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Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2 - LUBOTSKY Alexander
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2003, ISBN: 3700175922

ID: 18184174265

[EAN: 9783700175926], [SC: 20.8], [PU: VÖAW Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 0], LUBOTSKY Alexander Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2 Verlag: VÖAW Erscheinungsjahr: 2015 ISBN13: 978-3-7001-7592-6 Format: 2015, 69 Seiten Text, 30 Tafekn, 22,5x15 cm, broschiert ? 36 The book represents the first publication of the complete corpus of Alanic marginal notes in a 13th century Byzantine manuscript from the Library of the Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg. This manuscript is a Greek Old Testament lectionary, or Prophetologion, which at one point was owned and used by an Alanic priest who had learned to read and write Greek, but felt the need to identify the feasts in the margin of his manuscript, because he could not easily find them by skimming the text. For this purpose, he wrote an abbreviated heading of his own in the margin, next to the full heading of the manuscript. There are altogether 34 marginal notes in the manuscript (24 Alanic, 9 Greek, and 1 mixed). In this edition, every note is followed by the Greek heading, to which the note refers, its translation, and a black-and-white photograph. Then, a short outline of the liturgical context is provided, when necessary, followed by paleographic comments and an analysis of the meaning of the note and its linguistic structure. The edition of the notes ends with a discussion of the spelling conventions and the language of the notes and with an appendix on the Alanic text in Tzetzes' Theogonia. The book is further provided with full-color photographs of all pages containing marginal notes.

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[EAN: 9783700175926], [SC: 6.0], [PU: VÖAW Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 0], LUBOTSKY Alexander Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2 Verlag: VÖAW Erscheinungsjahr: 2015 ISBN13: 978-3-7001-7592-6 Format: 2015, 69 Seiten Text, 30 Tafekn, 22,5x15 cm, broschiert ? 36 The book represents the first publication of the complete corpus of Alanic marginal notes in a 13th century Byzantine manuscript from the Library of the Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg. This manuscript is a Greek Old Testament lectionary, or Prophetologion, which at one point was owned and used by an Alanic priest who had learned to read and write Greek, but felt the need to identify the feasts in the margin of his manuscript, because he could not easily find them by skimming the text. For this purpose, he wrote an abbreviated heading of his own in the margin, next to the full heading of the manuscript. There are altogether 34 marginal notes in the manuscript (24 Alanic, 9 Greek, and 1 mixed). In this edition, every note is followed by the Greek heading, to which the note refers, its translation, and a black-and-white photograph. Then, a short outline of the liturgical context is provided, when necessary, followed by paleographic comments and an analysis of the meaning of the note and its linguistic structure. The edition of the notes ends with a discussion of the spelling conventions and the language of the notes and with an appendix on the Alanic text in Tzetzes' Theogonia. The book is further provided with full-color photographs of all pages containing marginal notes.

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ISBN: 3700175922

ID: 16183258133

[EAN: 9783700175926], [PU: VÖAW Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 0], LUBOTSKY Alexander Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2 Verlag: VÖAW Erscheinungsjahr: 2015 ISBN13: 978-3-7001-7592-6 Format: 2015, 69 Seiten Text, 30 Tafekn, 22,5x15 cm, broschiert ? 36 The book represents the first publication of the complete corpus of Alanic marginal notes in a 13th century Byzantine manuscript from the Library of the Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg. This manuscript is a Greek Old Testament lectionary, or Prophetologion, which at one point was owned and used by an Alanic priest who had learned to read and write Greek, but felt the need to identify the feasts in the margin of his manuscript, because he could not easily find them by skimming the text. For this purpose, he wrote an abbreviated heading of his own in the margin, next to the full heading of the manuscript. There are altogether 34 marginal notes in the manuscript (24 Alanic, 9 Greek, and 1 mixed). In this edition, every note is followed by the Greek heading, to which the note refers, its translation, and a black-and-white photograph. Then, a short outline of the liturgical context is provided, when necessary, followed by paleographic comments and an analysis of the meaning of the note and its linguistic structure. The edition of the notes ends with a discussion of the spelling conventions and the language of the notes and with an appendix on the Alanic text in Tzetzes' Theogonia. The book is further provided with full-color photographs of all pages containing marginal notes.

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2003, ISBN: 3700175922

ID: 18184174265

[EAN: 9783700175926], [PU: VÖAW Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 0], LUBOTSKY Alexander Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2 Verlag: VÖAW Erscheinungsjahr: 2015 ISBN13: 978-3-7001-7592-6 Format: 2015, 69 Seiten Text, 30 Tafekn, 22,5x15 cm, broschiert ? 36 The book represents the first publication of the complete corpus of Alanic marginal notes in a 13th century Byzantine manuscript from the Library of the Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg. This manuscript is a Greek Old Testament lectionary, or Prophetologion, which at one point was owned and used by an Alanic priest who had learned to read and write Greek, but felt the need to identify the feasts in the margin of his manuscript, because he could not easily find them by skimming the text. For this purpose, he wrote an abbreviated heading of his own in the margin, next to the full heading of the manuscript. There are altogether 34 marginal notes in the manuscript (24 Alanic, 9 Greek, and 1 mixed). In this edition, every note is followed by the Greek heading, to which the note refers, its translation, and a black-and-white photograph. Then, a short outline of the liturgical context is provided, when necessary, followed by paleographic comments and an analysis of the meaning of the note and its linguistic structure. The edition of the notes ends with a discussion of the spelling conventions and the language of the notes and with an appendix on the Alanic text in Tzetzes' Theogonia. The book is further provided with full-color photographs of all pages containing marginal notes.

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69 S., Lit.verz. Br. *verlagsneu*. The book represents the first publication of the complete corpus of Alanic marginal notes in a 13th century Byzantine manuscript from the Library of the Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg. This manuscript is a Greek Old Testament lectionary, or Prophetologion, which at one point was owned and used by an Alanic priest who had learned to read and write Greek, but felt the need to identify the feasts in the margin of his manuscript, because he could not easily find them by skimming the text. For this purpose, he wrote an abbreviated heading of his own in the margin, next to the full heading of the manuscript. There are altogether 34 marginal notes in the manuscript (24 Alanic, 9 Greek, and 1 mixed). In this edition, every note is followed by the Greek heading, to which the note refers, its translation, and a black-and-white photograph. Then, a short outline of the liturgical context is provided, when necessary, followed by paleographic comments and an analysis of the meaning of the note and its linguistic structure. The edition of the notes ends with a discussion of the spelling conventions and the language of the notes and with an appendix on the Alanic text in Tzetzes’ Theogonia. The book is further provided with full-color photographs of all pages containing marginal notes. Versand D: 2,00 EUR Byzantinistik; Geschichte; Mittelalter, [PU:Wien: Vlg. d. österr. Akademie d. Wiss. 2015.]

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Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2
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Alanic Marginal Notes in a Greek Liturgical Manuscript Reihe: Sitzungsberichte der philosophisch-historischen Klasse, Band: 859 Reihe: Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik (umbenannt 2003), Band: 76 Reihe: Grammatica Iranica , Band: 2

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 3700175922
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: VÖAW Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

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