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Arabic manuscript tradition

a glossary of technical terms and bibliography : supplement

by Adam Gacek

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manuscripts, Arabic -- History -- Bibliography,
  • Codicology -- Dictionaries,
  • Arabic language -- Dictionaries -- English,
  • Paleography, Arabic -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Adam Gacek.
    GenreBibliography., Dictionaries., Dictionaries
    SeriesHandbook of Oriental studies. Section 1, the Near and Middle East
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6605.A6 G33 2001 Suppl.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16504648M
    ISBN 109789004165403
    LC Control Number2008005700

    Walid Saleh describes the medieval Muslim Middle East as “one of the most bookish of pre-modern cultures” (Formation of the Classical Tafsīr Tradition, Leiden: Brill, , p. ), and Tilman Seidensticker observes that “the medium of the manuscript was intrinsic to the Islamic-Arabic culture” (in Manuscript Cultures, ed. Jörg B. A Research Blog about Manuscripts, Printed Books, and Ephemera in Arabic Script and, on the other hand, a rich manuscript tradition for the book’s diffusion from the thirteenth century onwards. In order to address both challenges simultaneously, the project combined the methodologies of manuscript studies with those from the Digital.

    On the downside, the Zaydi manuscript tradition is widely dispersed. The most significant and by far largest collections of Zaydi manuscripts are housed by the many public and private libraries of Yemen (estimates range betw to , manuscripts).   Clare Wilde on Sidney H. Griffith’s The Bible in Arabic Sidney H. Griffith, The Bible in Arabic: The Scriptures of the ‘People of the Book’ in the Language of , Christians and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World, Princeton University Press, , pp., $ Non-Muslims, including Jews and Christians, have spoken Arabic since before the revelation of the Qur’an.

    The extant manuscripts were classified into two groups by J. W. Engroff, in his Ph. D. dissertation at Harvard: The Arabic Tradition of Euclid's Elements: Book V, Cambridge Generally speaking, "Group A" are those MSS that seem to preserve or at least contain elements from the earlier, al-Ḥaǧǧāǧ-tradition, and "Group B" do not present these features.   A companion volume to The Arabic Manuscript Tradition () and its Supplement (), the Vademecum comprises some entries of varying lengths dealing with almost all aspects of Arabic manuscript studies (codicology and palaeography). It is illustrated with specimens from manuscripts and expertly executed : Robin Dougherty.


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Adam Gacek, currently Head of the Islamic Studies Library and a lecturer in Arabic manuscript studies at the Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University (Montreal) is the author of six catalogues of manuscripts, many articles and book chapters on various aspects of codicology and paleography, as well as The Arabic Manuscript Tradition: a Cited by: 5.

Covering the entire spectrum of Arabic manuscripts, and especially the handwritten book, this book consists of a glossary of technical terms and a bibliography. Arabic manuscript tradition book technical terms, collected from a variety of sources, embrace a vast range of topics dealing with the making and reading (studying) of Arabic manuscripts.

They include: the Arabic scripts, penmanship, writing materials and. The Arabic Manuscript Tradition embrace a vast range of topics dealing with the making and reading (studying) of Arabic manuscripts.

They include: the Arabic scripts, penmanship, writing materials and implements, the make-up of the codex, copying and correction, decoration and bookbinding. for this monumental effort is essentially Cited by: : The Arabic Manuscript Tradition the Arabic Manuscript Tradition: A Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibliography a Glossary of Technical Terms and and Middle East) (English and Arabic Edition) (): Adam Gacek: Books.

Islamic manuscript and book tradition, but also on the trajectory of development of the intellectual and chancellery culture of medieval Islam.

Besides, Gacek has uniquelyAuthor: Amidu Sanni. For a guide to structuring your descriptive notes (particularly helpful as you prepare for a visit to a manuscript repository) see: "Appendix V.

Describing the Manuscript" in Adam Gacek's Arabic Manuscripts: A Vademecum for Readers (Leiden: Brill, ): "The present appendix constitutes a manuscript data-sheet, a check-list of the major components of a manuscript's : Evyn Kropf. The Arabic Manuscript Tradition: A Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibliography, 2 vols.

(Leiden and Boston: Brill, ) Gacek, Adam, ‘Ownership Statements and Seals in Arabic Manuscripts’, Manuscripts of the Middle East 2 () pp.

A companion volume to the recently published "The Arabic Manuscript Tradition "() and its "Supplement "(), the vademecum comprises some entries of varying lengths dealing with almost all aspects of Arabic manuscript studies (codicology and palaeography).

It is richly illustrated with specimens from manuscripts and expertly executed Cited by:   The present work supplements the original volume of The Arabic Manuscript Tradition (AMT), both its glossary of technical terms and bibliography.

It includes new entries of technical terms, additional definitions of, and/or citations for, the entries already found in AMT, and recent publications on various aspects of Arabic manuscript studies Author: Adam Gacek.

For further readings, consult the relevant sections of Déroche et al. Islamic Codicology () (chapter footnotes and "Guide to Further Reading") as well as Gacek's Arabic Manuscript Tradition () and Supplement (). Additional bibliographies are listed : Evyn Kropf.

Adam Gacek, Faculty Lecturer in Arabic manuscript studies at the Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University (Montreal), is the author of many catalogues, articles and book chapters on Arabic and Persian manuscripts and printed rare books, as well as the recently published "The Arabic Manuscript Tradition: a Glossary of Technical Terms & Bibliography" () and its "Supplement" ().

The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library had preserved such things at Yale since the middle of the twentieth century. in ordinary Arabic numerals. The Arabic Manuscript Tradition the Arabic Manuscript Tradition: A Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibliography a Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibl Adam Gacek, A.

Gacek Covering the entire spectrum of Arabic manuscripts, and especially the handwritten book, this book consists of a glossary of technical terms and a bibliography. The Arabic Manuscript Tradition A Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibliography Adam Gacek, McGill University February ISBN: Paperback (xiv, pp.) List price: € / $ Language: English Imprint: BRILL Subject Middle East and Islamic Studies › Literature.

The Arabic manuscript tradition: a glossary of technical terms and bibliography--supplement / by Adam Gacek Armenian texts, tasks and tools / edited by Henning Lehmann and J.J.S. Weitenberg Islamic codicology: an introduction to the study. They include: the Arabic scripts, penmanship, writing materials and implements, the make-up of the codex, copying and correction, decoration and bookbinding.

A similar coverage is reflected in the Arabic Manuscript Tradition (Paperback)Brand: Adam Gacek. The Maydan is proud to introduce a new initiative highlighting digital resources and projects in the field of Islamic Studies.

Included in this roundup are manuscripts collections, digitized manuscripts, and manuscripts catalogues from universities and libraries around the world. The Arabic Manuscript Tradition: A Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibliography.

By ADAM GACEK. Handbook of Oriental Studies: sect. l, Near and Middle East, vol. Leiden: BRILL. xvi Eur Orientalists are more and more aware of the importance of codicology and paleography, sciences that have developed re-Author: Frédéric Bauden.

The Arabic Manuscript Tradition, covering the entire spectrum of Arabic manuscripts, and especially the handwritten book, consists of a glossary of technical terms and a bibliography.

The Arabic. The present work supplements the original volume of The Arabic Manuscript Tradition (AMT), both its glossary of technical terms and bibliography. It includes new entries of technical terms, additional definitions of, and/or citations for, the entries already found in AMT, and recent publications on various aspects of Arabic manuscript : Adam Gacek.

Over the course of ten centuries, Islam developed a rich written heritage that is visible in paintings, calligraphies, and manuscripts. The Islamic Manuscript Tradition explores this aspect of Islamic history with studies of the materials and tools of literate culture, including pens, inks, and papers, Qur'ans, Persian and Mughal illustrated manuscripts, Ottoman devotional works Pages: The origins of the story seem to be a Central Asian manuscript written in the Manichaean tradition.

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