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 : 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. Hamburg, Languages and Contexts: the Transmission of Knowledge in the Horn of Africa. Hamburg, 17-19 July 2014 :
|Series:||Supplement to Aethiopica, International Journal of Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies ;
Table of Contents:
- Preface: From the Conference to the Proceedings
- Introduction: Team work in Ethiopian manuscript studies
- Notes to the reader
- Chapter 1: Projects in Manuscript Studies, edited by Eugenia SOKOLINSKI
- Denis NOSNITSIN, 'Ethio-SPaRe: Cultural Heritage of Christian Ethiopia, Salvation, Preservation, and Research'
- Marco BARBARINO, Annex: 3D survey and modelling of Mǝʼǝsar Gwǝḥila Mikaʼel
- Alessandro BAUSI, 'TraCES: From Translation to Creation: Changes in Ethiopic Style and Lexicon from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages'
- Cristina VERTAN, Annex: Towards a digital lexicon of Ethiopic: the TraCES experience
- Alessandro GORI, 'IslHornAfr: Islam in the Horn of Africa. A Comparative Literary Approach'
- Chapter 2: Codicology of Christian Ethiopic Manuscripts, edited by Denis NOSNITSIN
- Denis NOSNITSIN, Deconstructing a manuscript collection: the case of Araʿro Täklä Haymanot (Gulo Mäḵäda, East Tǝgray)
- Sophia DEGE-MÜLLER, The Ethiopic Psalter manuscripts: scribal practices and text arrangement
- Vitagrazia PISANI, The apocryphal 'Acts of the Apostles': unknown witnesses from East Tǝgray
- Chapter 3: Manuscripts and History of Ethiopia, edited by Denis NOSNITSIN
- Getatchew HAILE, Emperor Zärʼa Yaʿqob to Augusta Helena, 'Your deed followed You'
- Solomon GEBREYES, The Chronicle of Emperor Gälawdewos (1540-1559): a source on Ethiopia's mediaeval historical geography
- Margaux HERMAN, (Re)writing the history of Goǧǧam in ancient and mediaeval times: the prism of the nineteenth-century regional historiography
- Chapter 4: Ethiopic Philology, edited by Alessandro BAUSI
- Amsalu TEFERA, 'Cycles of Zion' in Ethiopic texts
- Daniel ASSEFA, An old witness for the Ethiopic version of Ben Sira
- Garry JOST, The textual criticism of Ethiopic Obadiah: identification of five forms of the text
- Andreu MARTÍNEZ D'ALÒS-MONER, Leonardo COHEN, On the roots of Ethiopic philologyand a bilingual letter from the Jesuit mission period
- Alessandro BAUSI, Johann Michael Wansleben's manuscripts and texts. An update
- Chapter 5: Islamic Manuscript Tradition of Ethiopia, edited by Alessandro GORI
- Endris MOHAMMED, 'Maʿūnat al-faqīr by šayḫ' Muḥammad Šāfī (d. 1806): a first introduction
- Michele PETRONE, Devotional texts in Ethiopian Islam: 'a munāǧāh' invoking the intercession of prophets, male and female saints and 'ʿulamāʼ'
- Sara FANI, Magic, traditional medicine and theurgy in Arabo-Islamic manuscripts of the Horn of Africa: a brief note on their description
- Alessandro GORI, 'Waqf' certificates of Qurʼāns from Harar: A first assessment
- Andreas WETTER, Two Argobba manuscripts from Wällo
- Kemal ABDULWEHAB, The 'Kašf al-ġumma' by 'šayḫ' Ṭalḥa b. Ǧaʿfar (d.1935): a messianic and polemical Amharic-'aǧäm' text