalam Literature 2)’, in Vincenzo Vergiani, Daniele Cuneo, Camillo Alessio Formigatti: ‘Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages - Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 14), 193–222.

with Hang Lin (eds.) (2016): Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7).

with Marco Franceschini (2016): ‘Certain Times in Uncertain Places: Colophons in Tamil and Tamilian Grantha Scripts’, in Giovanni Ciotti and Hang Lin (eds.), Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts. (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 4), 59–129.

(2015): ‘Teaching and Learning Sanskrit through Tamil: Evidence from Manuscripts of the Ciotti Amarakośa with Tamil Annotations’ in Daniele Cuneo, Camillo Formigatti, and Vincenzo Vergiani (eds.), Proceedings of the Cambridge Sanskrit Manuscripts Project Workshop (Cambridge).

(2014): Thirty Catalogue Entries of Sanskrit Manuscripts Co-Authored by Giovanni Ciotti for the Sanskrit Manuscript Project, Cambridge. Available online at the Cambridge Digital Library.

(2014): ‘How many languages can you count? / Wie viele Sprachen können Sie zählen?’ In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 07/2014.


Colini, Claudia

with Sebastian Bosch, Oliver Hahn, Andreas Janke, and Ivan Shevchuk (2018): ‘The Atri Fragment Revisited I: Multispectral Imaging and Ink Identification’, in manuscript cultures 11: 141–156.

with Oliver Hahn, Olivier Bonnerot, Simon Steger, Zina Cohen, Tea Ghigo, Thomas Christiansen, Marina Bicchieri, Paola Biocca, Myriam Krutzsch, and Ira Rabin (2018): ‘The Quest for the Mixed Inks’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 41–48.

with Teresa Espejo Arias (2016): ‘The description Protocol of Andalusí manuscripts and its application to the Sacromonte Abbey Archive’, in Georgios Boudalis, Marzenna Ciechanska, Patricia Engel, Rodica Ion, lstvan Kecskemeti, Elissaveta Moussakova, Flavia Pinzari, Joseph Schiro, Jedert Vodopivec (eds.), Historical Book Binding Techniques in Conservation (Horn: Verlag Berger), 207–232

with Cornelius Berthold (2016): „Die Vortrefflichkeit eines so edlen, so weisen …“ – Ein Lobpreis aus dem 16. Jahrhundert / ‘The excellence of such a noble and wise …’ – a praise from the 16th century. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 10/2016.

(2015): „Besser als eine Katze! Die sieben Leben eines Korankommentars aus dem Jemen / ‘Better than a cat! The multiple lives of a Qur’an commentary from Yemen’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 07/2015.

with Marco Di Bella and Marcella Rubino (2015): ‘Bound by Tradition. New ways and old paths in Yemeni bookbinding workshops between XIXth and XXth centuries’, in Chroniques du manuscrit au Yémen, 20: 38–63.

(2015): ‘How Conservation can unveil the story of a manuscript. An Arabic unicum from Yemen’ in Journal of Islamic Manuscripts, (Special Issue) 7/3: 261-293.

with Teresa Espejo Arias (2015): ‘The description Protocol of Andalusí manuscripts and its application to the Sacromonte Abbey Archive’, in Acta of the Conference “Men and Books: from Microorganisms to Megaorganisms” St. Pölten, Austria, 28.04-01.05.2014.

(2014): ‘Between Islamic Black Inks and Papers: Optimisation of analytical parameters for their characterisation’, Gazette du livre medieval 61.


Conrad, Fridericke

with Daniela Wagner (eds.) (2018): Rahmen und Frames. Dispositionen des Visuellen in der Kunst der Vormoderne (Berlin: De Gruyter).

with Daniela Wagner (2018): ‘Visuelle Dispositionen. Zu Rahmen und frames in Kunst und Kunstgeschichte’, in in Fridericke Conrad and Daniela Wagner (eds.), Rahmen und Frames. Dispositionen des Visuellen in der Kunst der Vormoderne (Berlin: De Gruyter), 1–6.

(2018): ‘Rahmen und Ränder. Funktionsbestimmung und medienreflexive Techniken rahmender Elemente in der Buchmalerei um 1500’, in Fridericke Conrad and Daniela Wagner (eds.), Rahmen und Frames. Dispositionen des Visuellen in der Kunst der Vormoderne (Berlin: De Gruyter), 23–40.

(ed.) (03/2015–06/2015): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


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Daub, Frederike-Wiebke

(2016): Formen und Funktionen des Layouts in arabischen Manuskripten anhand von Abschriften religiöser Texte: al-Būṣīrīs Burda, al-Ǧazūlīs Dalāʾil und die Šifāʾ von Qāḍī ʿIyāḍ, Dissertation, University of Jena (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz Verlag; Arabische Studien, 12).

(2016): ‘Layout bei Koranabschriften / The Layout of Quran Manuscripts’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 - 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9: 93-94.

(2016): ‘Abraham Hinckelmann (1652-1695) / Abraham Hinckelmann (1652-1695)’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 - 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9: 156-159.

(2016): ‘Sancaḳ Kurānı – Ein “Standarten-Koran”: Cod. in scrin. 199 / Sancaḳ Kurānı – A “Banner Quran”: Cod. in scrin. 199’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 - 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9: 168-171.

(2012/13) ‘Standards and Specifics – the Layout of Arabic Didactic Poems in Manuscripts’, in manuscript cultures 5: 52–67.

(2012) ‘Warum Mekka? / Why mecca?’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 09/2012.

(ed.) (2012): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


Delhey, Martin

(in print): ‘Asaṅga / Maitreya(nātha)’, in Jonathan A. Silk (ed.), Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism Volume 2 (Leiden: Brill).

(2017): ‘Yogācārabhūmi’, in Richard Payne (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism (New York: Oxford University Press).

(2017): Besprechung zu Michael Hahn und Siglinde Dietz, Wege zur rechten Erkenntnis – Buddhistische Lehrbriefe (Frankfurt a. M.: Insel Verlag), 2008, in: Orientalische Literaturzeitung, 112: 439–442.

(2016): ‘From Sanskrit to Chinese and Back Again: Remarks on Xuanzang’s Translations of the Yogācārabhūmi and Closely Related Philosophical Treatises’, in Dorji Wangchuk (ed.), Cross-Cultural Transmission of Buddhist Texts. Theories and Practices of Translation (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, University of Hamburg; Indian and Tibetan Studies, 5), 51-79.

(2016): ‘The Indian Yogācāra Master Sthiramati and His Views on the Ālayavijñāna Concept’, International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture, 26/2: 11-35.

(2015): ‘The Library of the East Indian Buddhist Monastery Vikramaśīla: an Attempt to Identify Its Himalayan Remains’, in manuscript cultures 8: 2-24.

with Emanuel Kindzorra, Oliver Hahn and Ira Rabin (2015): ‘Material Analysis of Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts Preserved in Nepal’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 119-151.

with Orna Almogi, Claire MacDonald and Boryana Pouvkova (2015): ‘Recovering Lost Writing and Beyond: Multispectral Imaging for Text-related and Codicological Studies of Tibetan Paper and Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 153-191.

(2013): ‘The Yogācārabhūmi Corpus Sources, Editions, Translations, and Reference Works’ in Ulrich Timme Kragh (ed.), The Foundation for Yoga Practitioners. The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise and ist Adaption in India, East Asia, and Tibet (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press; Harvard Oriental Series, 75).

(2013): ‘Götter, Gifte und Gelehrte / Mantras, mercury and manuscripts’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 06/2013.

(2012): ‘The Textual Sources of the Mañjuśriyamūlakalpa (Mañjuśrīmūlakalpa): With Special Reference to Its Early Nepalese Witness NGMPP A39/4’, in Journal of the Nepal Research Centre, 14: 55–76.


Depreux, Philippe

(2016): ‘La prière pour les rois et le status regni dans le sacramentaire de Prague et l’attention portée par Charlemagne au salut de la communauté politique’,in Max Diesenberger, Rob Meens und Els Rose (eds.), The Prague Sacramentary: Culture, Religion, and Politics in Late Eighth-Century Bavaria (Turnhout; Cultural Encounters in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, 21), 181–201.

(2016): ‘Qu´il soit frappé de la sanction d´anathème et réprimé par le pouvoir de coercition du comte: Excommunication, exil et confiscation des biens: l´exclusion comme mode de correction et comme châtiment dans les capitulaires carolingiens’, in Geneviève Bührer-Thierry and Stéphane Gioanni (eds.), Exclure de la communauté chrétienne: Sens et pratiques sociales de l'anathème et de l'excommunication (IVe-XIIe s.) (Turnhout: Brepols; Haut Moyen Âge, 23), 39–58.

(2016): ‘The Penance of Attigny (822) and the leadership of the bishops in amending the Carolingian society’, in Rob Meens, Dorine van Espelo, Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Janneke Raaijmakers, Irene van Renswoude und Carine van Rhijn (eds.), Religious Franks. Religion and power in the Frankish Kingdoms. Studies in honour of Mayke de Jong (Manchester), 370–385.

(2015): ‘Le partage de l’Empire à Verdun (843) et les conditions d’exercice du pouvoir au haut Moyen Âge’, in Anne-Orange Poilpré and Marianne Besseyre (eds.), L’Écrit et le livre peint en Lorraine, de Saint-Mihiel à Verdun (IXe – XVe siècles). Actes du colloque de Saint-Mihiel (25-26 octobre 2010) (Turnhout; Culture et société médiévales, 27), 17–41.

(2015): ‘La profession monastique au temps de la réforme d’Aix (816 – 819) et les formules de vœux, de petitio des novices et d’oblation des enfants’, in Joseph Goering, Stephan Dusil und Andreas Thier (eds.), Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law (Toronto, 5-11 August 2012), Città del Vaticano 2016 (Monumenta Iuris Canonici, C, 15), 487–501.

(2015): ‘“Hincmar et la loi” Revisited: On Hincmar's Use of Capitularies’, in Rachel Stone and Charles West (eds.), Hincmar of Rheims. Life and Work (Manchester: Manchester University Press), 156–169.

(2014): ‘Le testament d´Aredius’, in Claude Andrault-Schmitt and Philippe Depreux (eds.), Les chapitres séculiers et leur culture: Vie canoniale, art et musique à Saint-Yrieix (VIe – XIIIe siècle) (Limoges: Presses Universitaires de Limoges), 153–185.

with Claude Andrault-Schmitt (eds.) (2014): Les chapitres séculiers et leur culture. Vie canoniale, art et musique à Saint-Yrieix (VIe – XIIIe siècle) (Limoges: Presses Universitaires de Limoges).

(2014): ‘Zur Nützlichkeit bzw. Nutzlosigkeit von Kunsttiteln für Kapitularien (am Beispiel der Nummern 134–135, 143–145 und 178 aus der Boretius-Edition)’, Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters, 70: 87–106.

(2013): ‘Les juifs dans le droit carolingien’ in John Tolan, Nicholas De Lange, Laurence Foschia, and Capucine Nemo-Pekelman (eds.): Jews in early Christian law: Byzantium and the Latin West, 6th–11th centuries (Turnhout: Brepols), 113–152.

with Irmgard Fees (eds.) (2013): Tauschgeschäft und Tauschurkunde vom 8. bis zum 12. Jh. / L’acte d’échange, du VIIIe au XIIe siècle (Köln: Archiv für Diplomatik; Beiheft, 13).

(2012): ‘Bitte und Fürbitte am karolingischen Hof. Zugleich ein Beitrag zur politischen Bedeutung der Ambasciatoren- und Impetratorenvermerke (Mitte 8. bis Mitte 9. Jahrhundert)’, Archiv für Diplomatik, Schriftgeschichte, Siegel- und Wappenkunde, 58: 57–101.


De Simini, Florinda

(2017): ‘When Lachmann’s Method Meets the Dharma of Śiva. Common Errors, Scribal Interventions, and the Transmission of the Śivadharma Corpus’, in Vincenzo Vergiani, Daniele Cuneo, Camillo Alessio Formigatti: ‘Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages - Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 14), 505–550.

with Nina Mirnig (2017): ‘Umā and Śiva’s Playful Talks in Detail (Lalitavistara): On the Production of Śaiva Works and their Manuscripts in Medieval Nepal - Studies on the Śivadharma and the Mahābhārata’, in Vincenzo Vergiani, Daniele Cuneo, Camillo Alessio Formigatti: ‘Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages - Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 14), 587–654.

with Francesco Sferra(2016): ‘On the Fence Between Two Wor(l)ds: Theory and Practice in Translating Indian and Indo-Tibetan Texts’, in Dorji Wangchuk (ed.), Cross-Cultural Transmission of Buddhist Texts. Theories and Practices of Translation (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, University of Hamburg; Indian and Tibetan Studies, 5), 151–192.

(2016): ‘Śivadharma Manuscripts from Nepal and the Making of a Śaiva Corpus’, in Michael Friedrich, Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries: Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 233–286.

(2016): Of Gods and Books (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 8).


Dramé, Djibril

(2017): ‘Contribution à la dialectologie du soninké: Correspondances phonologiques entre le parler du Kíngí et le parler du Jàahúnú’, in Mandenkan, 58: 25–46.


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Fischer, Markus

with Anna Schulz, Silke Lautner, Jörg Fromm (2018): ‘Not stealing from the treasure chest (or just a bit): Analyses on plant derived writing supports and non-invasive DNA sampling’, in Kalendar, Ruslan (ed.), PLOS ONE 13(6) (San Francisco, USA and Cambridge, UK: PLOS ONE).


Fölster, Max Jakob

(2018): ‘Libraries and Archives in the Former Han Dynasty (206 BCE–9 CE): Arguing for a Distinction’, in Bausi, Alessandro, Brockmann, Christian, Friedrich, Michael, Kienitz, Sabine (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11), 172–230.

(2016): ‘“Traces in Red”: Chinese Book Collectors' Seals as a Means to Track the Transmission History of a Manuscript’, in Giovanni Ciotti and Hang Lin (eds.), Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts. (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7), 161–183.

with Janina Karolewski (2015): ‘Questionnaire for the Study of Manuscript Collections (Towards a Typology of Manuscript Collections)’, in CSMC – Occasional Paper 4, 1–4.

(2015): ‘Introduction to the History, Use and Function of Chinese Book Collectors’ Seals‘, in manuscript cultures 8: 25–52.

(ed.) (10/2013–02/2015): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.

(2013): ‘Von Sammlern und Siegeln. Die bewegte “Lebensgeschichte” eines chinesischen Manuskripts / Of Collectors and Seals: The Eventful “Life” of a Chinese Manuscript’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 03/2013.


Francis, Emmanuel

(2018): ‘Indian Copper-Plate Grants: Inscriptions or Documents?’, in Bausi, Alessandro, Brockmann, Christian, Friedrich, Michael, Kienitz, Sabine (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: De Gruyter), 387–418.

(2017): ‘The Other Way Round: From Print to Manuscript’, in Vincenzo Vergiani, Daniele Cuneo, Camillo Alessio Formigatti: ‘Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages - Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 14), 319–354.

with Charlotte Schmid (eds.) (2016): The Archaeology of Bhakti II: Royal Bhakti, Local Bhakti (Pondicherry: Institut français de Pondichéry and École française d’Extrême-Orient; Collection Indologie, 132).

(2016): ‘Found in Paratexts: Murukaṉ's Places in Manuscripts of the Tirumurukāṟṟuppaṭai’, in Emmanuel Francis and Charlotte Schmid (eds.), The Archaeology of Bhakti II: Royal Bhakti, Local Bhakti (Pondicherry: Institut français de Pondichéry and École française d’Extrême-Orient; Collection Indologie, 132), 495-532.

(2013): ‘Der seltene Fall eines benutzerfreundlichen tamilischen Manuskripts / The rare case of a user-friendly Tamil manuscript’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 07/2012.

with Eva Wilden (2011): ‘Manuskriptkultur in Tamil Nadu - Manuscript Culture in Tamil Nadu’, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.): Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript Cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17. November 2011 - 8. Januar 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 117-125.


Friedrich, Markus

(2018): ‘Epilogue: Archives and Archiving across Cultures―Towards a Matrix of Analysis’, in Alessandro Bausi et al. (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11), 421–445

(2017): ‘How to Make an Archival Inventory in Early Modern Europe: Carrying Documents, Gluing Paper and Transforming Archival Chaos into Well-ordered Knowledge’, in manuscript cultures 10: 160–173.

(2017): ‘Genealogy as Archive-Driven Research Enterprise in Early Modern Europe.’, in Osiris, 32: 65–84.

(2017): ‘“Government in India and Japan is different from government in Europe”: Asian Jesuits on Infrastructure, Administrative Space, and the Possibilities for a Global Management of Power’, in Journal of Jesuit Studies, 4 (1): 1–27.

(2016): ‘The Rise of Archival Consciousness in Provincial France: French Feudal Records and Eighteenth-Century Seigneurial Society’, in Past & Present, 230 (Supplement 11): 49–70.

(2016): ‘Being an Archivist in Provincial Enlightened France: The Case of Pierre Camille Le Moine (1723–1800)’, in European History Quarterly, 46: 568–589.

(2016): ‘Sammlungen’, in Marcel Lepper, Ulrich Raulff (eds.), Handbuch Archiv: Geschichte, Aufgaben, Perspektiven (Stuttgart: J. B. Metzler), 152–163.

(2015): ‘Frühneuzeitliche Wissensheater: Textcorpus und Wissensbegriff’, in Frank Grunert, Anette Syndikus (eds.), Wissensspeicher der Frühen Neuzeit: Formen und Funktionen (Berlin: De Gruyter), 297–328.

(2015): ‘Introduction: New Perspectives for the History of Archives’, in Arndt Brendecke (ed.), Praktiken der Frühen Neuzeit: Akteure – Handlungen – Artefakte (Köln: Böhlau), 468–472.

(2015): ‘Das Alte Reich und seine Archive im Spiegel reichspublizistischer und reichsrechtlicher Literatur. lus archivi, gerichtliche Beweiskraft und konfessionspolitische Indienstnahme’, in Harriet Rudolph, Astrid Schlachta (eds.), Stadt, Reich, Europa, Multiple Perspektiven auf den immerwährenden Reichstag zu Regensburg (1663-1806) (Regensburg: Schnell und Steiner), 411–429.

(2014): ‘Vom Exzerpt zum Photoauftrag zur Datenbank. Technische Rahmenbedingungen historiographischer Forschung in Archiven und Bibliotheken und ihr Wandel seit dem 19. Jahrhundert’, in Historische Anthropologie, 22: 278–297.

(2013): ‘Les feudistes – experts des archives au XVIIIe siècle. Recherche des documents, généalogie et savoir-faire archivistique dans la France rural’, in Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes, 172 (2): 465–515.

(2013): Die Geburt des Archivs: Eine Wissensgeschichte (München: De Gruyter Oldenbourg).

with Alexander Schunka (eds.) (2012): Orientbegegnungen deutscher Protestanten in der Frühen Neuzeit (Frankfurt a. M.: Klostermann; Zeitsprünge, Sonderheft).

with Alexander Schunka (eds.) (2012): Deutsche Protestanten und der Orient in der Frühen Neuzeit: Status, Bestände und Strategien (Frankfurt a. M.: Klostermann; Zeitsprünge, Band 16, Heft 1).

(2012): ‘Organisations- und Kommunikationsstrukturen der Gesellschaft Jesu: Ein Überblick’, in Klaus Koschorke (ed.), Phases of Globalization in the History of Christianity (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz), 83–104.


Friedrich, Michael

with Alessandro Bausi, Christian Brockmann, Sabine Kienitz (eds.) (2018): Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11).

with Monika Wagner (eds.) (2017): Steine: Kulturelle Praktiken des Materialtransfers (Berlin: De Gruyter).

(2017): ‘Der Taihu-Stein – ein Emporkömmling?’, in Monika Wagner, Michael Friedrich (eds.), Steine: Kulturelle Praktiken des Materialtransfers (Berlin: De Gruyter), 13–26.

with Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst, Oliver Hahn, Agnieszka Helman-Ważny, Renate Nöller, Simone-Christiane Raschmann (2016): ‘Scientific methods for philological scholarship: Pigment and paperanalyses in the field of manuscriptology’, Journal of Cultural Heritage, 17: 7–13.

with Cosima Schwarke (eds.) (2016): One-Volume Libraries: Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9).

with Christian Brockmann, Oliver Hahn, Volker Märgner, Ira Rabin, and H. Siegfried Stiehl (2016): Book of abstracts, Conference Programme: Second International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, 29 February-2 March 2016 (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).

with Christian Brockmann, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann and Ira Rabin (eds.) (2014): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis = manuscript cultures 7.

with Christian Brockmann, Oliver Hahn, Ira Rabin and Bernd Neumann (eds.) (2013): Book of abstracts - conference programme. International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), 4 - 6 December 2013. Hamburg: Universität Hamburg.


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Galambos, Imre

(2017): ‘Graphic variation in early Chinese writing’, in Gábor Kósa (ed.), China Across the Centuries: Papers from a Lecture Series in Budapest (Budapest: Department of East Asian Studies, Eötvös Loránd University), 33-59.

(2016): ‘Confucius and Laozi at the altar: reconsidering a Tangut manuscript’, Studies in Chinese Religions, 2.3: 237-264.

(2016): ‘Composite Manuscripts in Medieval China: The case of scroll P.3720 from Dunhuang’, in Michael Friedrich and Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries: Composite Manuscripts and Multiple Text Manuscripts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 355-378.

(2016): ‘A snapshot of Dunhuang studies, circa 2016’, Orientations, 47.4: 33-38.

(2016): ‘Scribbles on the verso of manuscripts written by lay students in Dunhuang’, Tonkō shahon kenykū nenpō 敦煌寫本硏究年報, 10: 497-522.

(2016): ‘Manuscript and print in the Tangut state: The case of the Sunzi’, in Hildegard Diemberger, Karl Ehrhard and Peter F. Kornicki (eds.), Tibetan Printing: Comparison, Continuities, and Change (Leiden: Brill), 135-152.

(2015): Translating Chinese Tradition and Teaching Tangut Culture: Manuscripts and Printed Books from Khara-khoto (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 6).

(2015): ‘Confucian education in a Buddhist environment: Medieval manuscripts and imprints of the Mengqiu’, Studies in Chinese Religions, 1.3: 269-288.

(2015): ‘Manuscripts and printing: East Asia’, in Jonathan A. Silk and Stefano Zacchetti (eds.), Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism (Leiden: Brill), 968-978.

with Sam van Schaik (2015): ‘The valley of Dantig and the myth of exile and return’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 78.3: 475-491.

(2015): ‘She association circulars from Dunhuang’, in Antje Richter (ed.), History of Chinese Epistolary Culture (Leiden: Brill), 853-877.

(2014): ‘A Chinese tract in Tangut’, Central Asiatic Journal, 57: 71-83.

(2014): ‘Punctuation marks in medieval Chinese manuscripts’, in Jörg Quenzer and Jan-Ulrich Sobisch (eds.), Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field (Berlin, New York: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1), 341–357.

(2014): ‘Medieval ways of character formation in Chinese manuscript culture’, Scripta, 6: 47-71.

(2014): ‘New incarnations of old texts: Traces of a move to a new book form in medieval Chinese manuscripts’, in Tōhōgaku kenkyū ronshū kankōkai 東方學研究論集刊行會 (ed.), Takata Tokio kyōju taishoku kinen Tōhōgaku kenkyū ronshū 高田時雄教授退職記念東方學研究論集 (Kyoto: Rinsen shoten), 369-389.

(ed.) (2013): Studies in Chinese Manuscripts: From the Warring States Period to the 20th Century (Budapest: ELTE Institute of East Asian Studies).

(2013): ‘Correction marks in the Dunhuang manuscripts’, in Imre Galambos (ed.), Studies in Chinese Manuscripts: From the Warring States Period to the 20th Century (Budapest: ELTE Institute of East Asian Studies), 191-210.

with Sam van Schaik (2012): Manuscripts and Travellers: The Sino-Tibetan Documents of a Tenth-Century Buddhist Pilgrim (Berlin, New York: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 2).

(2012): ‘Shahon no jittai kara mita jisho kijutsu: Kaii moji wo rei to shite / 写本の実態から見た字書記述―会意文字を例として’, in Ishizuka Harumichi 石塚晴通 (ed.), Kanji jitaishi kenkyū 漢字字体史研究 (Tokyo: Bensei shuppan), 303-315.

(2012): ‘Non-Chinese influences in medieval Chinese manuscript culture’, in Zsombor Rajkai and Ildikó Bellér-Hann (eds.), Frontiers and Boundaries: Encounters on China’s (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz), 71-86.

(2012): ‘Consistency in Tangut Translations of Chinese Military Texts’, in Irina Popova (ed.), Tanguty v Tsentral’noj Azii: Sbornik stat’ej v chest’ 80-letija prof. E. I. Kychanova (Moscow: Oriental Literature), 84-96.

(2012): ‘Taboo characters in Buddhist manuscripts from Dunhuang’, in Yu Xin 余欣 (ed.), Zhonggu shidai de liyi, zongjiao yu zhidu 中古時代的禮儀、宗教與制度 (Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe), 109-125.

(2011): ‘Popular character forms (suzi) and semantic compound (huiyi) characters in medieval Chinese manuscripts’, Journal of the American Oriental Society, 131.3: 395-409.

(2011): ‘The northern neighbors of the Tangut’, Cahiers de Linguistique - Asie Orientale, 40: 69-104.

(2011): ‘The Tangut translation of the General’s Garden by Zhuge Liang’, Written Monuments of the Orient (Pis’mennyje Pamiatniki Vostoka), 1.14: 131-142.


Geissbühler, Mirjam

with Georg Dietz, Oliver Hahn, and Ira Rabin (2018): ‘Advanced Codicological Studies of Cod. germ. 6: Part 2 (Hamburg, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek)’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 133–141.

with Oliver Hahn and Ira Rabin (2014): ‘Combining Codicology and X-Ray Spectrometry to Unveil the History of Production of Codex germanicus 6, SUB Hamburg’, in manuscript cultures 7: 126-131.


Gippert, Jost

(2018): Georgische Handschriften (Wiesbaden: Reichert).

with Carloline Macé (2018): ‘An Armenian Dialogue Written in Greek Script in the Margins of Manuscript Moscow, GIM, Synod. Gr. 156’, in Le Muséon, 131 (1-2): 101–140.

(2017): ‘Kartvelology in the Digital Age: On the Trail of Mzečạ buḳ“’, in Pro Georgia. Journal of Kartvelological Studies, 27: 163–190.

(2016): ‘Zum werden-Passiv im Gotischen’, in Sergio Neri, Roland Schuhmann and Susanne Zeilfelder (eds.), »dat ih dir it nu bi huldi gibu«. Linguistische, germanistische und indogermanistische Studien Rosemarie Lühr gewidmet (Wiesbaden: Reichert), 135–145.

(2017): ‘A Homily Attributed to John Chrysostom (CPG 4640) in a Georgian Palimpsest’, in Francesca P. Barone, Caroline Macé, Pablo A. Ubierna (eds.), Philologie, herméneutique et histoire des textes entre Orient et Occident. Mélanges en hommage à Sever J. Voicu (Turnhout: Brepols; Instrumenta Patristica et Medievalia, 73), 895–927.

(2016): ‘The Georgian Version of The Life of St. Sabbas – New Light from Mt. Athos’, in Gelatis Mecnierebata Aḳademiis Šromebi / Gelati Academy of Sciences Proceedings, 2, 119–130.

(2016): Mravaltavi – A Special Type of Old Georgian Multiple-Text Manuscripts ’, in Michael Friedrich, Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries: Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 47–92.

(2016): ‘The Albanian Inscriptions Revisited’, in The European Azerbaijan Society (ed.), Religions in the Caucasus: A collection of essays and articles (Baku: TEAS Press), 75–87.

(2015): ‘Digital Approaches to Oriental Manuscript Studies’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 12–27.

(2015): ‘Caucasian Albanian Manuscripts’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 43.

(2015): ‘Georgian Manuscripts’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 49–51.

(2015): ‘Georgian Codicology’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 175–186.

with Alessandro Mengozzi, Caroline Macé, Alessandro Bausi, Lara Sels (2015): ‘Textual Criticism and Text Editing: Introduction’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 175–186.

(2015): ‘Palimpsests of Caucasian Provenance. Reflections on Diplomatic Editing’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 403–410.

with Bernard Outtier (2015): ‘Catalogues of Georgian Manuscripts’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 487–489.

(2015): ‘Catalogues and Cataloguing of Oriental Manuscripts in The Digital Age’, in Alessandro Bausi, et al. (eds.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction (Hamburg: ComSt), 531–537.

(2015): ‘Nochmals zur Bauinschrift von Bolnisi’, in Natia Reineck, Ute Rieger (eds.), Kaukasiologie heute. Festschrift für Heinz Fähnrich zum 70. Geburtstag (Jena: Buchverlag König), 155–182.

(2014): ‘Der Fälschung auf der Spur. Inschriften und Handschriften unter der Lupe’, in Iwo Amelung (ed.), Original, Adaption, (Ver-)Fälschung (Frankfurt a. Main: Goethe-Universität), 22–25.

(2014): ‘New Perspectives of (Multi-)Spectral Manuscript Analysis’, in Christian Brockmann, Daniel Deckers, Lutz Koch, Stefano Valente (eds.), Handschriften- und Textforschung heute. Zur Überlieferung der griechischen Literatur. Festschrift für Dieter Harlfinger aus Anlass seines 70. Geburtstages (Wiesbaden: Reichert), 165–176.

(2013): ‘A Glimpse into the Buddhist Past of the Maldives. II. Two Sanskrit Inscriptions’, in Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens, 55: 111–144.

(2013): ‘The Georgian Hagiorites and their Impact on the Centres of Georgian Eruditeness’, in David Muskhelishvili (ed.), Georgian Athonites and Christian Civilization (Religion and Spirituality) (New York: Nova Publishers), 75–83.

(2013): ‘The Gospel Manuscript of Kurashi: A preliminary account’, in Le Muséon, 126: 83–160.

(2012): ‘The Albanian Gospel Manuscript - New Findings’, in s.n., Research Papers of the International scientific conference "The Place and Role of Caucasian Albania in the History of Azerbaijan and Caucasus" (Baku: Nacional'naja Akademija Aviacii), 55–64.

(2011): ‘O en arši anarxos loġos - Greek Verses in Georgian Disguise’, in Johannes Den Heijer, Andrea Schmidt, Tamara Pataridze (eds.), Scripts Beyond Borders. A Survey of Allographic Traditions in the Euro–Mediterranean World (Louvain-la-Neuve: Université catholique de Louvain. Institut orientaliste; Publications de l'Institut orientaliste de Louvain, 62), 555–601.

(2011): ‘Fragments of St. John's Gospel in the Language of the Caucasian Albanians’, in Christian Amphoux, James Keith Elliott, Bernard Outtier (eds.), Textual Research on the Psalms and Gospels. / Recherches textuelles sur les psaumes et les évangiles (Leiden: Brill), 237–244.

(2011): ‘The script of the Caucasian Albanians in the light of the Sinai palimpsests’, in Werner Seibt, Johannes Preiser- Kapeller (eds.), Die Entstehung der kaukasischen Alphabete als kulturhistorisches Phänomen. The Creation of the Caucasian Alphabets as Phenomenon of Cultural History. Referate des Internationalen Symposiums (Wien, 1.-4. Dezember 2005) (Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften; Veröffentlichungen zur Byzanzforschung, 28), 39–50.


Gori, Alessandro

(2017): ‘Seven Gravestones at the Muslim Tana Baru Cemetery in Cape Town: A Descriptive Note’, in Andrea Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili (eds.), The Arts and Crafts of Literacy: Islamic Manuscript Cultures in Sub-Saharan Africa (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 12), 313–330.

(2016): ‘Some Observations on Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts in the Islamic Tradition of the Horn of Africa ’, in Michael Friedrich and Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries – Composite and Multiple Text Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 155–170.


Grabowsky, Volker

(2017): ‘Anisong through religious donations: The case of the Phaya Sekòng manuscript from Müang Sing (Laos)’, in Chiang Mai University, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Thai Studies, 15–18 July 2017 (Chiang Mai: n.p.), XX–XX.

(2017): ‘The Buddhist Culture of the Tai in Southwestern Yunnan as Reflected in Recent Manuscripts’, in Chiang Mai (ed.), Laos and Beyond: Festschrift in Honour of Martin Stuart-Fox (Copenhagen: NIAS Press), XX–XX.

with Bounleuth Sengsoulin (2016): New Insights into Lao Buddhist Manuscript Culture: A Catalogue of Manuscripts kept in the monk's abode (kuti) of Pha Khamchan Virachitto (1920-2007), the Late Abbot of Vat Saen Sukharam, Luan Prabang (New York: Anantha Publishing; Hamburger Südostasienstudien, 14).

with Hans Georg Berger (2015): The Lao Sangha and Modernity: Research at the Buddhist Archives of Luang Prabang 2005-2015 (New York: Anantha Publishing).

with Peera Panarut (2015): ‘Overview of Thai Manuscripts at the Nordseemuseum (Nissenhaus) in Husum, Germany’, The Journal of the Siam Society, 103, 199–234..

with Khamvone Boulyaphonh (2015): ‘Multi-faceted Perspectives on the Buddhist Archives of Luang Prabang: The Case of the Chaṭṭha Saṅhāyana and the Buddhist Jayanti’, in Volker Grabowsky and Hans Georg Berger (eds.), The Lao Sangha and Modernity. Research at the Buddhist Archives of Luang Prabang 2005-2015 (New York: Anantha Publishing), 219–248.

with Apiradee Techasiriwan (2014): ‘Buddhist worldview as reflected in inscriptions of Buddha images and colophons of Buddhist manuscripts from Tai Lü areas in Northern Laos’, Aséanie, 32: 28 pp.

with Apiradee Techasiriwan (2013): ‘Tai Lü Identities in the Upper Mekong valley: Glimpses From Mulberry Paper Manuscripts’, Aséanie, 31: 11–54.

(2013): ‘Buddhistische Klosterstiftungen in Lan Na und Lan Sang (14. bis 17. Jahrhundert’, in Barbara Schuler (ed.), Stifter und Mäzene und ihre Rolle in der Religion. Von Königen, Mönchen, Vordenkern und Laien in Indien, China und anderen Kulturen (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz), 59–96.

with Foon Ming Liew-Herres and Renoo Wichasin (2012): Chronicle of Sipsòng Panna: History and Society of a Tai Lü Kingdom, Twelfth to Twentieth Century. Chiang Mai: Mekong Press, (xxi + 404 pp.).

(2011): ‘The Dhamma Script Cultural Domain as a Contested Space in the Tai-Lao World’, The Journal of the Royal Institute of Thailand, 3, 98–112.

(2011): ‘Manuskriptkultur der Tai – Manuscript Culture of the Tai‘, in Jörg. B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Katalog zur Ausstellung ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17. November 2011 – 8. Januar 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 145–156.


Gregorio, Guiseppe de

(in print): ‘Una inedita fonte documentaria per la storia dei monasteri bizantini nel secolo XIII: il frammento originale della cancelleria patriarcale di Costantinopoli Vat. gr. 100 B’, in Christian Gastgeber and Otto Kresten, Sylloge Diplomatico-Palaeographica II. Studien zur byzantinischen Diplomatik und Paläographie (Wien: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften), XX–XX.

(2016): ‘Introduzione scientifica’, in Domenico Surace (ed.), Catalogo dei manoscritti greci della Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma (Rome: Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo), 13–18.

with Giuliana Capriolo and Maria Galante (eds.) (2016), Paola Supino Martini, saggi scelti. Metodi e itinerari di ricerca per una storia della cultura scritta (Salerno: Università degli Studi di Salerno).

(2014): ‘Filone Alessandrino tra Massimo Planude e Giorgio Bullotes. A proposito dei codici Vindob. Suppl. gr. 50, Vat. Urb. gr. 125 e Laur. Plut. 10, 23’, in Christian Brockmann et al. (eds.), Handschriften und Textforschung heute. Zur Überlieferung der griechischen Literatur. Festschrift für Dieter Harlfinger aus Anlass seines 70. Geburtstages (Wiesbaden: L. Reichert), 177–230.

(2013): ‘„P.Hamb. Inv. Nr. 410“; „Kiel, Universitätsbibliothek, Cod. Ms. K. B. 157.4to“; „Lübeck, Stadtbibliothek, Ms. Theol. lat. 2° 101“’, in Christian Brockmann (ed.), Von Homer und Aristoteles bis zum Neuplatonismus. Griechische Handschriften in norddeutschen Sammlungen, Katalog zur Ausstellung in der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 24. September – 1. Dezember 2013, anlässlich des VIII. Internationalen Kolloquiums zur Griechischen Paläographie – Universität Hamburg vom 22. – 28. September 2013 (Hamburg: Universität Hamburg, Institut für Griechische und Lateinische Philologie), 12–14, 96–104.

with Maria Galante, G. Capriolo, and M. D'Ambrosi (eds.) (2012): La produzione scritta tecnica e scientifica nel Medioevo: libro e documento tra scuole e professioni, Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio dell’Associazione Italiana dei Paleografi e Diplomatisti, Fisciano – Salerno (28-30 settembre 2009) (Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo; Studi e Ricerche, 5).

(2012): ‘Spigolature dai codici greci della Biblioteca Nazionale di Roma: un volume della fine del XVI secolo fra Collegio Greco e Collegio Romano (Fondo Greci 13)’, in Cherubini, P., and G. Nicolaj, Sit liber gratus, quem servulus est operatus. Studi in onore di Alessandro Pratesi per il suo 90° compleanno (Città del Vaticano: Scuola Vaticana di Paleografia, Diplomatica e Archivistica; Littera Antiqua, 19), vol. II, 1059–1090.


Gurtmann, Hadiya

(2012): ‘Ein Koran über dem Koran. Wozu die Mühe? / A Qur’an written over the Qur’an – why making the effort?’ In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 01/2012.


Gurung, Kalsang Norbu

(2013): ‘Where to look for the Origins of Zhang zhung-related Script?’, in The Journal of the International Association for Bon Research: New Horizons in Bon Studies, 3 (1): 99–174.

(2013): ‘Unsolved 'bon' puzzle: A survey of the classical definitions of the word 'bon'’, in 神戸市外国語大学外国学研究所研究年報, 51: 125–136.

(2011): ‘Bon monastic discipline and the life and lineage of the great master dGongs pa rab gsal (9th-10th century AD)’, in Henk Blezer (ed.), Emerging Bon : the formation of Bon traditions in Tibet at the turn of the first millenium AD : PIATS 2006: Tibetian studies: proceedings of the eleventh seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Königswinter 2006 (Andiast : IITBS).

(2011): The Emergence of a Myth: In search of the origins of the life story of Shenrab Miwo, the founder of Bon, Dissertation, University of Leiden.


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Hahn, Oliver

with Tea Ghigo, Olivier Bonnerot, Paola Buzi, Myriam Krutzsch, and Ira Rabin (2018): ‘An Attempt at a Systematic Study of Inks from Coptic Manuscripts’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 157–164.

with Sebastian Bosch, Claudia Colini, Andreas Janke, and Ivan Shevchuk (2018): ‘The Atri Fragment Revisited I: Multispectral Imaging and Ink Identification’, in manuscript cultures 11: 141–156.

with Mirjam Geissbühler, Georg Dietz, and Ira Rabin (2018): ‘Advanced Codicological Studies of Cod. germ. 6: Part 2 (Hamburg, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek)’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 133–141.

with Marco Heiles, Ira Rabin (2018): ‘Palaeography and X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Manuscript Production and Censorship of the Fifteenth Century German Manuscript, State and University Library Hamburg, Cod. germ. 1’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 109–132.

with Claudia Colini, Olivier Bonnerot, Simon Steger, Zina Cohen, Tea Ghigo, Thomas Christiansen, Marina Bicchieri, Paola Biocca, Myriam Krutzsch, and Ira Rabin (2018): ‘The Quest for the Mixed Inks’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 41–48.

with Zina Cohen, Judith Olszowy-Schlanger and Ira Rabin (2017): ‘Composition Analysis of Writing Materials in Geniza Fragments’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.): ‘Jewish Manuscript Cultures: New Perspectives’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 13), 323–338.

with Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst, Michael Friedrich, Agnieszka Helman-Ważny, Renate Nöller, Simone-Christiane Raschmann (2016): ‘Scientific methods for philological scholarship: Pigment and paperanalyses in the field of manuscriptology’, Journal of Cultural Heritage, 17: 7–13.

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Volker Märgner, Ira Rabin, and H. Siegfried Stiehl (2016): Book of abstracts, Conference Programme: Second International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, 29 February-2 March 2016 (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).

with Orna Almogi, Emanuel Kindzorra and Ira Rabin (2015): ‘Inks, Pigments, Paper: In Quest of unveiling the History of the Production of a Tibetan Buddhist Manuscript Collection from the Tibetan‐Nepalese Borderlands’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 93–117.

with Martin Delhey, Emanuel Kindzorra and Ira Rabin (2015): ‘Material Analysis of Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts Preserved in Nepal’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 119–151

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn and Bernd Neumann (eds.) (2014): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis = manuscript cultures 7.

with Mirjam Geissbühler and Ira Rabin (2014): ‘Combining Codicology and X-Ray Spectrometry to Unveil the History of Production of Codex germanicus 6, SUB Hamburg’, in manuscript cultures 7: 126-131.

with Ira Rabin (2014): ‘Tintenarten in mittelalterlichen hebräischen Manuskripten: eine typologische Studie’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.): Tora – Talmud – Siddur. Hebräische Handschriften der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg = manuscript cultures 6: 107–119.

with Denis Nosnitsin, Emanuel Kindzorra and Ira Rabin (2014): ‘A Study Manuscript from Quaqama (Tegray Ethiopia)’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies (COMSt) Newsletter, 7: 28–32.

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Ira Rabin and Bernd Neumann (eds.) (2013): Book of abstracts - conference programme. International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), 4 - 6 December 2013. (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).

with Ira Rabin (2013): ‘Characterization of the Dead Sea Scrolls by advanced analytical techniques’, Analytical Methods, 5/18: 4648–4654. (DOI: 10.1039/c3ay41076e)

with Emanuel Kindzorra and Ira Rabin (2012/13): ‘A Study of Manuscripts: a Natural Scientist’s Approach’, in manuscript cultures 5: 103–115.

with Ira Rabin (2012): ‘Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibitions around the World: Reasons for Concern’, Restaurator, 33: 101–121.

with Simone Pentzien, Ira Rabin and Robert Sablatnig (2012): ‘Can Modern Technologies Defeat Nazi Censorship?’, in Proceedings of the 11th international Conference on Computer Vision – Vol. 2 (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-37484-5_2).

with Ira Rabin, Roman Schütz, Anka Kohl, Timo Wolff, Road Tagle, Simone Pentzien, and Stephen Emmel (2012): ‘Identification and classification of historical writing inks in spectroscopy: a methodological overview’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies (COMSt) Newsletter, 3: 26–30.

with Timo Wolff, Ira Rabin, Ioanna Mantouvalou, Birgit Kanngießer, Wolfgang Malzer, and Emanuel Kindzorra(2012): ‘Provenance studies on Dead Sea scrolls parchment by means of quantitative micro-XRF’, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 402/4: 1493–1503.

with Georg Dietz, Thomas Ketelsen, Manfred Hoss, Olaf Simon, Carsten Wintermann, Timo Wolff, and Ira Rabin (2012): ‘The Egmont master phenomenon: X-ray fluorescence spectrometric and paper studies for art history research’, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 402/4: 1505–1515.


Harter-Uibopuu, Kaja

(2015): ‘Stadt und Stifter – Rechtshistorische Einblicke in die Struktur und Verwaltung hellenistischer und kaiserzeitlicher Stiftungen’, in Sitta von Raden (ed.), Stiftungen zwischen Politik und Wirtschaft: Geschichte und Gegenwart im Dialog (München: De Gruyter Oldenbourg), 177–204.

(2014): ‘Tote soll man ruhen lassen ... Verbote und Strafen zur Sicherung von Gräbern am Beispiel der Inschrift von Ephesos’, in Josef Fischer (ed.), Der Beitrag Kleinasiens zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte der griechisch-römischen Antike (Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss), 157–180.

with Karin Wiedergut (2014): ‘"Kein anderer soll hier bestattet werden" – Grabschutz im kaiserzeitlichen Milet’, in Gerhard Thür (ed.), Grabrituale : Tod und Jenseits in Frühgeschichte und Alterum ; Akten der 3. Tagung des Zentrums Archäologie und Altertumswissenschaften an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 21. - 22. März 2010 (Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. der Wiss), 147–171.

(2013): ‘Auf dass Ehren ewig währen – Epigraphische Zeugnisse zum Schutz von Auszeichnungen’, in Rupert Breitwieser, Herbert Grassl, Monika Frass, Georg Nightingale (eds.), Calamus : Festschrift für Herbert Graßl zum 65. Geburtstag (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz; Philippika: Marburger altertumskundliche Abhandlungen, 57), 245–260.

(2013): ‘Epigraphische Quellen zum Archivwesen in den griechischen Poleis des ausgehenden Hellenismus und der Kaiserzeit’, in Michele Faraguna (ed.), Archives and Archival Documents in Ancient Societies (Trieste 30 September - 1 October 2011) (Triest: Graeca tergestina), 273–305.


Heiles, Marco

(2018): ‘Die Büchersammlung Rudolf Husenecks in Basel 1513’, in Archivalia.

(2018): ‘Handschriftenbeschreibung: Hamburg, Universitäts- und Staatsbibliothek, Cod. germ. 1’, in Manuscripta Mediaevalia.

(2018): ‘Abschließbare Bücher des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit’, in Einbandforschung, 46: 6–19.

(2018): Das Losbuch. Manuskriptologie einer Textsorte des 14. bis 16. Jahrhunderts (Köln: Böhlau; Beihefte zum Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, 83).

(2018): ‘Deutschsprachige Losbücher ’, in Archivalia.

(2018): ‘Das Wunderbare in der deutschsprachigen Rezeptliteratur des 15. Jahrhunderts’, in Stefanie Kreuzer and Uwe Durst (eds.), Das Wunderbare. Dimensionen eines Phänomens in Kunst und Kultur (Paderborn: Fink; Traum – Wissen – Erzählen, 3), 233–250.

(2018): ‘geomancia hais ich. Die geomantisch-astrologische Sammelhandschrift Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Broxbourne 84.3’, in Mittelalter. Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 1: 179–209.

(2018): ‘Heinrich Kaufringer Bibliographie 1809–2017’, in Mittelalter. Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte.

(2018): ‘Freiburg, Universitätsbibliothek, HS. 1500,7. Vorläufige Beschreibung (17. Febr. 2015)’, http://dl.ub.uni-freiburg.de/sammlung7/werk/pdf/hs1500-7.pdf.

with Oliver Hahn, Ira Rabin (2018): ‘Palaeography and X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Manuscript Production and Censorship of the Fifteenth Century German Manuscript, State and University Library Hamburg, Cod. germ. 1’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 109–132.

(2018): ‘Die Farb- und Tintenrezepte des Cod. germ. 1 der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg und ihre Vorlagen’, in Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung und Rezeptionsgeschichte, 1: 13–61.

(2016): Multiple-text-manuscripts in Medieval German Scientific Literature: Studied on the Example of Geomantic Manuscripts of the late 15th Century, Dissertation, University of Hamburg.

(2015): ‘Eine bisher unbeachtete deutsche Chiromantie in der Landesbibliothek Linz’, in Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur.

(2014): ‘The Medial Determination of German Edition Philology’, in Hannes Bajohr, Benjamin Dorvel, Vincent Hessling and Tabea Weitz (eds.), The Future of Philology. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Columbia University German Graduate Student Conference. Newcastle upon Tyne, 183–193.

(2014): ‘Seelenheil und Prüderie. Zensur in einer deutschsprachigen Handschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts / Salvation of the soul and prudery Censoring a 15th-century German-language manuscript’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 12/2014.

(2011): ‘Der Solothurner Codex S 490: eine “Küchenmeisterrei”-Abschrift’, in Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur, 141: 501–504.


Heinzer, Felix

(2019): ‘Morgenröte im Treppenhaus. Beobachtungen zu Ave consurgens aurora im Festoffizium von Le Puy’, in Thomas Drescher and Martin Kirnbauer (eds.), Beredte Musik. Konversationen zum 80. Geburtstag von Wulf Arlt (Basel:Schwabe; Schola Cantorum Basiliensis - Scripta, 8), 153–166.

(2017): ‘Schreiblandschaften an Oberrhein und Bodensee. Entwicklungsdynamiken früh- und hochmittelalterlicher Buch- und Schriftkultur im deutschen Südwesten’, in Sebastian Brather and Jürgen Dendorfer (eds.), Grenzen, Räume und Identitäten. Der Oberrhein und seine Nachbarregionen von der Antike bis zum Hochmittelalter (Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke; Archäologie und Geschichte. Freiburger Forschungen zum ersten Jahrtausend, 22), 303–322.

(2017):‘Medial Ambiguity: Liturgical Books of the Latin Church and their Changing Status in Mediaeval Tradition’, in manuscript cultures 10: 31–50.

with Jörn Leonhard, Ralf von den Hoff (eds.) (2017): Sakralität und Heldentum. Zum Relationsgeflecht von Heroischem und Religiösem (Würzburg).

with Thomas Zotz (eds.) (2016): Hermann der Lahme. Reichenauer Mönch und Universalgelehrter des 11. Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer; Veröffentlichungen der Kommission für geschichtliche Landeskunde, Reihe B: Forschungen 208).

(2016): ‘Herman in Hirsau? Zur Verbreitung von Hermanns Sequenzen’, in Felix Heinzer, Thomas Zotz and Hans-Peter Schmit (eds.), Hermann der Lahme. Reichenauer Mönch und Universalgelehrter des 11. Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer; Veröffentlichungen der Kommission für geschichtliche Landeskunde, Reihe B: Forschungen, 208), 149–173.

(2016): ‘Gräber, Geister und Gesichte. Literarische Reflexe der Kirchenbestattung in Mirakelgeschichten von Gregor d. Großen bis ins 13. Jahrhundert’, in Jörg Jarnut et al. (eds.), Gräber im Kirchenraum (München : Fink; Mittelalter Studien des Instituts zur Interdisziplinären Erforschung des Mittelalters und seines Nachwirkens , 26), 45–46.

(2016): ‘Wissen und Weisheit im Frauenkloster. Der Hortus Deliciarum Herrads von Hohenburg als Zeugnis hochmittelalterlicher Bildungsgeschichte’, in Ursula Huggle and Heinz Krieg (eds.), Schule und Bildung am Oberrhein in Mittellater und Neuzeit (Tagung Neuenburg 10.-11. Oktober 2014) (Freiburg: Karl Alber), 11–23.

(2016): ‘‚Le sue immagini fanno in bronzo, in oro, in cammei, in stampa...'. Ein druckgraphisches Bildnis Savonarolas im Kampf um Destruktion und Sicherung seines Fortlebens’, in Achim Aurnhammer u. Ulrich Bröckling (eds.), Vom Weihegefäß zur Drohne. Kulturen des Heroischen und ihre Objekte (Würzburg: Ergon; Helden – Heroisierungen – Heroismen, 4), 103–116.

(2015): ‘Buch und Präsenz im Ritus der lateinischen Kirche’, in Klaus Oschema, Ludger Lieb and Johannes Heil (eds.), Abrahams Erbe. Konkurrenz, Konflikt und Koexistenz der Religionen im europäischen Mittelalter (Berlin: De Gruyter; Das Mittelalter. Perspektiven mediävistischer Forschung, 2), 197–208.

(2015): ‘Poesie als politische Theologie. Texte und Kontexte der liturgischen Verehrung König Ludwigs des Heiligen’, in Francia, 42: 73–92.

with Ralf von den Hoff, Hans W. Hubert, Anna Schreurs-Morét (eds.) (2015): Imitatio heroica. Heldenangleichung im Bildnis (Würzburg; Helden - Heroisierungen - Heroismen 1 ).

with Hans-Peter Schmit (eds.) (2015): Codex und Geltung (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz; Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien 30).

(2014): ‘Claustrum non manufactum – Innenräume normativer Schriftlichkeit’, in Patricia Carmassi (ed.), Schriftkultur und religiöse Zentren im norddeutschen Raum (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz; Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien, 24), 141–165.

with Stephen Mossman, Nigel F. Palmer(2012): Lesen und Schreiben in der Stadt. Literaturbetrieb im spätmittelalterlichen Straßburg (Berlin: De Gruyter; Kulturtopographie des alemannischen Raums 4).


Helman-Ważny, Agnieszka

with Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Renate Nöller, and Simone–Christiane Raschmann (2016): ʻScientific methods of philological scholarship: Pigment and paper analyses in the field of manuscriptologyʼ, in Journal of Cultural Heritage, 17: 7–13.

(2016): ʻMore than meets the eye: Fibre and Paper Analysis of the Chinese Manuscripts from the Silk Roadsʼ, in STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research, 2/2: 1–14.

(2016): ʻOverview of Tibetan Paper and Papermaking: History, Raw Materials, Techniques and Fibre Analysisʼ, in Orna Almogi (ed.), Tibetan Manuscript and Xylograph Traditions (Hamburg: Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, Universität Hamburg, Indian and Tibetan Studies, 4), 171–196.

(2016): ʻThe Choice of Materials in Early Tibetan Printed Booksʼ, in Hildegard Diemberger, Karl Ehrhard and Peter F. Kornicki (eds.), Tibetan Printing: Comparison, Continuities, and Change (Leiden/Boston: Brill, Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library 39), 532–554.

with Liubov Kriakina and Alexander Zorin (2015): ʻThe First Tibetan Leaves Acquired by the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences: Conservation Issues, Contents and Paper Analysisʼ, in Written Monuments of the Orient, 2: 61–76.

(2015): ʻHealing Artefacts: Tibetan Pharmacopeia from the Ethnographic Museum in Krakówʼ, in Charles Ramble and Ulrike Roesler (eds.), Tibetan and Himalyan Healing: an Anthology for Anthony Aris compiled by Charles Ramble and Ulrike Roesler (Frederick: Vajra Books), 331–346.

with Sam van Schaik and Renate Nöller (2015): ʻWriting, apinting and sketching at Dunhuang: Assessing the materiality and function of early Tibetan manuscripts and ritual itemsʼ, in Journal of Archaeological Science, 53: 110–132.

(2015): ‘Writing, painting and sketching at Dunhuang: assessing the materiality and function of early Tibetan manuscripts and ritual items’, in Journal of Archaeological Science, 53: 110–132.

(2014): The archaeology of Tibetan books (Leiden: Brill; Brill's Tibetan Studies Library, 36).

with Józef Dąbrowski (2014): ʻHanji Paper – Unique technologies of ancient Korean craftʼ, in Agnieszka Helman–Ważny (ed.), Korea Art and Artistic Relations with Europe (Warsaw–Torun: Polish Institute of World Art Studies & Tako Publishing House), 37–47.

(2014): ‘Tibetan manuscripts: Between History and Science’, in Jörg B. Quenzer, Dmitry Bondarev, and Jan–Ulrich Sobisch (eds.), Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1), 275–298.

(2014): ʻTibetan paper and other supportsʼ, in Hildegard Diemberger, Mark Elliott, and Michela Clemente (eds.), Buddha’s Word. The Life of Books in Tibet and Beyond (Cambridge: University of Cambridge), 98–102.

with Sam van Schaik (2013): ʻWitness for Tibetan Craftsmanship: Bringing together Paper Analysis, Palaeography and Codicology in the Examination of the Earliest Tibetan Manuscriptsʼ, in Archaeometry, 55/4: 707–741.

with Renate Nöller (2013): ʻThe Materials of Turfan and Dunhuang Manuscripts: Analysis of paper, Pigments and Dyesʼ, in IDP News, 41: 6–7.

(2013): ‘Witnesses for Tibetan Craftmanship: Bringing together paper analysis, palaeography and codicology in the examination of the earliest Tibetan manuscripts’, in Archaeometry, 55/4: 707–741.

(2012/13): ‘The Tibetan Kanjur: Regional Patterns and Preliminary Paper Typology of Manuscripts and Xylographs’, in manuscript cultures, 5: 92–102.

with Elena Pakhoutova (2012): Illuminated: The Art of Sacred Books (New York: Rubin Museum of Art).

with Elena Pakhoutova (2012): ‘Tools of Persuasion. The Art of Sacred Books’, in Orientations: 124–129.

(2011): ʻA Preliminary Study of the Paper of the Diamond Sutra (Or.8210/P.2)ʼ, in IDP News, 38: 6–7.

(2011): ʻDrukarstwo w Tybecie w służbie religiiʼ, in Dariusz Kuźmina (ed.), Political Bibliology (Warsaw: Polish Librarians Assiciation, Science – Didactics – Practice), 34–42.

with Marek Mejor and Thupten Kunga Chashab (2010): A Preliminary Report on the Wanli Kanjur Kept at the Jagiellonian Library, Kraków. (Warsaw: Research Centre of Buddhist Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw; Studia Buddhica, 1).


Helmholz, Karsten

with Antonella Brita, Susanne Hummel, Massimo Villa (2017): ‘Three Collections of Gǝʿǝz Manuscripts Recently Surveyed in Italy: An Inventory’, in AETHIOPICA, 20: 167–189.

(2014): ‘Schwimmen wie ein Samurai – Eine 100 Jahre alte Schriftrolle aus Japan / Swimming Like a Samurai – A 100-year-old Japanese Scroll’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 03/2012.

with Antonella Brita (eds.) (10/2012): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


Hennings, Till

(in print): ‘From Marginal Gloss to Translation: Levels of Glossing in an Early Medieval Manuscript (Munich, Bavarian State Library, Clm 19410)’, in Giovanni Ciotti, Martin Delhey, Stefanie Brinkmann and Stefano Valente (eds.), Education Materialized: Reconstructing Teaching and Learning Contexts through Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, X), XX–XX.

with Philippe Depreux (in print): ‘Teachers and their manuscripts in Carolingian and post-Carolingian times’, in Giovanni Ciotti, Martin Delhey, Stefanie Brinkmann and Stefano Valente (eds.), Education Materialized: Reconstructing Teaching and Learning Contexts through Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, X), XX–XX.

(in print): ‘Notker the Stammerer’s compendium for his pupils’, in Giovanni Ciotti, Martin Delhey, Stefanie Brinkmann and Stefano Valente (eds.), Education Materialized: Reconstructing Teaching and Learning Contexts through Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, X), XX–XX.

with Philippe Depreux (in print): ‘The Salzburg collection (Clm 4650)’, in Giovanni Ciotti, Martin Delhey, Stefanie Brinkmann and Stefano Valente (eds.), Education Materialized: Reconstructing Teaching and Learning Contexts through Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, X), XX–XX.


Herzog, Rainer

with Arved Solth and Bernd Neumann (2014): Text Block Recognition in Multi-oriented Handwritten Documents (Hamburg: TR FBI-HH-B-301/14, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg).

with Arved Solth and Bernd Neumann (2014): ‘A Modular Workbench for Manuscript Analysis‘. In: Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann und Ira Rabin (eds.): Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis = manuscript cultures 7.

with Arved Solth (2014): Klassifizierung von Ligaturen in mittelalterlichen Musikhandschriften (Hamburg: Universität Hamburg, Department Informatik, Mitteilung FBI-HH-M-349).

(2013): Using Harris Corners for the Retrieval of Graphs in Historical Manuscripts. 12th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), doi: 10.1109/ICDAR, 1295–1299.

with A Solth, Oliver Bestmann, Julian Scheel, and Bernd Neumann (2012): ‘Retrieving Writing Patterns From Historical Manuscripts Using Local Descriptors’, Digital Humanities: 288–291.

with Arved Solth and Bernd Neumann (2011): ‘Computerverfahren für den Handschriftenvergleich von Manuskripten’, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.): Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 169–175.

with Bernd Neumann and Arved Solth (2010): Computer-based Stroke Extraction in Historical Manuscripts (Hamburg: Technical Report FBI-HH-B‐296/10, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg).


Huck, Oliver

(2018 in print): ‘Double Motet Layouts in the Montpellier Codex and Contemporaneous Libri motetorum’, in Catherine Bradley and Karen Desmond (eds.), The Montpellier Codex: The Final Fascicle (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer), XX–XX.

(2018): ‘Text und Paratext in der frühen Motette’, in Albrecht Riethmüller (ed.), Archiv für Musikwissenschaft 74, Heft 4: 240–253.

(2015): ‘Motet Layouts in late 13th- and early 14th-century Manuscripts’, in Catherine Bradley and Karen Desmond (eds.), Montpellier 8.

(2015): ‘The Layout of the Early Motet’, Journal of the Alamire Foundation, 7: 11–32.

(2014): ‘I motetti nei frammenti D-Mbs 3223, CCl. 449 e Cortona, Archivio storica del comune 2’, in Marco Gozzi, Agostino Ziino, and Francesco Zimei (eds.), Beyond 50 Years of Ars nova Studies (Lucca; L’ars nova italiana del Trecento, 8), 135–145.

(2011): ‘Deo gracias conclamemus: Zum Fragment einer Musikhandschrift im Codex CCl. 499 der Bibliothek des Augustiner Chorherrenstifts Klosterneuburg’, in Rainer Kleinertz, Christoph Flamm, and Wolf Frobenius (eds.), Musik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance: Festschrift für Klaus-Jürgen Sachs zum 80. Geburtstag (Hildesheim: Olms; Studien zur Geschichte der Musiktheorie, 8), 129-134.


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Isaacson, Harunaga

with Dominic Goodall (eds.)(2016): Tantric Studies: Fruits of a Franco-German project on Early Tantra (Pondicherry: Institut Francais De Pondicherry, Early Tantra Series, 4).

with Dominic Goodall (2016): ‘On the Shared “Ritual Syntax” of the Early Tantric Traditions’, Tantric Studies, 2: 1-76.

with Francesco Sferra (With Contributions by Klaus-Dieter Mathes and Marco Passavanti) (2015): The Sekanirdeśa of Maitreyanātha (Advayavajra) with the Sekanirdeśapañjikā of Rāmapāla: Critical Edition of the Sanskrit and Tibetan Texts with English Translation and Reproductions of the MSS. Manuscripta Buddhica 2. Napoli: Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”.

with Dominic Goodall (2011): ‘Tantric Traditions’, in Jessie Frazier (ed.), The Continuum Companion to Hindu Studies (London: Continuum), 122-137.

(2011): ‘Altinidische Manuskriptkultur - Sanskrit Manuscript Culture‘, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.): Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 101-116.


Ivušić, Branka

(2014): ‘Ein “orientalisches” Manuskript und seine ,europäischen‘ Texte’, in Maria Kozianka and Bettina Bock (eds.), Schleichers Erben – 200 Jahre Forschung zum Baltischen und Slawischen (Hamburg: Baar; Studien zur historisch-vergleichenden Sprachwissenschaft, 6), 89–112.

with Harald Bichlmeier (2013): ‘Zur dialektologischen Einordnung der deutschen Texte einer osmanischen Sammelhandschrift vom Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts’, in Rüdiger Harnisch et al. (eds.), Strömungen in der Entwicklung der Dialekte und ihrer Erforschung (Regensburg: Ed. Vulpes; Regensburger Dialektforum, 19), 365–384.

(2013): ‘Sieben auf einen Streich / Seven in one blow’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 04/2013.

(2012): ‘Die südslawischen Aljamiado-Texte der Wiener Sammelhandschrift Flügel 2006’, Die Welt der Slaven, 57: 380–398.


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Jaengsawang, Silpsupa

(2018): Anisong Manuscripts on the Bun Phawet Festivals in Laos: Studying the Relationship between Manuscripts and Sermons’, in 13th International Conference on Thai Studies: Globalized Thailand? Connectivity, Conflict and Conundrums of Thai Studies 15-18 July 2017, Chiang Mai, Thailand – Proceedings Volume 2 H-K (Chiang Mai: Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University), 590–611.


Janke, Andreas

with Sebastian Bosch, Claudia Colini, Oliver Hahn, and Ivan Shevchuk (2018): ‘The Atri Fragment Revisited I: Multispectral Imaging and Ink Identification’, in manuscript cultures 11: 141–156.

(2017): ‘Mazzuoli’, in Laurenz Lütteken (ed.), MGG Online (Kassel, Stuttgart, New York).

(2017): ‘Ugolino von Orvieto’, in Laurenz Lütteken (ed.), MGG Online (Kassel, Stuttgart, New York). (Majorly updated Article originally written by Karl-Werner Gümpel)

(2017): Review of Ein Kleid aus Noten. Mittelalterliche Basler Choralhandschriften als Bucheinbände. Hrsg. von Matteo NANNI, Caroline SCHÄRLI und Florian EFFELSBERG (Basel: Schwabe Verlag 2014), Die Musikforschung, 70/2: 171-172.

(2016): Die Kompositionen von Giovanni Mazzuoli, Piero Mazzuoli und Ugolino da Orvieto im San-Lorenzo-Palimpsest (ASL 2211) (Hildesheim: Georg Olms; Musica Mensurabilis, 7), Dissertation Universiät Hamburg.

- Review of the book by Signe Rotter-Broman (2018): ‘The San Lorenzo Palimpsest. Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211’, Die Musikforschung, 71: 69–71.

- Review of the book by Margaret Bent (2017): ‘The San Lorenzo Palimpsest. Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211’, Plainsong & Medieval Music, 26: 186–198.

- Review of the Dissertation by Francesco Zimei (2016): ‘Ars nova disvelata. Sulla restituzione digitale del palinsesto San Lorenzo 2211 alla luce di due studi recentemente pubblicati’, Recercare, 28/1-2: 219-231.

with Nádas John (eds.) (2016): The San Lorenzo Palimpsest: Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211: Introductory Study and Multispectral Images, 2 Vols., Vol. 1: Introductory Study, Vol. 2: Multispectral Images (Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana; Ars nova N.S., 4).

- Review of the book by Michelangelo Gabbrielli (2018): ‘The San Lorenzo Palimpsest. Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211’, Revista internatuinale di Musica sacra, XXXIX (2018: 1-2): 219-231.

- Review of the book by Signe Rotter-Broman (2018): ‘The San Lorenzo Palimpsest. Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211’, Die Musikforschung, 71: 69–71.

- Review of the book by Margaret Bent (2017): ‘The San Lorenzo Palimpsest. Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo Ms. 2211’, Plainsong & Medieval Music, 26: 186–198.

- Review of the book by Francesco Zimei (2016): ‘Ars nova disvelata. Sulla restituzione digitale del palinsesto San Lorenzo 2211 alla luce di due studi recentemente pubblicati’, Recercare, 28/1-2: 219-231.

with Friedrich Geiger (ed.) (2015): Venedig - Luigi Nono und die komponierte Stadt: zur musikalischen Präsenz und diskursiven Funktion der Serenissima (Münster: Waxmann).

- Review of Venedig - Luigi Nono und die komponierte Stadt: zur musikalischen Präsenz und diskursiven Funktion der Serenissima by Stefan Drees (2017) in Die Tonkunst, 11/2: 222-225.

with Nádas John (2015): ‘New Insights into the Florentine Transmission of the Songs of Antonio Zacara da Teramo’, Studi musicali: rivista semestrale di studi musicologici, 6/2: 197-214.

(2014): ‘Giovanni e Piero Mazzuoli. Due compositori del tardo trecento’, in Francesco Zimei, Agostino Ziino und Marco Gozzi (eds.), Beyond 50 years of ars nova studies at Certaldo: 1959–2009. Atti del convegno internazionale di studi (Certaldo 12–14 giugno) (Lucca), 241–253.

with Claire MacDonald (2014): ‘Multispectral Imaging of the San Lorenzo Palimpsest (Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo, Ms. 2211)’, in Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann and Ira Rabin (eds.): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis = manuscript cultures 7: 113–124.

(2013): Review of Manfred Hermann Schmid, Notationskunde, Schrift und Komposition 900–1900 (= Bärenreiter Studienbücher Musik 18), Kassel 2012, Die Tonkunst, 7: 138–140.

(2013): ‘Florenz’, in Günther Massenkeil und Michael Zywietz : Lexikon der Kirchenmusik (Laaber; = Enzyklopädie der Kirchenmusik, 6/1), 368–373.

(2013): ‘Jacopone da Todi’, in Günther Massenkeil und Michael Zywietz (eds.): Lexikon der Kirchenmusik (Laaber; = Enzyklopädie der Kirchenmusik, 6/1), 579–580.

(2013): ‘Ugolino da Orvieto’, in Günther Massenkeil und Michael Zywietz (eds.): Lexikon der Kirchenmusik (Laaber; = Enzyklopädie der Kirchenmusik, 6/1), 1327.

(2013): ‘,Hoc enim in plano cantu raro videtur contingere. Modus und Mehrstimmigkeit im späten Trecento’, in Jochen Brieger (ed.): Das modale System im Spannungfeld zwischen Theorie und Praxis (Frankfurt am Main; Hamburger Jahrbuch für Musikwissenschaft, 29), 55–67.

(2012): Review of The Calligraphy of Medieval Music (= Musicalia Medii Aevi 1), ed. John Haines, Turnout 2011, Die Tonkunst, 6: 398–400.


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Karlsson, Jonas

(in print): ‘Characteristics of Some Turkic Garshuni Texts Preserved in an 18th Century Chaldean Prayer Book’, in Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 7 (2-3): 4–20.

(2015): ‘Den helige Johannes av Dailam och hans orientaliska liv’, in Carl Johan Berglund and Daniel Gustafsson (eds.), Ad Fontes. Festskrift till Olof Andrén på 100-årsdagen (Skellefteå: Artos), 229–241.


Karolewski, Janina

(2017): ‘Discovering Alevi Rituals by Analysing Manuscripts: Buyruk Texts and Individual Notebooks’, in Robert Langer, Johannes Zimmermann, Michael Ursinus (eds.), Reception Processes of Alevi Ritual (Frankfurt a.M. : Lang Verlag; Heidelberger Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des Vorderen Orients).

with Yavuz Köse (eds.) (2016): Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 - 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9.

(2016): ‘Kalligramme und Siegel in Gebetbüchlein - Calligrams and Seals in Prayer Books’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 – 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9, 114–117.

with Max Fölster (2015): ‘Questionnaire for the Study of Manuscript Collections (Towards a Typology of Manuscript Collections)’, in CSMC – Occasional Paper 4, 1–4.

(2015): ‘The Collection of Gürgür Dede from Malatya, Turkey’, in CSMC – Occasional Paper 4, 5–16.

(2015): ‘Ritual Text and Music in Turkish Alevism. Dimensions of Transmission and Bearers of Knowledge’, in Hendrik Schulze (ed.), Musical Text as Ritual Object (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers), 91–110.

(2015): ‘Approaching Alevi Ritual Practice Through Manuscripts: Buyruk Texts and Individual Guidebooks’, in Robert Langer, Johannes Zimmermann, and Michael Ursinus (eds.): Reception Pro-cesses of Alevi Ritual (Frankfurt a. M.: Lang Verlag; Heidelberger Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des Vorderen Orients).

(2014): ‘Manuskripte, gesungene Dichtung und Langhalslaute als Aufbewahrungsorte: Vermittlung und Vergegenwärtigung von Wissen im anatolischen Alevitentum’, in Katharina Hoins, Thomas Kühn, and Johannes Müske (eds.): Schnittstellen: Die Gegenwart des Abwesenden (Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag; Schriftenreihe der Iser-Lohmann-Siems Stiftung, 7), 172–193.

(2013): ‘Verborgene Heilige und Buchbinder / Invisible Saints and Bookbinders’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


Kebede, Gidena Mesfin

(2017): Ethiopian Abǝnnät Manuscripts: Organizational Structure, Language Use, and Orality, Dissertation, University of Hamburg.

(2015). ‘Between “hədmo” and “däbri”: Oral Literature as a Correlate of Power in Tǝgray (Ethiopia)’, in Dirk Bustorf, Sophia Dege, and Alexander Meckelburg (eds.): Oral Tradition in Ethiopian Studies: Supplement to AETHIOPICA – International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies.

(2013): ‘Notizen sind der Schlüssel / Notes are the key’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 09/2013.


Kern, Margit

with Klaus Krüger (eds.) (2017, in print): Transcultural Imaginations of the Sacred (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink; Berliner Schriften zur Kunst).

(2017, in print): ‘Transcultural Imaginations of the Sacred: Changing Perceptions of Alterity in Processes of Cultural Negotiation’, in Margit Kern and Klaus Krüger (eds.), Transcultural Imaginations of the Sacred (Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink; Berliner Schriften zur Kunst).

(2016): ‘Transkulturelle Imaginationen des Helden im 19. Jahrhundert: “Tlahuicole auf dem Opferstein” von Manuel Vilar (1851)’, in Henrik Karge and Bruno Klein (eds.), 1810 - 1910 - 2010: independencias dependientes: Kunst und nationale Identitäten in Lateinamerika / 1810 - 1910 - 2010: independencias dependientes: arte e identidades nacionales en América (Frankfurt a. M.: Vervuert; Ars Iberica et Americana, 17), 303-316.

(2013): Transkulturelle Imaginationen des Opfers in der Frühen Neuzeit. Übersetzungsprozesse zwischen Mexiko und Europa (München/Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag).

(2013): ‘Liminalität’, in Christian Posthofen et al. (eds.), Kunst – Begriffe der Gegenwart. Von Allegorie bis Zip (Köln: König, Walther; Kunstwissenschaftliche Bibliothek, 50), 147–151.

(2013): ‘Bildende Kunst’, ‘Frühe Neuzeit’, in Silke Hensel and Barbara Potthast (eds.), Das Lateinamerika-Lexikon (Wuppertal: Hammer), 30–32.

(2013): ‘Transcultural Negotiation in Early Modern Era Art? The Pre-Columbian Blood Sacrifice Bowl at the Foot of the Stone Cross in Cuernavaca, Mexico’, in The Challenge of the Object. 33rd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art (Nuremberg: Verlag des Germanischen Nationalmuseums; Wissenschaftlicher Beiband zum Anzeiger des Germanischen Nationalmuseums, 32), Bd. 1, 211–215.

(2013): ‘Imaginaciones transculturales del sacrificio en la pintura española del Siglo de Oro’, in Víctor Míngez (ed.), Las artes y la arquitectura del poder. XIX. Congreso Nacional de Historia del Arte. CEHA, Universitat Jaume I. Castellón, Castelló de la Plana, 2008–2015. (http://dx.doi.org/10.6035/Arte.XIX.CEHA.2013).


Kienitz, Sabine

with Alessandro Bausi, Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich (eds.) (2018): Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11).

(2013): ‘Von Akten, Akteuren und Archiven. Eine kleine Polemik’, Kieler Blätter zur Volkskunde, 45: 69–82.


Kindzorra, Emmanuel

with Orna Almogi, Emanuel Kindzorra and Ira Rabin (2015): ‘Inks, Pigments, Paper: In Quest of unveiling the History of the Production of a Tibetan Buddhist Manuscript Collection from the Tibetan‐Nepalese Borderlands’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 93-117.

with Martin Delhey and Ira Rabin (2015): ‘Material Analysis of Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts Preserved in Nepal’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36.: 119-151.

with D. Nosnitsin, O. Hahn, and I. Rabin (2014): ‘A Study Manuscript from Quaqama (Tegray Ethiopia)’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies (COMSt) Newsletter, 7: 28–32.

with Oliver Hahn and Ira Rabin (2012/13): ‘A Study of Manuscripts: a Natural Scientist's Approach”, in manuscript cultures 5: 103–115.

with T. Wolff, I. Rabin, I. Mantouvalou, B. Kanngießer, W. Malzer, and O. Hahn (2012): ‘Provenance studies on Dead Sea scrolls parchment by means of quantitative micro-XRF’, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 402/4: 1493–1503.


Klebanov, Andrey

(2013): Review of: Liyanaratne, Jinadasa (ed.): Bhesajjamañjūsā Vol. II Chapter 19– 60. Oxford: The Pali Text Society, 2009, Orientalische Literaturzeitung, 108: 58–60.


Kohs, Michael

(2017): ‘The Interplay of Images and Writing in Mafteaḥ Shelomoh: Two Experiments for Escaping from Prison’, European Journal of Jewish Studies, 11: 1-23.

(2016): ‘“Denn man hat schon aus ihm gestohlen, es beschmutzt und es nicht in Ehren gehalten” / “For it has already been stolen from, soiled and dishonoured”’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 03/2016.


Konidaris, Thomas

with Anastasios L. Kesidis, Basilis Gatos (2016): ‘A segmentation-free word spotting method for historical printed documents’, in Pattern Analysis and Applications, 19 (4): 963–976.


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Lau, Ulrich

with Thies Staack (2016): Legal Practice in the Formative Stages of the Chinese Empire: An Annotated Translation of the Exemplary Qin Criminal Cases from the Yuelu Academy Collection (Leiden: Brill).


Li, Jingrong

(2014): The Ernian lü ling Manuscript, Dissertation, University of Hamburg.


Lin, Hang

with Giovanni Ciotti (eds.) (2015): Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7).

(2016): ‘Looking Inside the Cover: Reconstructing Space and Time of Some Donglin Manuscript’, in Giovanni Ciotti and Hang Lin (eds.), Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7), 131–159.

(2013): ‘Intersecting Boundaries: Manuscript, Printing, and Book Culture in Late Ming China’, Oriens Extremus, 52: 263–303.


Loungi, Pelagia Vera

(2013): ‘Beschreibungen der Handschriften Cod. philol. 5, Cod. philol. 8 und Cod. philol. 71’, in Christian Brockmann (ed.): Von Homer und Aristoteles bis zum Neuplatonismus.Griechische Handschriften in norddeutschen Sammlungen [Katalog zur Ausstellung in der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 24. September – 1. Dezember 2013 anlässlich des VIII. Internationalen Kolloquiums zur Griechischen Paläographie, Universität Hamburg vom 22. – 28 September 2013] (Hamburg: University of Hamburg), 40–41, 42–43 und 58–59.


Lorusso, Vito

(2018): ‘Materiali per una raccolta degli scoli greci agli Analitici posteriori di Aristotele’, in AION, 40: 23–57.

(2016): ‘Altri due anectdota galenici nel parisinus suppl. gr. 634 e appunti sul parisinus gr.1849’, in Galenos, 10: 43–57.

(2016): ‘Locating Greek Manuscripts through Paratexts: Examples from Cardinal Bessarion’s Library and other Manuscript Collections’, in Giovanni Ciotti and Hang Lin (eds.), Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7), 223–268.

(2015): ‘Altri due anectdota galenici nel parisinus suppl. gr. 634 e appunti sul parisinus gr.1849’, in Galenos, 10: 43–57.

with Christian Brockmann and Stefano Martinelli Tempesta (2015): ‘Exegetische Paratexte zur Physik des Aristoteles in griechischen Manuskripten aus der Renaissance: Einleitung und Edition’, Eikasmos (accepted for vol. 26).

(2014): ‘The Commentary on Aristotle's Treatise On the Heavens in Marcianus gr. 211 and Bessarion's Autograph Parisinus gr. 2042’, Parekbolai, 4: 55–84 (Plates 1–6) ().

with Christian Brockmann (2014): ‘Zu Bessarions philologisch-hermeneutischer Arbeit in seinen De caelo-Manuskripten’, in Christian Brockmann, Daniel Deckers, Lutz Koch, and Stefano Valente (2014): Handschriften- und Textforschung heute. Zur Überlieferung der griechischen Literatur. Festschrift für Dieter Harlfinger aus Anlass seines 70. Geburtstages (Wiesbaden: Reichert; Serta Graeca, 30), 85–111 (Fig. 1–9).

(2013): ‘Beschreibungen von Manuskripten’, in Christian Brockmann (ed.): Von Homer und Aristoteles bis zum Neuplatonismus.Griechische Handschriften in norddeutschen Sammlungen [Katalog zur Ausstellung in der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 24. September – 1. Dezember 2013 anlässlich des VIII. Internationalen Kolloquiums zur Griechischen Paläographie, Universität Hamburg vom 22. – 28 September 2013] (Hamburg: University of Hamburg).

(2012): ‘Eine kritische Ausgabe vor der ersten gedruckten Edition / A critical edition preceding the first printed edition’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 02/2012.

with Daniel Deckers (2011): ‘Griechische und Lateinische Manuskriptkultur / Greek and Latin manuscript cultures’, in Jörg. B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 16–28 (mit 5 Abb.).


Lu, Zhenzhen

(2019, in print): ‘Baiben Zhang: A Scribal Publisher in 19th century Beijing’, in manuscript cultures, 15: XX–XX.

(2018): ‘The Production of Zidishu in Manuscript and Print During the Qing and Republican Eras: A Survey of the Extant Corpus’, in CHINOPERL: Journal of Chinese Oral & Performing Literature, 37.2: 95–127.

(in print): The Vernacular World of Pu Songling, Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.

with Victor Mair(2017): ‘A Day in the Life of Pu Songling’, in Sino-Platonic Papers, 272: 319–334.

(2017): ‘A Friend of a Lifetime: On Yu Boya smashes his zither to mourn a dear friend, a youth book’, In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 10/2017.

with Wiebke Beyer (eds.) (since 08/2016): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


M

MacDonald, Claire

with Orna Almogi, Martin Delhey and Boryana Pouvkova (2015): ‘Recovering Lost Writing and Beyond: Multispectral Imaging for Text-related and Codicological Studies of Tibetan Paper and Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 153-191.

with Andreas Janke (2014): ‘Multispectral Imaging of the San Lorenzo Palimpsest (Florence, Archivio del Capitolo di San Lorenzo, Ms. 2211)’, in Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann and Ira Rabin (eds.), Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis =manuscript cultures 7: 113–124.

with Boryana Pouvkova (2014): ‘Multispektraldigitalisierung hebräischer Handschriften / Multispectral Imaging in the Realm of Hebrew Manuscript Studies’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.), Tora – Talmud – Siddur. Hebräische Handschriften der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg = manuscript cultures 6: 95–106.


Märgner, Volker

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Ira Rabin, and H. Siegfried Stiehl (2016): Book of Abstracts, Conference Programme: Second International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, 29 February-2 March 2016 (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).


Maniaci, Marilena

with L. Ingeborg Liv (eds.) (2018): )Bible as Notepad. Tracing Annotations and Annotation Practices in Late Antique and Medieval Biblical Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter).

(2018): ‘Written Evidence in the Italian Giant Bibles: Around and beyond the Sacred Text’, in M. Maniaci and Ingeborg Liv (eds.), Bible as Notepad. Tracing Annotations and Annotation Practices in Late Antique and Medieval Biblical Manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter).

with P. Degni and P. Eleuteri (2018): Cataloguing Greek Manuscripts: Past, Present and Future (Turnhout: De Brepols).

with P. Degni and P. Eleuteri (2018): ‘Preface’, in M. Maniaci, P. Degni and P. Eleuteri (eds.): Cataloguing Greek Manuscripts: Past, Present and Future (Turnhout: De Brepols), 8.

with P. Degni and P. Eleuteri (2018): ‘Greek Manuscript Cataloguing in Italy: Ongoing Initiatives, Issues, Perspectives’, in M. Maniaci, P. Degni and P. Eleuteri (eds.): Cataloguing Greek Manuscripts: Past, Present and Future (Turnhout: De Brepols), 265–272.

with P. Orsini and E. Sciarra (2018): ‘La catalogazione dei manoscritti greci di Roma: le biblioteche Angelica e Vallicelliana’, in M. Maniaci, P. Degni and P. Eleuteri (eds.): Cataloguing Greek Manuscripts: Past, Present and Future (Turnhout: De Brepols), 289–297.

(2018): ‘Miscellaneous Reflections on the Complexity of Medieval Manuscripts’, in S. Corbellini, G. Murano and G. Signore (eds.), Collecting, Organizing and Transmitting Knowledge. Miscellanies in Late Medieval Europe (Turnhout: De Brepols), 11–22.

with P. Orsini (2018): Scrittura epigrafica e scrittura libraria: fra Oriente e Occidente (Cassino: Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia; Studi e ricerche del Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia 11).

(2017): ‘Digital palaeography and codicology: what’s going on?’, in Claudio De Stefano and Angelo Marcelli (eds.), Graphonomics for e-Citizens: e-Health, e-Society, e-Education. Proceedings of IGS 2017. Gaeta, Italy (Genova: Editrice Zona), 185–192.

with Roberta Vasavecchia and Giulia Orofino(2016): ‘Considerazioni intorno ai Casin. 85 e Casin. 115 (e ad altri codici in beneventana del XII secolo)’, in Mariano Dell'Omo, Federico Marazzi, Fabio Simonelli and Cesare Crova (eds.), Sodalitas. Studi in memoria di Faustino Avagliano (Montecassino: Pubblicazioni Cassinesi), 43–96.

(2016): ‘The Medieval Codex as a Complex Container: The Greek and Latin Traditions’, in Michael Friedrich, Cosima Schwarke (eds.), One-Volume Libraries: Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9), 27–46.

with Giulia Orofino (2016): ‘Dieci anni di studi sulle Bibbie atlantiche a Cassino ’, in Nadia Togni (ed.), Les Bibles atlantiques. Le manuscrit biblique à l'époque de la réforme de l'église du XIe siècle (Florence: SISMEL, Edizioni del Galluzzo), 5–20.

with Orietta Da Rold (2015): ‘Medieval Manuscript Studies: A European Perspective*’in Aidan Conti, Orietta Da Rold and Philip Shaw (eds.), Writing Europe, 500–1450: Texts and Contexts) (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer; Essays and Studies 2015), 1–24.

with Patrick Andrist, Paul Canart (2013): La syntaxe du codex: essai de codicologie structurale (Turnhout: Brepols; Bibliologia, 34).

(2013): ‘Ricette e canoni di impaginazione del libro medievale. Nuove osservazioni e verifiche’, in Scrineum, 10: 48 pages.

(2013): ‘Manuscript Terminology: a Plurilingual Perspective’, in manuscript cultures 8: 3–10.

with Giulia Orofino (2013): ‘Bibbie Atlantiche. Ricerche in corso a Cassino’, in Roberta Casavecchia et al. (eds.), Libri e testi. Lavori in corso a Cassino (Cassino: Studi e ricerche del Dipartimento di Lettere e Filosofia), 157–184.

with Giulia Orofino (2013): ‘Prime considerazioni sulla genesi e la storia della Bibbia di Ávila’, in Fondazione CISAM (ed.), Storie di cultura scritta. Studi per Francesco Magistrale (Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull'alto Medioevo), XX–XX.

(2013): ‘Quantificare la produzione manoscritta des passato. Ambizioni, rischi, illusioni di una "bibliometria storica globale"’, in Eltjo Buringh (ed.), Medieval Manuscript Production in the Latin West: Explorations With a Global Database (Leiden: Brill; Global Economics History Series, 6), XX–XX.

with Giulia Orofino (2013): ‘Montecassino, Bibbia, Riforma’, in Glauco Maria Cantarella, Arturo Calzona (eds.), La Reliquia del Sangue di Cristo: Mantova, l'Italia, l'Europa al tempo di Leone IX (Verona: Scripta), 389–407.

(2013): ‘Costruzione e gestione dello spazio scritto fra Oriente e Occidente: principi generali e soluzioni specifiche’, in Scrivere e leggere nell'alto medioevo, (2012): 473–514.

with Giulia Orofino (2012): ‘Les ‘rouleaux d’Exultet’ du Mont Cassin (techniques de fabrication, caractéristiques matérielles, décoration, rapports avec les rouleaux grecs)’, in Les Cahiers de Saint-Michel de Cuxa, 49: 71–82.

(2011): ‘The liturgical scroll between Orient and Occident: ideas for a comparative study’, in Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter, 2: 16–21.


Maschke, Eva

(2015): ‘Porta salutis Ave: Manuscript Culture, Material Culture and Music’, in Musica Disciplina, 58: 167–229.

(2015): Notre Dame Manuscripts and Their History. Case Studies on Reception and Reuse. Dissertation. University of Hamburg / University of Southampton.

(2015): ‘Some Preliminary Observations on the Afterlife of Notre Dame Fragments’, in manuscript cultures, 8: 138–156.

(2014): Rezension zu Martin Staehelin (ed.) ‘Kleinüberlieferung mehrstimmiger Musik vor 1550 in deutschem Sprachgebiet (Vol. 1–9). (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 1999–2012)’, in Die Musikforschung, 67: 65–68.

(2013): ‘Neue Fragmentfunde in der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Münster: Zur Rekonstruktion einer Notre-Dame-Handschrift aus dem Soester Dominikanerkonvent’, Die Musikforschung, 66: 277–280.

(2013): ‘Detektivarbeit – Die Suche nach Musikmanuskripten in Einbänden / Detective work – Hunting for music manuscripts reused in various bookbindings’, in Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month, 05/2012.

(2011): ‘Neue Conductus-Fragmente aus dem ehemaligen Dominikanerkloster in Frankfurt am Main’, in Studi Musicali, Nuova serie 1: 295–312.


Melville, Charles

with Gabrielle van den Berg (eds.) (2018): Shahnama Studies III (Leiden: Brill).

(2018): ‘The demon Barkhiyas at the well of Bizhan. Two versions’, in Charles Melville and Gabrielle van den Berg (eds.), Shahnama Studies III (Leiden: Brill), 33–93.

(2018): ‘Introduction’, in Charles Melville and Gabrielle van den Berg (eds.), Shahnama Studies III (Leiden: Brill), 33–93.

(2018): ‘Iraj Afshar and the historiography of Yazd’, in Ibrahim Chabbouh and François Déroche (eds.), Research articles and studies in honour of Iraj Afshar (London: Al-Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation), 33–93.

(2018): ‘The Shahname in India’, in A. A. Seyed-Ghorab (ed.), The Layered Heart: Essays on Persian Poetry, A Celebration in Honor of Dick Davis (Washington D.C.: Mage), 411–441.

(2018): ‘Rustaveli and the Sistan Cycle of Persian epics’, in Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (ed.), Conference „The Knight in the Panter’s Skin“ and its Place in the World Literature. Modern Interpretations, 71–90.

(2018): ‘The Illustration of History in Persian Manuscripts’, in Iran. Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies: 1–17.

(2017): ‘Sultans and Lovers: Gazorgahi’s Tales of Royal Infatuation’, in Iran. Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies: 1–13.

with Bruno De Nicola (eds.) (2016): The Mongols' Middle East. Continuity and Transformation in Ilkhanid Iran (Leiden: Brill; Islamic History and Civilization, Band 127).

with Bruno De Nicola (2016):‘Introduction’, in Charles Melville and Bruno De Nicola (eds.) (2016): The Mongols' Middle East. Continuity and Transformation in Ilkhanid Iran (Leiden: Brill; Islamic History and Civilization, Band 127), 1–8.

(2016): ‘The end of the Ilkhanate and after. Observations on the collapse of the Mongol World Empire’, in Charles Melville and Bruno De Nicola (eds.), The Diez Albums. Contexts and contents (Leiden: Brill), 221–241.

(2016): ‘The illustration of the Turko-Mongol era in the Berlin Diez albums’, in Julia Gonnella, Friedrike Weis and Christoph Rauch (eds.), The Mongols' Middle East. Continuity and Transformation in Ilkhanid Iran (Leiden: Brill; Islamic History and Civilization, Band 127), 309–350.

(2016): ‘New light on Shah ‘Abbas and the construction of Isfahan’, in Muqarnas, 33: 155–176.

(2016): ‘The Horrors of War and the Arts of Peace. Images of Battle in Persian Manuscript’, in Kurt Franz and Wolfgang Holzwarth (eds.), Nomad Military Power in Iran and Adjacent Areas in the Islamic Period (Wiesbaden: Reichert), 155–192.

(2016): ‘The Shahnama Manuscript Tradition: The Next 1000 Years?’, in Sunil Sharma, Burzine K Waghmar and the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute (eds.), Firdawsii millennium indicum : proceedings of the Shahnama Millenary Seminar, the KR Cama Oriental Institute, Mumbai, 8-9 January, 2011 (Mumbai: The KR Cama Oriental Institute), 19–34.

(2015): ‘Rashīd al-Dīn and the Shāhnāmeh’, in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 26/1-2: 201–214.

with Firuza Melville(2015): ‘Persian studies in Britain: a brief review’, in Nick Wadham-Smith and Danny Whitehead (eds.), Didgah: New Perspectives on UK-Iran cultural relations (London: British Council), 30–46.

(2015): ‘The Shahnama Project: a digital index of illustrated manuscripts’, in Book 2.0, 4/1-2: 31–46.

with Kioumars Ghereghlou(2015): ‘Editors’ Preface’, in Kioumars Ghereghlou (ed.), A Chronicle of the reign of Shah ‘Abbas. Fazli Beg Khuzani Isfahani (Cambridge: Gibb Memorial Trust), xi–lxx.

(2015): ‘The Shahnama Manuscript Tradition: The Next 1000 Years?’, in Sunil Sharma, Burzine K Waghmar and the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute (eds.), Firdawsii millennium indicum : proceedings of the Shahnama Millenary Seminar, the KR Cama Oriental Institute, Mumbai, 8-9 January, 2011 (Mumbai: The KR Cama Oriental Institute), 19–34.


Michel, Cécile

(2018): ‘Constitution, Contents, Filing and Use of Private Archives: The case of the Old Assyrian archives (19th century BC)’, in Bausi, Alessandro, Brockmann, Christian, Friedrich, Michael, Kienitz, Sabine (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: De Gruyter),43–70.

(2017): ‘La cornaline dans les sources paléo-assyriennes’, in Ekin Kozal et al. (eds.), Questions, Approaches and Dialogues in the Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology. Studies in Honor of Marie-Henriette Gates and Charles Gates (Münster: Ugarit-Verlag), 353–369.

with Salvatore Gaspa and Marie-Louise Nosch (2017): Textile Terminologies from the Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe, 1000 BC to 1000 AD (Lincoln, Nebraska: Zea Books).

with Brigitte Lion (eds.) (2016): ‘Die Keilschrift und ihre Entzifferung’, (Hamburg: Buske Verlag).

with Michèle Dassa (2016): ‘Les chercheurs en histoire et archéologie de l'Antiquité au CNRS’, in SoPHAU (ed.), Cinquantenaire de la SoPHAU 1966-2016. Regards croisés sur l'histoire ancienne en France. (Besançon: Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté), 245–252.

with Brigitte Lion (2016): ‘Un demi-siècle d'archéologie et d'histoire du Proche-Orient ancien: la participation française’, in SoPHAU (ed.), Cinquantenaire de la SoPHAU 1966-2016. Regards croisés sur l'histoire ancienne en France. (Besançon: Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté), 137–156.

with Brigitte Lion (eds.) (2016): The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East (Berlin: De Gruyter).

with Brigitte Lion (2016): ‘Women and Work in the Ancient Near East: An Introduction’, in Cécile Michel and Brigitte Lion (eds.), The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East (Berlin: De Gruyter), 1–7.

(2016): ‘Women Work, Men are Professionals in the Old Assyrian Archives’, in Cécile Michel and Brigitte Lion (eds.), The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East (Berlin: De Gruyter), 193–208.

(2016): ‘Les médaillons solaires dans la documentation paléo-assyrienne : des bijoux pour les dieux’, in Julie Patrier, Philippe Quenet and Pascal Butterlin (eds.), Mille et une empreintes. Un Alsacien en Orient. Mélanges en l’honneur du 65e anniversaire de D. Beyer (Turnhout: Brepols; Subartu, 36), 319–329.

(2016): ‘Les marais et sites du sud de l'Iraq au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco’, Pour la Science, 468: 26.

(2016): ‘Des outils agricoles en pierre du Bronze ancien de Syrie: les têtes d’araires’, in Bérengère Perello and Aline Tenu (eds.), Parcours d’Orient. Recueil de textes offerts à Christine Kepinski (Oxford: Archaeopress), 49–60.

(2016): ‘Quelques remarques sur les bullæ inscrites de la ville basse de Kültepe’, in Bérengère Perello and Aline Tenu (eds.), Parcours d’Orient. Recueil de textes offerts à Christine Kepinski (Oxford: Archaeopress), 175–184.

(2016): ‘Estimating an Old Assyrian Household Textile Production with the Help of Experimental Archaeology: Feasibility and Limitations’, in Camilla Ebert, Mary Harlow, Eva Anderson Strand, and Lena Bjerregaard (eds.), Traditional Textile Craft: An Intangible Cultural Heritage? (Copenhagen: Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen), 125–136.

(2016): ‘Le pain à Aššur et à Kaneš’, in Paolo Corò, Elena Devecchi, Nicla De Zorzi, Massimo Maiocchi, Stefania Ermidoro, and Erica Scarpa (eds.), Libiama ne' lieti calici: Ancient Near Eastern Studies Presented to Lucio Milano on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday by Pupils, Colleagues and Friends (Münster: Ugarit-Verlag), 221–235.

(2016): ‘Women and Real Estate in the Old Assyrian Texts’, ORIENT, 51: 83–94.

(2016): ‘Aux sources de notre patrimoine culturel’, in J.-P. Denis and V. Giret (eds.), L’histoire du Proche-Orient. 10 000 de civilisation, Hors-Série LaVie-Le Monde, Juin 2016, 24–25.

(2016): ‘Le cadre économique », in Ariane Thomas (ed.), L’histoire commence en Mésopotamie, Catalogue de l’exposition Louvre – Lens 2 novembre 2016 – 23 janvier 2017 (Lens: Gand), 58–63.

(2016): ‘L’écriture cunéiforme et ses usages’, Dossiers d’Archéologie, 378, Novembre/Décembre, 38–43.

(2015): ‘Old Assyrian Bibliography 3. May 2009 - June 2015’, in H. Hunger, M. Jursa and G. J. Selz (eds.), Archiv für Orientforschung. Internationale Zeitschrift für die Wissenschaft vom Vorderen Orient Band LIII (Wien: Selbstverlag des Instituts für Orientalistik der Universität Wien), 525–559.

with Fikri Kulakoğlu (eds.) (2015): Proceedings of the 1st Kültepe International Meeting, Kültepe, 19-23 September, 2013. Studies Dedicated to Kutlu Emre (Turnhout: Brepols; Subartu 35, Kültepe International Meetings 1).

(2015): ‘Women in the Family of Ali-ahum son of Iddin-Suen (1993 Kültepe archive)’, in Fikri Kulakoğlu and Cécile Michel (eds.), Proceedings of the 1st Kültepe International Meeting, Kültepe, 19-23 September, 2013. Studies Dedicated to Kutlu Emre (Turnhout: Brepols; Subartu 35, Kültepe International Meetings 1), 85–93.

(2015): ‘Les lettres des rois d’Aššur découvertes à Kaniš (XIXe siècle av. J.-C.)’, in Stefan Procházka, Lucian Reinfandt and Sven Tost (eds.), Official Epistolography and the Language(s) of Power. Proceedings of the First International Conference of the Research Network Imperium & Officium. Comparative Studies in Ancient Bureaucracy and Officialdom. University of Vienna, 10-12 November 2010 (Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften; Papyrologica Vindobonensia, 8), 43–60.

(2015): ‘Les maisons et leur mobilier à l’époque paléo-babylonienne: quelques exemples’, in Cécile Michel (ed.), La maison et son mobilier dans l’Orient ancien (Nanterre: Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XII, 2013-2014, Thème VIII), 311–321.

(2015): ‘La maison et son mobilier d’après la documentation textuelle de Kaneš’, in Cécile Michel (ed.), La maison et son mobilier dans l’Orient ancien (Nanterre: Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XII, 2013-2014, Thème VIII), 283–290.

(2015): ‘L’organisation du palais de Kaneš d’après la documentation textuelle’, in Cécile Michel (ed.), Bâtiments publics et lieux de pouvoir dans l’Orient ancien (Nanterre: Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XII, 2013-2014, Thème VIII), 161–174.

(2015): ‘Production and Trade in the Old Assyrian Period’, Rivista di Storia Economica 1, anno 31: 57-78.

(2015): ‘カニシュ(アナトリア)における古アッシリア時代の 商人と文書 / The Old Assyrian Merchants in Kaneš (Anatolia) and their Archives’ (in Japanese), Journal of the Faculty of Letters CCLVI Mar, 2015 History 60: 17–46.

(2015): ‘Were there only merchants at Aššur and Kaneš? Overview of professions attested in the Old Assyrian Sources’, in İrfan Albayrak, Murat Çayır and Hakan Erol (eds.), Cahit Günbattı Armağan. Studies in Honour of Cahit Günbattı (Ankara), 171–184.

(2015): ‘Quelle place occupent les femmes dans les sources cunéiformes de la pratique?’, Les Nouvelles de l’Archéologie 140: 46-50.

(2013): ‘Ein Manuskript in Form einer Schafsleber? / A Manuscript in the Shape of a Sheep Liver?’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 10/2015.

(2015): ‘Du côté des lettres (5) – Lettres d’une assyrienne à son mari et réponse de ce dernier (XIXe siècle av. J.-C.) : comptes entre époux’, Images des mathématiques 15, décembre 2015.

(2015): ‘Halte à la destruction du patrimoine au Moyen-Orient!’, CNRS Le Journal, 15 décembre 2015.

(ed.) (2015): La maison et son mobilier dans l’Orient ancien (Nanterre: Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XII, 2013-2014, Thème VIII), 231–388.

(ed.) (2015): Bâtiments publics et lieux de pouvoir dans l’Orient ancien (Nanterre: Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XII, 2013-2014, Thème VIII), 83–230.

(2015ff.): Blog Brèves Mésopotamiennes of Pour la Science. Link: http://www.scilogs.fr/breves-mesopotamiennes/

with P. Bordeuil, F. Briquet-Chatonnet (eds.)(2014): Les débuts de l’histoire. Civilisations et cultures du Proche-Orient Ancien: Nouvelle édition revue et augmentée (Paris: éditions Kheops).

with Mary Harlow and Marie-Louise Nosch (2014) (eds.): Prehistoric, Ancient Near Eastern and Aegean Textiles and Dress: an interdisciplinary anthology (Oxford: Oxbow Books; Ancient Textiles Series, 18).

with Catherine Breniquet (eds.) (2014): Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: from the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry (Oxford: Oxbow Books; Ancient Textiles Series, 17).

(2014): ‘Considerations on the Assyrian settlement at Kaneš’, in L. Atici, F. Kulakoğlu, G. Barjamovic and A. Fairbairn (eds.): Current Research at Kultepe/Kanesh. An Interdisciplinary and Integrative Approach to Trade Networks, Internationalism, and Identity (Boaston, Mass.: American Schools of Oriental Research; JCS Suppl., 4), 69–84.

(2014): ‘The Economic Role of Women in the Old Assyrian Sources’, in Francis Joannès and Fumi Karahashi (eds.), Bilateral Joint Research Project with France (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: International Collaboration – ANR ), Report 31, 2011 – December 30, 2014 (Tokyo), 93–101.

(2014): ‘Se restaurer en voyage en haute Mésopotamie et Anatolie au début du IIe millénaire avant J.-C.’, in Lucio Milano (ed.), Paleonutrition and Food Practices in the Ancient Near East: Towards a Multidisciplinary Approach (Padua : S.A.R.G.O.N.; HANE/M XIV), 309–326.

(2014): ‘Central Anatolia in the Nineteenth and Eighteenth Centuries BC’, in Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Nicole Brisch and Jesper Eidem (eds.), Constituent, Confederate, and Conquered Space. The Emergence of the Mittani State (Berlin: De Gruyter; TOPOI; Berlin Studies of the Ancient World, 17), 111–136.

with Catherine Breniquet (2014): ‘Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean’, in Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel (eds.), Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry (Oxford: Oxbow Books; Ancient Textiles Series, 17), 1–11.

(2014): ‘Wool Trade in Upper Mesopotamia and Syria According to Old Babylonian and Old Assyrian Texts’, in Catherine Breniquet and Cécile Michel (eds.), Wool Economy in the Ancient Near East and the Aegean: From the Beginnings of Sheep Husbandry to Institutional Textile Industry (Oxford: Oxbow Books; Ancient Textiles Series, 17), 232–254.

(2014): ‘The Assyrian Textile Trade in Anatolia (19th century BCE): From Traded Goods to Prestigious Gifts’, in Kerstin Droß-Krüpe (ed.), Textile Trade and Distribution in Antiquity (Wiesbaden; Philippika, 73), 111–122.

(2014): ‘La comptabilité des marchands assyriens de Kaniš (XIXe siècle av. J.-C.)’, Comptabilités, 6.

(2014ff.): Several articles published online in the Encyclopedia cdli:wiki A Library of Knowledge of the Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative. Link: http://cdli.ox.ac.uk/wiki/doku.php

(ed.) (2013): De la maison à la ville dans l’Orient ancien : la ville et les débuts de l’urbanisation (Nanterre: Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XII, 2011-2012, Thème VIII), p. 173–300.

with Catherine Baroin (eds.) (2013): Richesse et sociétés (Paris: De Boccard; Colloques de la Maison René-Ginouvès, 9).

(2013): ‘Ein Tonmanuskript mit Keilschriftzeichen aus sehr verschiedenen Zeiten / A clay manuscript with cuneiform signs from very different periods’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 10/2013.

(2013): ‘Women and Economy in the Family’s Sphere According to the Old Assyrian Sources’, First International Workshop of the French-Japanese ANR programme Chorus REFEMA (Rôle économique des femmes en Mésopotamie ancienne), Nanterre, November 2012 (online publication April 2013).

(2013): ‘Old Assyrian Kaniš (Akkadian Texts – Women in Letters)’, chapter 9a, in Mark Chavalas (ed.), Women in the Ancient Near East (London & New York: Routledge), 205-212.

(2013): ‘Assyrian Women's Contribution to International Trade with Anatolia’, Second International Workshop of the French-Japanese ANR programme Chorus REFEMA (Rôle économique des femmes en Mésopotamie ancienne), Tokyo, June 2013 (online publication October 2013).

(2013): ‘Economic and Social Aspects of the Old Assyrian Loan Contract’, La Sapienza Orientale, 9: 41-56.

with Catherine Marro (2013): ‘Le sel dans les sociétés anciennes du Proche-Orient et du Caucase : exploitations et usages d’après les sources archéologiques et épigraphiques’, in Cécile Michel (ed.), L’alimentation dans l’Orient ancien, cuisines et dépendances (Nanterre: Archéologie et Sciences de l’Antiquité; Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XI, 2011-2012), 355–370.

(2013): ‘Peut-on parler de ‘colonies’ ou ‘diasporas’ assyriennes en Anatolie? Réflexions sur la ville basse de Kültepe/Kaniš’, in Cécile Michel (ed.), La ville l’Orient ancien, Thème VIII, Cahiers des thèmes transversaux d’ArScAn, vol. XI, 2011-2012 (Nanterre), 217–226.

(2013): ‘Travaux de construction en Mésopotamie’, Mathématiques de la planète Terre 2013; un jour, une brève.

(2012): ‘L’alimentation au Proche-Orient ancien: les sources et leur exploitation’, in Brigitte Lion (ed.), L’histoire de l’alimentation dans l’Antiquité : Bilan historiographique (Besançon: Dialogues d’Histoire Ancienne Supplément, 7), 17–45.

(2012): Several articles published in the encyclopaedia Der Neue Pauly; English version: Brill's New Pauly.

(2011): ‘Une liste paléographique de signes cunéiformes. Quand les scribes assyriens s’intéressaient aux écritures anciennes…’, in Fabienne Wateau (ed.), Profils d’objets, Approches d’anthropologues et d’archéologues (Paris: De Boccard; Colloques de la Maison René-Ginouvès, 7), 245–257.

(2011): ‘The Kārum Period on the Plateau’, in Sharon R. Steadman and Greg McMahon (eds.), Handbook of Ancient Anatolian (10,000 – 323 B.C.E.) (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 313-336.

(2011): ‘The Private Archives from Kaniš Belonging to Anatolians’, in Maria Elena Balza (ed.): Archival, Scribal, and Administrative Spaces among the Hittites (Berlin: Akad.-Verlag; Altorientalische Forschungen, 38), 94–115.

Numerous contributions published in Reallexikon der Assyriologie (2006–2017).


Mohammed, Hussein

with V. Märgner, T. Konidaris, and H. S. Stiehl(to be published 2018): ‘Writer Identification in Historical Manuscripts: Analysis and Optimisation of a Classifier with an easy-to-use Implementation for Scholars from the Humanities’, in s.n., 2018 16th IAPR International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR), Niagara Falls, USA (Niagara Falls).

(2017): ‘Computational Analysis of Writing Style in Digital Manuscripts’, in s.n. International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR)2017 (Kyōto): 35–36.

with V. Märgner, T. Konidaris, and H. S. Stiehl(2017): ‘Normalised Local Naive Bayes Nearest-Neighbour Classifier for Offline Writer Identification’, in s.n., Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), 14th International Conference on. IEEE, 2017, Kyōto (Kyōto), 1013–1018.

with K. Terzic and H. du Buf (2015): ‘Shape Detection with Nearest Neighbour Contour Fragments’, in s.n., British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC)(London), 59–1.


Motika, Raoul

with Robert Langer, Hüseyin Ağuiçenoğlu and Janina Karolewski (eds.) (2013): Ocak und Dedelik: Institutionen religiösen Spezialistentums bei den Aleviten (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang; Heidelberger Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des modernen Vorderen Orient, 36).

(2013): ‘Einleitung’, in Raoul Motika, Hüseyin Ağuiçenoğlu and Janina Karolewski (eds.) (2013): Ocak und Dedelik: Institutionen religiösen Spezialistentums bei den Aleviten (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang; Heidelberger Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des modernen Vorderen Orient, 36), 1–7.


Müller, Monika

with Irmgard Siebert; Anne Liewert; Katrin Janz-Wenig; Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf Handschriftenabteilung (eds.) (2017): Kataloge der Handschriftenabteilung/ Die mittelalterlichen Handschriften der Signaturengruppen E, F, G, N und P in der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf : beschrieben von Monika E. Müller und Katrin Janz-Wenig. Herausgegeben von Irmgard Siebert und Anne Liewert (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz).

with Jens Reiche (eds.) (2017): Zentrum oder Peripherie? : Kulturtransfer in Hildesheim und im Raum Niedersachsen (12.-15. Jahrhundert) (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz; Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien, 32).

(2016): ‘Der Androide des Albertus Magnus – eine Chiffre für die Übertretung der Grenzen des erlaubten Wissens?’, in Jahrbuch kirchliches Buch- und Bibliothekswesen, 3: 83–97.

with Irmgard Siebert; Anne Liewert; Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf Handschriftenabteilung (eds.) (2015): Kataloge der Handschriftenabteilung/ Die mittelalterlichen Handschriften und Fragmente der Signaturengruppen D in der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf : Teil 2 (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz).

with Irmgard Siebert; Anne Liewert; Katrin Janz-Wenig; Greogor Patt, Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf Handschriftenabteilung (eds.) (2015): Kataloge der Handschriftenabteilung/ Die mittelalterlichen Handschriften und Fragmente der Signaturengruppen D in der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf : Teil 1 (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz).

(2015): ‘Von der künstlerischen Vorlage zum Modell. Strategien der Nobilitierung und der Modellbildung in der Hildesheimer Buchmalerei des 11.–13. Jahrhunderts’, in Felix Heinzer; Hans-Peter Schmit (eds.), Codex und Geltung (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz; Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien, 30), 107–146.

(ed.)(2014): The Use of Models in Medieval Book Painting (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing).

(2014): ‘Das erste Buch der ‚Schedula diversarum artium‘: Distanz zwischen Text und buchmalerischer Wirklichkeit’, in Andreas Speer (ed.), Zwischen Kunsthandwerk und Kunst: Die ‚Schedula diversarum artium‘ (Berlin: De Gruyter), 225–243.

with Klaus Naß (eds.) (2012): Einen Platz im Himmel erwerben: Bücher und Bilder im Dienste mittelalterlicher Jenseitsfürsorge Vorträge zur Ausstellung "Schätze im Himmel - Bücher auf Erden" (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz; Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien, 32).

(2013): ‘Das erste Buch der ‚Schedula diversarum artium‘: Distanz zwischen Text und buchmalerischer Wirklichkeit’, in Andreas Speer (ed.), Zwischen Kunsthandwerk und Kunst: Die ‚Schedula diversarum artium‘ (Berlin: De Gruyter), 225–243.

(ed.) (2013): Der Bernward-Psalter im Wandel der Zeiten: Eine Studie zu Ausstattung und Funktionen" (Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz; Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien, 23).

(2012): ‘Die Bibliothek von St. Michael in Hildesheim im Spannungsfeld von Askese und Kultur’, in Gerhard Lutz; Angela Weyer (eds.), 1000 Jahre St. Michael in Hildesheim: Kirche - Kloster - Stifter (Petersberg: Imhof), 185–211

(2012): ‘Vom 'armarium' zum Bibliotheksraum : Prozesse der Wissensordnung im mittelalterlichen Buchbestand von St. Michael in Hildesheim’, in Michael Embach; Claudine Moulin; Andrea Rapp (eds.), Die Bibliothek des Mittelalters als dynamischer Prozess (Wiesbaden: Reichert), 115–146


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Nagata, Tomoyuki

(ed.) (2014): Documents and Writing Materials in East Asia (Kyōto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyōto University).


Neumann, Bernd

with Brockmann, Christian; Friedrich, Michael, Hahn, Oliver; and Rabin, Ira (eds.) (2014): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis =manuscript cultures 7.

with Arved Solth and Rainer Herzog (2014): ‘A Modular Workbench for Manuscript Analysis’, in Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann and Ira Rabin (eds.): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis =manuscript cultures 7: 132–137.

with Rainer Herzog and Arved Solth (2014): Text Block Recognition in Multi-oriented Handwritten Documents (Hamburg: TR FBI-HH-B-301/14, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg).

with Rainer Herzog and Arved Solth (2013): Using Harris Corners for the Retrieval of Graphs in Historical Manuscripts. 12th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), doi: 10.1109/ICDAR, 1295–1299.

with Rainer Herzog, Arved Solth, Oliver Bestmann, and Julian Scheel (2012): ‘Retrieving Writing Patterns From Historical Manuscripts Using Local Descriptors’, Digital Humanities: 288–291.

with Rainer Herzog and Arved Solth (2011): ‘Computerverfahren für den Handschriftenvergleich von Manuskripten – Computer Methodes for Comparing the Hands of Manuscripts’, in Jörg. B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 169–175.

with Rainer Herzog and Arved Solth (2010): Computer-based Stroke Extraction in Historical Manuscripts (Hamburg: Technical Report FBI-HH-B‐296/10, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg).


Nobili, Mauro

with Andrea Brigaglia (eds.) (2017): The Arts and Crafts of Literacy: Islamic Manuscript Cultures in Sub-Saharan Africa (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 12).

(2017): ‘Introduction: African History and Islamic Manuscript Cultures’, in Andrea Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili (eds.), The Arts and Crafts of Literacy: Islamic Manuscript Cultures in Sub-Saharan Africa (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 12), 1–26.

with Mohamed Diagayete (2017): ‘The Manuscripts that Never Were: In Search of the Tarıkh al-Fattash in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana’, in History of Africa, 44: 309–321.

(2016): ‘A Short Note on Some Historical Accounts from the IFAN Manuscripts’, in History of Africa, 43: 379–388.

(2013): Catalogue des manuscrits arabes du fonds de Gironcourt (Afrique de l'Ouest) de l'Institut de France (Roma: Istituto per l’Oriente «C. A. Nallino»).

(2012): ‘Écriture et transmission du savoir islamique au Mali: le cas du ṣaḥrāwī’, in Elisa Pellizzari, Omar Sylla (eds.), Dynamiques de transmission du savoir islamique au Mali ( Paris/Rome L'Harmattan), 37–68.

(2011): ‘Arabic Scripts in West African Manuscripts: A Tentative Classification from the de Gironcourt Manuscript Collection’, in Islamic Africa, 2 (1): 105–133.

(2011): ‘Bookishness in the Sokoto Caliphate and the Arabic Documents Relating to the jihādī Literary Production in the de Gironcourt Collection of Arabic Manuscripts’, in Sergio Baldi, Miki Yakasai (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Hausa Studies: African and European Perspectives (Napoli 5th-7th July 2010) (Napoli Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale"), 241–255.


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Ogorodnikova, Darya

(2017): ‘Ajamī Annotations in Multilingual Manuscripts from Mande Speaking Areas: Visual and Linguistic Features’, in Islamic Africa, 8 (1–2): 111–145.

(2016): ‘Exploring Paratexts in the Old Mande Manuscripts: A first Study’, in Giovanni Ciotti and Hang Lin (eds.): Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7), 1–33.


Orlandi, Luigi

(2014): ‘Andronico Callisto e l'epigramma per la tomba di Mida’, Medioevo Greco, 14: 163–176.


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Park, Haeree

(2015): The Writing System of Scribe Zhou. Evidence from Late Pre-imperial Chinese Manuscripts and Inscriptions (5th–3rd centuries BCE) (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 4).


Parkar, Ahmed Hussein Ahmed

‘Qasida and Manuscripts in Swahili Society: A Case Study of the lyrics of Samai Hussein Badawy of Lamu’, presented at RISSEA conference, Mombasa on 17th December, 2014. NB: already reviewed awaiting publication.


Paul, Jürgen

(2018): ‘Archival Practices in the Muslim World prior to 1500’, in Bausi, Alessandro, Brockmann, Christian, Friedrich, Michael, Kienitz, Sabine (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11), 339–360.

(2015): ‘Who Makes Use of Whom? Some Remarks on the Nomad Policy of the Khwārazmshāhs (1150-1200)’, in Kurt Franz, Wolfgang Holzwarth (eds.): Nomadic Military Power. Iran and Adjacent Areas in the Islamic Period (Wiesbaden: Reichert).

(2013): ‘A Landscape of Fortresses. Central Anatolia in Astarābādī’s Bazm va Razm’, in David Durand-Guédy (ed.): Turko-Mongol Rulers, Cities and City-Life (Leiden: Brill; Brill's Inner Asian Library, Band 31).

(2012): Neue Fischer Weltgeschichte. Band 10: Zentralasien (Frankfurt a. M.: S. Fischer Verlag).


Pouvkova, Boryana

with Orna Almogi, Claire MacDonald and Martin Delhey (2015): ‘Recovering Lost Writing and Beyond: Multispectral Imaging for Text-related and Codicological Studies of Tibetan Paper and Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 153–191.

with MacDonald, Claire Rachel (2014): ‘Multispektraldigitalisierung hebräischer Handschriften - Multispectral Imaging in the Realm of Hebrew Manuscript Studies’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.), Tora – Talmud – Siddur. Hebräische Handschriften der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg = manuscript cultures 6: 95–106.

(2013): ‘Ein Manuskript sticht in See.../ A manuscript sets sail...’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 05/2013.


Putten, Jan van der

(2017): ‘Introduction’ and ‘On the edge of a tradition. Some prolegomena to paratexts in Malay rental manuscripts’, Indonesia and the Malay World, 45/132: 145, 179–199.

(2015): ‘Paratexts and 19th-century Malay Manuscripts’, Indonesia and the Malay World.

(2014): ‘Bangsawan. The coming of a popular Malay theatrical form’, Indonesia and Malay World 42:123: 268–285.

(2013): ‘Literary Agents in the Malay World: Scribes and Copyists’, in Jan van der Putten, Suryadi, Noorashikin Zulkifli, Mazelan Anuar: Yang menulis = They who write. Singapore: National Library Board.

(2011): ‘In the fringe of the page: the Malay Tale of Hitu from its margins’, in Titik Pujiastuti and Tommy Christomy (eds.): Teks, Naskah dan Kelisanan. Festschrift untuk Prof. Achadiati Ikram. (Depok: Yayasan Pernaskahan Nusantara), 399–416.


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Quenzer, Jörg B.

(2016): ‘Das Motiv von “Leben und Tod” (shôji) in der japanischen Dichtung des Mittelalters’, in Birgit Staemmler (ed.), Werden und Vergehen: Betrachtungen zur Geburt und Tod in japanischen Religionen (Münster: Lit Verlag), 41-65.

with Dmitry Bondarev and Jan-Ulrich Sobisch (eds.) (2014): Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures 1).

(2013): ‘Traumwelten: Zur Medialität des Traums im japanischen Mittelalter’, in Iris Höger, Christine Oldörp, and Hanna Wimmer (eds.), Mediale Wechselwirkungen: Adaptionen • Transformationen • Reinterpretationen (Berlin: Reimer; Schriftenreihe der Isa Lohmann-Siems Stiftung, 6), 29–50.

(2013): ‘Ein Manuskript als Kartenspiel / A manuscript in the shape of a deck of cards?’ In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 8/2013.

(2011): ‘Japanische Manuskriptkultur - The Manuscript Culture of Japan‘. In: Idem: Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4: 162–168.

(ed.) (2011): Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4.


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Rabin, Ira

with Tea Ghigo, Olivier Bonnerot, Paola Buzi, Oliver Hahn, and Myriam Krutzsch (2018): ‘An Attempt at a Systematic Study of Inks from Coptic Manuscripts𔃣, in manuscript cultures, 11: 157–164.

with Mirjam Geissbühler, Georg Dietz, Oliver Hahn (2018): ‘Advanced Codicological Studies of Cod. germ. 6: Part 2 (Hamburg, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek)’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 133–141.

with Marco Heiles, Oliver Hahn (2018): ‘Palaeography and X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Manuscript Production and Censorship of the Fifteenth Century German Manuscript, State and University Library Hamburg, Cod. germ. 1’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 109–132.

with Claudia Colini, Oliver Hahn, Olivier Bonnerot, Simon Steger, Zina Cohen, Tea Ghigo, Thomas Christiansen, Marina Bicchieri, Paola Biocca, and Myriam Krutzsch(2018): ‘The Quest for the Mixed Inks’, in manuscript cultures, 11: 41–48.

(2017): ‘Building a Bridge from the Dead Sea Scrolls to Mediaeval Hebrew Manuscripts’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.): ‘Jewish Manuscript Cultures: New Perspectives’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 13), 309–322.

with Zina Cohen, Judith Olszowy-Schlanger, Oliver Hahn (2017): ‘Composition Analysis of Writing Materials in Geniza Fragments’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.): ‘Jewish Manuscript Cultures: New Perspectives’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 13), 323–338.

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Volker Märgner, and H. Siegfried Stiehl (2016): Book of Abstracts, Conference Programme: Second International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, 29 February-2 March 2016 (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).

with Orna Almogi, Emanuel Kindzorra and Oliver Hahn (2015): ‘Inks, Pigments, Paper: In Quest of unveiling the History of the Production of a Tibetan Buddhist Manuscript Collection from the Tibetan‐Nepalese Borderlands’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 93–117.

with Martin Delhey, Emanuel Kindzorra and Oliver Hahn (2015): ‘Material Analysis of Sanskrit Palm-Leaf Manuscripts Preserved in Nepal’, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 36: 119–151.

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, and Bernd Neumann (eds.) (2014): Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis =manuscript cultures 7.

with Oliver Hahn (2014): ‘Tintenarten in mittelalterlichen hebräischen Manuskripten: eine typologische Studie’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.), Tora – Talmud – Siddur. Hebräische Handschriften der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg = manuscript cultures 6: 107–119.

with Denis Nosnitsin, (2014): ‘A Fragment of an Ancient Hymnody Manuscript from Məʾəsar Gwəḥila (Təgray, Ethiopia)’, Aethiopica, 17: 1–13.

with Denis Nosnitsin, Emanuel Kindzorra, and Oliver Hahn, (2014): ‘A Study Manuscript from Quaqama (Tegray Ethiopia)’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies (COMSt) Newsletter, 7: 28–32.

with Oliver Hahn and Mirjam Geissbühler (2014): ‘Combining Codicology and X-Ray Spectrometry to Unveil the History of Production of Codex germanicus 6, SUB Hamburg’, in manuscript cultures 7: 126–131.

(2014): ‘Instrumental analysis in manuscript studies’, in Alessandro Bausi et al.: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. An Introduction (Hamburg: Tredition). Online and print-on-demand edition.

with Oliver Hahn and Emanuel Kindzorra (2012/13): ‘A Study of Manuscripts: a Natural Scientist's Approach’, in manuscript cultures 5: 103–115.

with Oliver Hahn (2013): ‘Characterization of the Dead Sea Scrolls by advanced analytical techniques’, Analytical Methods, 5/18: 4648–4654. (DOI: 10.1039/c3ay41076e)

with Roman Schütz, Luca Bertinetti and Admir Masic (2013): ‘Quantifying degradation of collagen in ancient manuscripts: The case of the Dead Sea Temple Scroll’, The Analyst 138(19). (DOI: 10.1039/c3an00609c).

with Roman Schütz, Anka Kohl, Timo Wolff, Roald Tagle, Simone Pentzien, Oliver Hahn, and Stephen Emmel (2012): ‘Identification and classification of historical writing inks in spectroscopy: a methodological overview’, Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies (COMSt) Newsletter, 3: 26–30.

with Simone Pentzien, Oliver Hahn and Robert Sablatnig (2012): ‘Can Modern Technologies Defeat Nazi Censorship?’, in Proceedings of the 11th international Conference on Computer Vision – Vol. 2 (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-37484-5_2).

with Timo Wolff, Ioanna Mantouvalou, Birgit Kanngießer, Wolfgang Malzer, Emanuel Kindzorra, and Oliver Hahn (2012): ‘Provenance studies on Dead Sea scrolls parchment by means of quantitative micro-XRF’, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 402/4: 1493–1503.

with Georg Dietz, Thomas Ketelsen, Manfred Hoss, Olaf Simon, Carsten Wintermann, Timo Wolff, and Oliver Hahn (2012): ‘The Egmont master phenomenon: X-ray fluorescence spectrometric and paper studies for art history research’, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 402/4: 1505–1515.

with Flavia Pinzari, Piero Colaizzi, Oriana Maggi, Anna Maria Persiani, and Roman Schütz (2012): ‘Fungal bioleaching of mineral components in a twentieth-century illuminated parchment’, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 402/4: 1541–1550.

with Oliver Hahn (2012): ‘Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibitions around the World: Reasons for Concern’, Restaurator, 33: 101–121.


Ramble, Charles

(2018): ‘Archives from Tibet and the Himalayan Borderlands: Notes on Form and Content’, in Bausi, Alessandro, Brockmann, Christian, Friedrich, Michael, Kienitz, Sabine (eds.), Manuscripts and Archives: Comparative Views on Record-Keeping (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 11), 19–40.

with Nyima Drandul (2016): Tibetan Sources for a Social History of Mustang, Nepal Vol. 2: The Archives of the Tantric Lamas of Tshognam (Halle: International Institute for Tibetian and Buddhist Studies; Monumenta Tibetica Historica, Abt. III: Diplomata et Epistolae).


Reudenbach, Bruno

(2019): ‘Books for Liturgical Reading? Remarks on the Structure and Function of Early Medieval Gospel Books’, in David Ganz and Barbara Schellewald (eds.), Clothing Sacred Scriptures. Book Art and Book Religion in Christian, Islamic, and Jewish Cultures (Berlin: De Gruyter; Manuscripta Biblica, 2), 261–272.

(2018): ‘Rom 972 – Die Mediale Begleitung einer Heirat’, in Christian Kiening, Martina Stercken (eds.), Medialität. Historische Konstellationen. Kompendium (Zürich: Chronos Verlag).

(2017): ‘The „Marriage Charter“ of Theophanu: A Product of Ottonian Manuscript Culture’, in manuscript cultures 10: 15–30.

with Hanna Wimmer and Malena Ratzke (eds.) (2016): Studien zur Biblia pauperum (Bern: Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; Vestigia Bibliae, 34).

(2016): ‘Heilsgeschichtliche Sukzession und typologische Synopse in Manuskripten der Biblia pauperum’, in Bruno Reudenbach, Hanna Wimmer and Malena Ratzke (eds.), Studien zur Biblia pauperum (Bern: Internationaler Verlga der Wissenschaften; Vestigia Bibliae, 34), 9–30.

(2016): ‘Der Dagulf-Psalter und sein Einband’, in: Hans-Christoph Dittscheid, Doris Gerstl and Simone Hespers (eds.), Kunst-Kontexte. Festschrift für Heidrun Stein-Kecks (Petersberg: Imhof; Erlanger Studien zur Kunstgeschichte, 3), 242–249.

(2015): ‘Salvation History, Typology and the End of Time in the Biblia pauperum’, in Renana Bartal and Hanna Vorholt (eds.), Between Jerusalem and Europe: Essays in Honour of Bianca Kühnel (Leiden – Boston: Brill; Visualising the Middle Ages, 11), 217–232.

(2015): ‘Lesung und Präsenz: Überlegungen zu Struktur und Gebrauch frühmittelalterlicher Evangeliare’, in Rebecca Müller, Anselm Rau, and Johanna Scheel (eds.), Theologisches Wissen und die Kunst: Festschrift für Martin Büchsel (Berlin: Gebr. Mann; Neue Frankfurter Forschungen zur Kunst, 16), 345–357.

(2014): ‘Der Codex als Verkörperung Christi. Mediengeschichtliche, theologische und ikonographische Aspekte einer Leitidee früher Evangelienbücher’, in Joachim Friedrich Quack and Christina Luft (eds.), Erscheinungsformen und Handhabungen Heiliger Schriften (Berlin: De Gruyter; Materiale Textkulturen, 5), 229–244.

(2012): ‘Zwischen Kultsorge und individueller Programmatik – liturgische Bücher als künstlerische Aufgabe’, in Monika E. Müller und Christian Heitzmann (eds.), Einen Platz am Himmel erwerben. Bücher und Bilder im Dienste mittelalterlicher Jenseitsfürsorge. Vorträge zur Ausstellung: ‘Schätze im Himmel – Bücher auf Erden’ (Wiesbaden; Wolfenbüttler Hefte 32), 55–89.


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Samsom, Ridder H.

(2017): ‘The History of a Swahili Manuscript Presumed Lost: The ‘Memoirs’ of Hamed bin Muhammed Al-Marjabi ca. 1840-1905 AD)’, in Wafik Kelliny (ed.), Research and Surveys in National and International Archives. Volume 8 (Muscat: National Records & Archives Authority).

(2015): ‘A Case Study of Transfer of Islamic Knowledge in Swahili Manuscripts in Arabic Script: A Tafsir by Ali Hemed Abdallah Said Abdallah Masudi al-Buhry (1889–1957 CE)’, in Kelliny, Wafik (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on the History of Islamic Civilization in East Africa. Zanzibar, 2 – 4 September 2013 (Muscat: National Records & Archives Authority).

(2015): ‘KHATI ZA MKONO ZA KISWAHILI – Khati za Kiswahili Zilizoandikwa kwa Mkono kwa Herufi za Kiarabu Zilizomo katika Mikusanyiko na Hifadhi za Maandishi Afrika ya Mashariki’, in Aladin Mutembei et al. (ed.), Proceedings of International Conference “50 Years of Kiswahili as a Language of African Liberation, Unification and Renaissance”, Dar Es Salaam, October 4 - 6, 2012 (Dar es Salaam: University of Dar es Salaam).

(2015): ‘SWAHILI MANUSCRIPTS: Looking in East African Collections for Swahili Manuscripts in Arabic Script’, in Lutz Diegner, Raimund Kastenholz, Uta Reuster-Jahn and Hannelore Vögele (eds.), From the Tana River to Lake Chad. In memoriam Thomas Geider (Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag).

(2015): ‘The dissolved collection of Sheikh ʾAliy Ḥemed ʾAbdallah al-Buhriy (1889-1957)’, Islamic Africa, 6-7.

(2013): ‘Wieso benutzt man die nicht mehr gebräuchliche arabische Swahili-Schrift? / Why write in the abandoned Arabo-Swahili script?’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 11/2013.

(2011): ‘Swahili Manuscript Culture – Die Swahili Manuskriptkultur”, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4, 68–77.


Schäfer, Philipp

(2016): Editio princeps of the Commentary of George Scholarios on the Nicomachean Ethics: The Reception of Aristotle in Late Byzantium, Dissertation, University of Hamburg.


Schaefer, Karl


Schmidt, Peter

(2018): ‘Herrscherfolgen im Konzert der Medien: Genealogie als neue Aufgabe volkssprachiger Handschriften im 15. Jahrhundert’, in Jeffrey F. Hamburger and Maria Theisen (eds.), Unter Druck. Mitteleuropäische Buchmalerei im 15. Jahrhundert. Tagungsband zum internationalen Kolloquium in Wien, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 13.1.-17.1.2016 (Petersberg: Imhof), 246–261.

(2018): ‘Neues vom durchbohrten Herzen. Ein Beitrag zur Ikonographie der sogenannten Speerbildchen’, in Daniela Wagner und Hanna Wimmer (eds.), Heilige. Bücher - Leiber - Orte. Festschrift für Bruno Reudenbach (Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag), 185–198.

(2016): ‘235. Hartmann Schedel, Lieber chronicarum’, in Jeffrey F. Hamburger et al. (eds.), Beyond Words. Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), 298–299.

(2016): ‘70. Prayer Book’, in Jeffrey F. Hamburger et al. (eds.), Beyond Words. Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), 94–95.

with Jakub Šimek (2015): ‘Der ‚Welsche Gast‘. Ein Buch im Wandel’, in Leben, Dinge, Texte. Begleitheft zur Ausstellung des Sonderforschungsbereichs 933 „Materiale Textkulturen – Materialität und Präsenz des Geschriebenen in non-typographischen Gesellschaften, Heidelberg, Universitätsmuseum, 2. Februar - 7. März 2015 (Heidelberg: Kataloge Universitätsmuseum Heidelberg, 10), 8–11.

(2015): ‘Ikonographische Operationen am offenen Herzen: Zu Risiken und Wundschmerzen’, in Rebecca Müller, Anselm Rau and Johanna Scheel (eds.), Theologisches Wissen und die Kunst. Festschrift für Martin Büchsel (Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag; Neue Frankfurter Forschungen zur Kunst, 16), 359–368 and Taf. 18–20.


Schmücker, Marcus

with Fabian Heubel (eds.) (2013): Dimensionen der Selbstkultivierung: Beiträge des Forums für Asiatische Philosophie, (Freiburg: Karl Alber Verlag).


Schwarke, Cosima

with Friedrich, Michael (eds.) (2016): One-Volume Libraries: Composite and Multiple-Text Manuscripts (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 9).

(2013): ‘Beschreibungen der Handschriften Cod. in scrin. 16, Cod. in scrin. 153, Cod. philol. 4 und Cod. philol. 87’, in Christian Brockmann (ed.): Von Homer und Aristoteles bis zum Neuplatonismus.Griechische Handschriften in norddeutschen Sammlungen [Katalog zur Ausstellung in der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 24. September – 1. Dezember 2013 anlässlich des VIII. Internationalen Kolloquiums zur Griechischen Paläographie, Universität Hamburg vom 22. – 28 September 2013] (Hamburg: University of Hamburg), 16–17, 32–33, 37–40 und 61–62.


Seidensticker, Tilman

(2017): ‘How Arabic Manuscripts Moved to German Libraries’, manuscript cultures 10: 73–82.

(ed.) (2017): VOHD XIII, 13: 11 Alttürkische Handschriften Teil 3: Die Handschriftenfragmente der Maitrisimit aus Sängim und Murtuk in der Berliner Turfansammlung. Beschrieben von von Jens Peter Laut und Jens Wilkens (ferner Herausgeberschaft von VOHD XLIII, 43; VOHD X, 10; VOHD XIII, 13; VOHD II, 2; VOHD XVII, 17; VOHD XI, 11; VOHD XXXVII, 37; VOHD XVIIB, 17 B; VOHD XXIII, 8; VOHD XII, 8; VOHD XII, 7; VOHD XI, 18; VOHD XI, 19; VOHD XII, 2; VOHD XIII, 27).

(2017): ‘How Arabic Manuscripts Moved to German Libraries’, manuscript cultures, 10.

(2015): ‘Audience Certificates in Arabic Manuscripts – the Genre and a Case Study’, in manuscript cultures 8, 75-91.

(2012): Rezension von: Christiane Gruber (ed.): The Islamic Manuscript Tradition. Ten Centuries of Book Arts in Indiana University Collections. Bloomington u. Indianapolis 2010. In: Der Islam 88, 451–452

(2011): ‘Arabische Manuskriptkultur – The Arabic Manuscript Culture’, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4, 78–92.


Shevchuk, Ivan

with Sebastian Bosch, Claudia Colini, Oliver Hahn, and Andreas Janke (2018): ‘The Atri Fragment Revisited I: Multispectral Imaging and Ink Identification’, in manuscript cultures 11: 141–156.


Sobieroj, Florian

(2017): Variance in Arabic Manuscripts. Arabic didactic poems from the 11th to 17th centuries: Analysis of textual variance and its control in the manuscripts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 5).

(2014): ‘Arabic Manuscripts on the Periphery: Northwest Africa, Yemen and China”, in Jörg B. Quenzer, Dmitry Bondarev und Jan-Ulrich Sobisch (eds.), Manuscript Cultures: Mapping the Field [Proceedings of the Workshop on Manuscriptology, Copenhagen 2007] (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 1), 79–112.

(2013): ‘Paratexte in arabischen Handschriften’, in Tilman Nagel (ed.): Wege zum geistigen Erbe der Menschheit. Die Katalogisierung der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland (Göttingen: Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen ), 37–47.

(2012): ‘Einheitlichkeit und Vielfalt in islamischen Überliefererzeugnissen und Lehrbefugnissen aus 1000 Jahren’, in Andreas Görke, Konrad Hirschler (eds.): Manuscript notes as documentary sources (Würzburg: Ergon Verlag ), 23–36.


Solth, Arved

(2014): Klassifizierung von Ligaturen in mittelalterlichen Musikhandschriften Universität Hamburg, Department Informatik, Mitteilung FBI-HH-M-349).

with Bernd Neumann and Rainer Herzog (2014): ‘A Modular Workbench for Manuscript Analysis’, in Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Bernd Neumann and Ira Rabin (eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis = manuscript cultures 7, 132–137.

with Bernd Neumann and Rainer Herzog (2014): Text Block Recognition in Multi-oriented Handwritten Documents (TR FBI-HH-B-301/14, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg).

(2013): Using Harris Corners for the Retrieval of Graphs in Historical Manuscripts. 12th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), doi: 10.1109/ICDAR, 1295–1299.

with Rainer Herzog, Oliver Bestmann, Julian Scheel, and Bernd Neumann (2012): ‘Retrieving Writing Patterns From Historical Manuscripts Using Local Descriptors’, Digital Humanities: 288–291.

with Bernd Neumann and Rainer Herzog (2011): ‘Computerverfahren für den Handschriftenvergleich von Manuskripten – Computer Methods for Comparing the Hands of Manuscripts’, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4, 169–175.

with Bernd Neumann and Rainer Herzog (2010): Computer-based Stroke Extraction in Historical Manuscripts (Technical Report FBI-HH-B‐296/10, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg).


Sommer, Lena

(2014): ‘Ein fleischgewordener Buchstabe? / A letter incarnate?’ In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 04/2014.


Staack, Thies

(2016): Reconstructing Early Chinese Bamboo Manuscripts: Towards a Systematic Approach Including Verso Analysis, Dissertation, University of Hamburg.

with Ulrich Lau (2016): Legal Practice in the Formative Stages of the Chinese Empire: An Annotated Translation of the Exemplary Qin Criminal Cases from the Yuelu Academy Collection (Leiden: Brill).

(2015): ‘Identifying Codicological Sub-units in Bamboo Manuscripts: Verso Lines Revisited’, in manuscript cultures 8, 157–186.

(2014): ‘Yuelu Qinjian “Wei yu deng zhuang si zhong” xin jian de yi mei loujian yu anli liu de bianlian / 岳麓秦簡《爲獄等狀四種》新見的一枚漏簡與案例六的編聯 / A Newly-discovered Slip of the Yuelu Academy “Wei yu deng zhuang si zhong” and the Structure of Case no. 6’, Journal of Hunan University (Social Sciences), 28/4: 7–10.

(2014): ‘Yuelu Qinjian “Wei li zhi guan ji qianshou” de bianlian xiuding: Yiju jianbei huaxian yu fanyin ziji / 岳麓秦簡《爲吏治官及黔首》的編聯修訂 — 依據簡背劃綫與反印字跡 / A New Reconstruction of the Yuelu Academy “Wei li zhi guan ji qianshou”: Based on Verso Lines and Verso Imprints of Writing’ (Translated by Huang Hai 黃海), in Wang Pei 王沛 (ed.), Chutu wenxian yu falü shi yanjiu (di san ji) 出土文獻與法律史研究(第三輯) (Shanghai: Shanghai renmin chubanshe), 73–99.

(2014): ‘The “Wei li zhi guan ji qianshou” Manuscript from the Yuelu Academy Collection: A New Reconstruction Based on Verso Lines and Verso Imprints of Writing.’, in Tomoyuki Nagata (ed.), Documents and Writing Materials in East Asia (Kyōto: Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyōto University), 1–27.

(2013): ‘Yuelu Qin jian “Wei yu deng zhuang si zhong” juance yi de bianlian: Yiju jianbei huaxian he jianbei fanyin ziji fuyuan juance yuanmao / 岳麓秦簡《爲獄等狀四種》卷冊一的編聯 — 依據簡背劃綫和簡背反印字跡復原卷冊原貌 / The Structure of Manuscript 1 of the “Wei yu deng zhuang si zhong” from the Yuelu Academy Qin Slips: Reconstructing a Manuscript Roll on the Basis of Verso Lines and Verso Imprints of Writing’ (Translated by Li Jingrong 李婧嶸), Journal of Hunan University (Social Sciences), 27/3: 20–25.

(2012): ‘Sex & Crime im alten China – Realität oder Fiktion? / Sex & Crime in Ancient China – Facts or Fiction?’ In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 12/2012.


Stiehl, H. Siegfried

with Vinodh Rajan (2018): ‘Bringing Paleography to the Table: Developing an Interactive Manuscript Exploration System for Large Multi-Touch Devices’, in Document Analysis Systems (DAS), 13th IAPR International Workshop, 2018, Vienna, Austria.

with Vinodh Rajan (2018): ‘From Eye-to-Eye to Hand-in-Hand: Collaborative Solution Building in Interdisciplinary Manuscript Research’, in Burghardt, M. and Müller-Birn, C. (eds.), INF-DH-2018 (Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.).

with Christian Brockmann, Michael Friedrich, Oliver Hahn, Volker Märgner, and Ira Rabin (2016): Book of Abstracts, Conference Programme: Second International Conference on Natural Sciences and Technology in Manuscript Analysis, 29 February-2 March 2016 (Hamburg: Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg).


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Techasiriwan, Apiradee

with Volker Grabowsky (in print): ‘Buddhist worldview as reflected in inscriptions of Buddha images and colophons of Buddhist manuscripts from Tai Lü areas in Northern Laos’, Aséanie, 32: 28 pp.

(2016): ‘Locating Tai Lü and Tai Khün Manuscripts in Space and Time’, in Giovanni Ciotti and Hang Lin (eds.): Tracing Manuscripts in Time and Space through Paratexts (Berlin: De Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 7), 35-58.

with Volker Grabowsky (2013): ‘Tai Lü Identities in the Upper Mekong valley: Glimpses From Mulberry Paper Manuscripts’, Aséanie, 31: 11–54.


Thiemann, Stefan

(2017): ‘Metadaten – Erfahrungen und Erwartungen für Forschungsanwendungen’, in Synergie, 04: 56–57.

(2017): ‘Open Acess bzw. Openess an der Universiät Hamburg’, Synergie, 03: 68–69.


Tumanov, Rostislav

(forthcoming): ‘Devotional Reenactment on the Way through the Book: The Peculiar Layout of the Copenhagen Hours‘, Clothing Sacred Scripture.

(2016): Artikel ‘Meister der Brüsseler Initialen’, 335; ‘Meister des Gebetbuchs Heinrichs II.’, 378; ‘Meister der Getty Episteln’, 384; ‘Orosius-Meister’, 474, in Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon, 88 (Berlin: De Gruyter).

(2015): ‘Vermittler, Verfolger, Verführter: der Leser des Kopenhagener Stundenbuches’, Visual Past, 2/1: 601-624. (Click here for online version)

(2015): Moving Through the Space of the Book: The Copenhagen Hours (Kongelige Bibliotek Denmark, Ms Thot 541 4°) and it's Pictorial Program in the Context of Late Medieval Reading and Devotion, Dissertation, University of Hamburg.

(2014): ‘Auf dem Leseweg durch den Raum des Buches – Das Kopenhagener Stundenbuch im Kontext spätmittelalterlicher Lektüre- und Andachtspraktiken’, in Anna-Lena Glanz, Wiebke Nierste, Lisa-Kristin Wels, and Sabine Schmitt (eds.), ‘Ich lese, also bin ich’– Medien der Schriftlichkeit und ihre Rezipienten im Wandel (Marburg: Tectum Verlag), 145–168.

(2014): ‘Auf der Bühne des Textes – Zum Tagungsband “Imaginative Theatralität” – szenische Verfahren und kulturelle Potenziale in mittelalterlicher Dichtung, Kunst und Historiographie’, hrsg. von Manfred Kern. .

(2013): ‘Das Gebet als sakrale Peepshow? - Das Kopenhagener Stundenbuch und sein besonderes Layout / The daily prayer as a sacred peep show? - The Copenhagen Hours Manuscript and its special layout’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 02/2013.


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Ulrich, Arne

(2014): ‘Wenn der Mars im Zeichen des Steinbock.../ When Mars is in the sign of Capricorn...’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 06/2014.


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Valente, Stefano

(2019): ‘Zur Überlieferung der Epitome physica des Nikephoros Blemmydes: die ältesten Handschriften’, in Christian Brockmann et al. (eds.), Griechisch-byzantinische Handschriftenforschung. Traditionen, Entwicklungen, neue Wege (Berlin: De Gruyter), 519–527.

(2018): ‘From Plato to the Byzantine Etymologica. The etymologies of ‘ἥρωες’ in the Etymologicum Gudianum’, in C. Charalambakis et al. (eds.), Festschift in honour of John N. Kazazis (Berlin: De Gruyter; Trends in Classics, Supplementary Volume 72), 73–84.

(2018): ‘Ein Zitat von Nikephoros Blemmydes aus dem Cod. Misc. Gr. 2773 der Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Darmstadt’, in Parekbolai. An Electronic Journal for Byzantine Literature, 8: 55–59.

(2018): ‘The construction of a philosophical textbook: Some remarks on Nikephoros Blemmydes’s Epitome physica’, in AION. Annali dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, 40: 147–164.

(2017): ‘The Doctrine of Winds in Blemmydes: On the Reception of Aristotelian Meteorology in the Palaeologan Age’, in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, 57: 231–247.

(2017): ‘Old and new lexica in Palaeologan Byzantium’, in A. M. Cuomo and E. Trapp (eds.), Toward a Historical Sociolinguistic Poetics of Medieval Greek (Turnhout: Brepols), 45–55.

(2017): ‘Porphyrios und der ‚Kratylos‘ in einer Glosse des Etymologicum Gudianum (510, 15f. de Stefani)’, in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 201: 64–67.

(2017): ‘Die Werke des Nikephoros Blemmydes in der Manuskriptsammlung der Biblioteca Acade¬miei Române (Bukarest): ein erster Bericht’, in F. D’Aiuto, S. Lucà and A. Luzzi (eds.), Κῆπος ἀειθαλής. Studi in ricordo di Augusta Acconcia Longo, I(Nea Rhome; 13): 277–286.

(2016): ‘Zu einigen Recentiores der Epitome physica von Nikephoros Blemmydes’, in Parekbolai. An Electronic Journal for Byzantine Literature, 6: 15–38.

(2015): ‘Eine ‚neue‘ Handschrift der v-Rezension des Cyrill-Lexikons: der Pragensis X F 50 (+ 1 Da 5)’, in M. Tziatzi et al. (eds.), Lemmata. Beiträge zum Gedenken an Christos Theodoridis (Berlin: De Gruyter), 394–408.

(2015): ‘Typology of grammatical treatises’, in S. Matthaios, F. Montanari and A. Rengakos (eds), Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship (Leiden: Brill), 600–621.

(2015): ‘Orthography’, in S. Matthaios, F. Montanari and A. Rengakos (eds), Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship (Leiden: Brill), 949–977.

(2015): The Antiatticist. Introduction and Critical Edition (Berlin: De Gruyter; Sammlung griechischer und lateinischer Grammatiker, 16).

with M. Martelli (2013): ‘Per una nuova edizione commentata di un lessico alchemico bizantino’, Eikasmós, 24: 275–296.

(2012): Il lessici a Platone di Timeo Sofista e Pseudo-Didimo. Introduzione ed edizione critica (Berlin: De Gruyter; Sammlung griechischer und lateinischer Grammatiker, 14).

(2012): ‘A Greek–Latin fragment of the “erweiterte Synagoge” in ms. Arund. 9 f. 55r’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 181: 54–60.

(2012): Review of: ‘F. Schironi, From Alexandria to Babylon. Near Eastern Languages and Hellenistic Erudition in the Oxyrhynchus Glossary (P.Oxy. 1802 + 4812), Berlin–New York 2009‘. In: Gnomon 84 (2012): 5–9.


Valentino, Danilo

(2017): Das Iatrosophion des Cod. Taur. B.VII.18 (Neuried: Ars Una; Münchner Arbeiten zur Byzantinistik, 1).

(2015): ‘Review: 34. Treffen des Interdisziplinären Arbeitskreises „Alte Medizin“ Magonza, 5 e 6 Luglio 2014‘, Lettre d’informations. Médecine antique et médiévale, Nouvelle série, 12: 112–114.

with Serena Buzzi (2015): ‘Review of: S. Fortuna, I. Garofalo, A. Roselli (ed.): Medicina nei Secoli, Giornale di Storia della Medicina, Nuova serie vol. 25, anno 2013, 506 p. 658-1164‘, Lettre d’informations. Médecine antique et médiévale, Nouvelle série, 12: 55–74.


Valieva, Nafisa

(2017): ‘MsEthiopic 4 of the Collection of the India Office: A strayed Manuscript of Gadla Lālibalā’, in AETHIOPICA, 20: 190–201.


Veltri, Giuseppe

(2015): A Mirror of Rabbinic Hermeneutics. Studies in Religion, Magic and Language Theory in Ancient Judaism (Berlin: De Gruyter).

(2013): ‘Tre tipi di religiosità ashkenazita’, in Luciano Vaccaro (ed.), Storia religiosa degli Ebrei di Europa (Milan: ITL-Centro Ambrosiano), 179–214.

(ed.) (2013): Simone Luzzatto: Scritti politici e filosofici di un ebreo scettico nella Venezia del seicento (Milan: Bompiani).

(2012): ‘Steinschneider’s Interstitial Explanation of Magic’, in Reimund Leicht and Gad Freudenthal (eds.), Studies on Steinschneider: Moritz Steinschneider and the Emergence of the Science of Judaism in Nineteenth-Century Germany (Leiden: Brill), 233–246.

with Johannes Thon and Ernst Joachim Waschke (eds.) (2012): Sprachbewusstsein und Sprachkonzepte im Alten Orient, Alten Testament und rabbinischen Judentum (Halle: ZIRS).

(2012): ‘Sprachauffassungen und Textüberlieferung im rabbinischen Judentum’, in Johannes Thon, Giuseppe Veltri, and Ernst Joachim Waschke (eds.), Sprachbewusstsein und Sprachkonzepte im Alten Orient, Alten Testament und rabbinischen Judentum (Halle: ZIRS), 143–162.

(2012): ‘Freche Schüler vs. gescheite Rabbinen: Die Kunst des Lernens im antiken Judentum&’, in Almut-Barbara Renger (ed.), Meister und Schüler in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Von Religionen der Antike bis zur modernen Esoterik (Göttingen: V&R Unipress), 135–145.

with Gianfranco Miletto (2012): ‘Hebrew Studies in Wittenberg (1502–1813): From “lingua sacra” to Semitic Studies’, European Journal of Jewish Studies, 6: 1–22.

with Gianfranco Miletto and Guido Bartolucci (2011): ‘The Last Will and Testament of Simone Luzzatto (1583?-1663) and the Only Known Manuscript of the Discorso (1638): Newly Discovered Manuscripts from the State Archive of Venice and the Marciana Library’, European Journal of Jewish Studies, 5: 125–146.


Vennebusch, Jochen

(in print): ‘Observations on “Breviaria” / “Capitula” of Reichenau Gospel Books’, manuscript culture, 12.

(2018): ‘Rezension von: Klaus Gereon Beuckers / Beate Johlen-Budnik (Hgg.): Das Gerresheimer Evangeliar’, sehepunkte, 18/2.

(2017): ‘Besprechung von: Jennifer P. Kingsley, The Bernward Gospels. Art, Memory, and the Episcopate in Medieval Germany’, Journal für Kunstgeschichte, 21/3: 213–217

(2016): ‘Das „Licht der Welt“ in einem Manuskript / The Light of the World in the Form of a Manuscript’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 12/2016.

(2015): ‘Gideon. Visual Arts’, Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, 10/10: 232f..

(2013): ‘Aktuelle Forschungen zum modernen Kirchenbau’, Theologie und Glaube, 107/2: 230–244.

with Ulrike Winkel (2013): ‘Im Spannungsfeld von Stadt und Land. Die Architektur der Groß Flottbeker Kirche’ in Jochen Vennebusch, Matthias Lobe (eds.), Die Flottbeker Kirche in Hamburg (Lindenberg, Allgäu), 9–19.

with Ulrike Winkel (2013): ‘Traditionsverbunden und einheitlich. Die neubarocken Prinzipalstücke der Groß Flottbeker Kirche’ in Jochen Vennebusch, Matthias Lobe (eds.), Die Flottbeker Kirche in Hamburg (Lindenberg, Allgäu), 35–38.

(2013): ‘Zentrale Facetten der Spiritualität des Deutschen Ordens im Spiegel der „Älteren Hochmeisterchronik“, in Ordines Militares. Colloqiua Torunensia Historica. Yearbook for the Study of the Military Orders, 28, 243–265.

with Ulrike Winkel (2012): Friedenskirche und Osterkirche Hamburg-Eilbek.

with Ulrike Winkel (2012): ‘Die Osterkirche und ihr Flügelretabel’, in Ev.-luth. Kirchengemeinde Eilbek (ed.), 50 Jahre ev.-luth. Osterkirche Hamburg-Eilbek (Hamburg), 14f. .

(2012): ‘Post tenebras spero lucem (Ijob 17,12). Marc Siebenhüners Tugendallegorien und der Wies-Gedanke’, in Prämonstratenserabtei Speinshart (ed.), Marc Siebenhüner. Totentanz – Wege ins Jenseits (Ausstellungskatalog Wieskapelle Speinshart), 10–17.

(2011): ‘Das Grab von Pater Vitus Georg Tönnemann SJ in der „Kirche am Hof“ in Wien‘, in Georg Korting (ed.) Vitus Georg Tönnemann (1659-1740). Ein Paderborner Jesuit am Kaiserhof in Wien, Paderborner Theologische Studien 53, 167–172.


Vogelsang, Kai

(2011): ‘Chinesische Manuskriptkultur - Chinese Manuscript Culture‘, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 – 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4, 157–161.


Vollandt, Ronny

(2017): ‘Jacob Georg Christian Adler (1756–1834) and his Books’, in Irina Wandrey (ed.) (2017): Jewish Manuscript Cultures: New Perspectives (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 13), 275–306.

(ed.) (2016): Orientalische Bibelhandschriften aus der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – PK / Oriental Bible Manuscripts from the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – PK (Wiesbaden: Reichert).

(2015): Arabic Version of the Pentateuch. A comparative study of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Sources (Leiden: Brill).

(2014): ‘From the Desks of a Coptic-Muslim Workshop: Paris, BnF, MS Ar. 1 and the Large-Scale Production of Luxurious Arabic Bibles in Early Ottoman Cairo’, in Esperanza Alfonso and Jonathan Decter (eds.), Patronage, Production, and Transmission of Texts in Medieval and Early Modern Jewish Cultures (Turnhout: Brepols), 231–265.

with Miriam Lindgren Hjölm (2014): ‘An Early Copy of the Pentateuch and the Book of Daniel in Arabic (MS Sinai—Arabic 2): Preliminary Observations on Codicology, Text Types, and Translation Technique’, in Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 1: 43–68.

(2013): ‘Some Historiographical Remarks on Medieval and Early-Modern Scholarship of Biblical Versions in Arabic: A Status Quo’, in Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 1: 25–42.

(2013): ‘Che portono al ritorno quì una Bibbia Arabica integra: A history of the Biblia Sacra Arabica (1671–73)’, in Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala and Samir Khalil Samir (eds.), Græco-latina et orientalia. Studia in honorem Angeli Urbani Heptagenarii (Beirut: CEDRAC), 401–418.

(2012): ‘The Arabic Pentateuch of the Paris Polyglot: Saadiah Gaon’s advent to the republic of letters’, in Sara Binay and Stefan Leder (eds.), Linguistic and Cultural Aspects of Arabic Bible Translations (Beirut:Orient Institut Beirut; Beiruter Texte und Studien, No. 131), 19–35.

(2012): ‘1.1.5. Biblia judia en arabe. Localizacion: Madrid, BNE, MS 5475’, in Javier del Barco (ed.), Biblias deSefarad: Vidas cruzadas del texto y sus lectores (Madrid: Biblioteca Nacional de Espana).


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Wandrey, Irina

(2017): Jewish Manuscript Cultures: New Perspectives (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 13).

(2017): ‘Siddur Tefilla – Gebetbuch für den Schabbat, die ausgezeichneten Schabbattage und Purim’, in Michaela Feurstein-Prasser, Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek (eds.), Die weibliche Seite Gottes (Hohenems – Wien – Vaduz: Bucher), 192–195.

(2016): ‘Jüdische Manuskriptkulturen im Osmanischen Reich - Jewish Manuscript Cultures in the Ottoman Empire’, in Janina Karolewski and Yavuz Köse (eds.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen / Wonders of Creation. Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections’ [Catalogue to the exhibition ‘Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge. Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 15. September 2016 – 30. Oktober 2016] = manuscript cultures 9, 35–40.

(2016): ‘TaNaKH - Die hebräische Bibel / TaNaKH The Hebrew Bible’, in Meliné Pehlivanian, Christoph Rauch, and Ronny Vollandt (eds.), Orientalische Bibelhandschriften aus der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin-PK. Eine illustrierte Geschichte / Oriental Bible manuscripts from the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin-PK. An illustrated history (Wiesbaden: Reichert), 30–41.

(2015): ‘König Salomo und der Bund der Beschneidung: Ein Mohelbuch aus dem Biedermeier / King Solomon and the covenant of circumcision: A Biedermeier mohel book?’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 02/2015.

(ed.) (2014): Tora – Talmud – Siddur. Hebräische Handschriften der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg = manuscript cultures 6.


Wilden, Eva

(2017): ‘Tamil Satellite Stanzas: Genres and Distribution’, in Vincenzo Vergiani, Daniele Cuneo, Camillo Alessio Formigatti: ‘Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages - Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations’ (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 14), 163–192.

(2015): ‘Making Order in the Vaults of Memory: Tamil Satellite Stanzas on the Transmission of Texts’, in Camillo Formigatti (ed.), Proceedings of the Turin Coffee-Break Conference 2013.

(2015) ‘On the Threshold between Legend and History: the Afterlife of a Mackenzie Manuscript’, in manuscript cultures 8, 92–98.

(ed.) (2014): Manuscript, Print and Memory: Relics of the Caṅkam in Tamilnadu (Berlin: de Gruyter; Studies in Manuscript Cultures, 3).

(2012/13): ‘On the Eight Uses of Palm-leaf – ōlai and ēṭu in the Tamil Literature of the First Millennium’, in manuscript cultures 5: 68–75.

with Emmanuel Francis (2011): ‘Manuskriptkultur in Tamil Nadu / Manuscript Culture in Tamil Nadu‘, in Jörg B. Quenzer (ed.), Ausstellungskatalog ‘Manuskriptkulturen / Manuscript cultures’ [Catalogue of the exhibition: ‘Faszination Handschrift: 2000 Jahre Manuskriptkulturen in Asien, Afrika und Europa’, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, 17 November 2011 - 8 January 2012] = manuscript cultures 4, 117–125.


Wimmer, Hanna

with Bruno Reudenbach and Malena Ratzke (eds.) (2016): Studien zur Biblia pauperum (Bern: Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; Vestigia Bibliae, 34).

(2016): ‘Ein neuer Blick auf die Seitendisposition in Biblia pauperum-Handschriften’, in Bruno Reudenbach, Malena Ratzke, and Hanna Wimmer (eds.), Studien zur Biblia pauperum (Bern: Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; Vestigia Bibliae, 34), 31–100.

(2015): Zu Seitendisposition und Illustration in Aristotelesmanuskripten aus Oxford und Paris, ca. 1230–1320. Mediale Konsequenzen der universitären Lehr- und Lernpraxis, Dissertation, Universität Hamburg 2012.

(2013): ‘Text, pictura und figura im Breviculum Thomas le Myésiers’, in Iris Höger, Christine Oldörp, and Hanna Wimmer (eds.), Mediale Wechselwirkungen. Adaptionen – Transformationen – Reinterpretationen (Berlin: Reimer; Schriftenreihe der Isa Lohmann-Siems Stiftung, 7).

with Iris Höger and Christine Oldörp (eds.) (2013): Mediale Wechselwirkungen. Adaptionen – Transformationen – Reinterpretationen (Berlin: Reimer; Schriftenreihe der Isa Lohmann-Siems Stiftung, 7).

(2013): ‘Natura, God and Aristotle: Illustrating concepts of nature in Paris, Bibliothèque Mazarine, Ms. 3469’, in Laura Cleaver, Kathryn Gerry, and Jim Harris (eds.): Art and Nature (London: The Courtauld Institute of Art; Immediations Conference Papers, 1).

(2012): ‘Schnittstellen. Illustration und Seitendisposition zwischen Text und Lehrdiskurs’, Das Mittelalter, 20: 87–99.

(2012): ‘Ist doch alles Gold, was glänzt? / All that glitters is not gold - or is it?’. In: Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month 08/2012.


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Zimmermann, Meike

(ed.) (01/2013–09/2013): Manuskript des Monats / manuscript of the month.


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