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A Catalogue of Byzantine Manuscripts in their Liturgical Context: Challenges and Perspectives
Collected Papers resulting from the expert meeting of the Catalogue of Byzantine Manuscripts programme held at the PThU in Kampen, the Netherlands on 6th-7th November 2009.

K. Spronk, G. Rouwhorst, S. Royé (eds.)
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XVIII+336 p., 18 colour ill., 216 x 280 mm, 2013
ISBN: 978-2-503-54895-1
Languages: English, Greek, Russian
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Web: http://dx.doi.org/10.1484/M.CBM-SUBSIDIA-EB.6.09070802050003050408090501

The world of Byzantine manuscripts is fascinating but also confusing. Although they play an important part in modern studies on the history of Christian liturgy and on the textual history of the Bible, a clear overview of the vast amount of these manuscripts in their many different forms is lacking. A new approach in their cataloguing is called for. The present volume brings together a number of specialists in the field of Byzantine, liturgical and Biblical studies with the aim to develop a new methodology for codicological research of the Byzantine manuscripts, taking seriously the original environment of the integral codices in the monasteries and the churches in which they were manufactured and functioned.

Prof. dr. Klaas Spronk is Head of the Research Department Sources of the Protestant Theological University (PThU), location Amsterdam, and chairman of the CBM Academic Board.

Prof. dr. Gerard Rouwhorst is Professor of Liturgical History at the Tilburg School of Catholic Theology and member of the Department of Biblical Sciences and Church History of that institution. He is member of the CBM Academic Board.

Dr. Stefan Royé is member of the Research Department Sources of the Protestant Theological University (PThU), location Amsterdam, and CBM programme coordinator and secretary of the Academic Board.

Series Branch:
Catalogue of Byzantine Manuscripts in their Liturgical Context
Catalogue of Byzantine Manuscripts in their Liturgical Context. Subsidia
Interest Classification:
Book History, Manuscript Studies & Palaeography
Library Catalogues : manuscripts

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