A_Study_of_the_Early_Ottoman_Peloponnese

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Edited by Alessandro Bausi, Paola Buzi, Marilena Maniaci, Zisis Melissakis, Laura E. Parodi, Eugenia Sokolinski Bulleti n Volume 1 Number 2 Autumn 2015 COMSt ISSN 2410-0951
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Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin is the biannual on-line and print-on-demand journal of the European research network Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies. Starting from 2016 the network is part of the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (http://www. manuscript-cultures.uni-hamburg.de/). All issues are fully accessible at <http://www1.uni-ham- burg.de/COMST/bulletin.html>. Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin welcomes articles, project descriptions, conference reports, book reviews and notes on all topics connected with the written cultures of the Mediterranean Near and Middle East and related traditions. Contributions should be sent to Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies, Hiob Ludolf Centre for Ethiopian Studies, Asia Africa Institute, Hamburg University, Alsterterrasse 1, 20354 Hamburg, Germany; [email protected] uni-hamburg.de . For submission guidelines visit <http://www1.uni-hamburg.de/COMST/bulle- tin.html>. Editorial Board Alessandro Bausi, Hamburg, Germany Paola Buzi, Rome, Italy Marilena Maniaci, Cassino, Italy Zisis Melissakis, Athens, Greece Laura E. Parodi, Genoa, Italy Editorial Secretary Eugenia Sokolinski, Hamburg, Germany Advisory Board Tara Andrews, Bern, Switzerland Patrick Andrist, Fribourg, Switzerland Ewa Balicka-Witakowska, Uppsala, Sweden Malachi Beit-Arié, Jerusalem, Israel Pier Giorgio Borbone, Pisa, Italy Françoise Briquel Chatonnet, Paris, France Valentina Calzolari, Genève, Switzerland Ralph Cleminson, Winchester, UK Matthew Driscoll, Copenhagen, Denmark The publication of this issue has been supported financially by the Centre for the Study of Manu- script Cultures at Universität Hamburg Copyright © COMSt (Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies) 2015 Publication date March 2016 This journal is published under the Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (CC BY- NC-ND 4.0) <www.creativecommons.org>. ISSN 2410-0951 Alessandro Gori, Copenhagen, Denmark J. Peter Gumbert, Leiden, The Netherlands Dickran Kouymjian, Fresno, USA – Paris, France Marco Palma, Cassino, Italy Ira Rabin, Berlin – Hamburg, Germany Lara Sels, Leuven, Belgium Gaga Shurgaia, Venice, Italy Jan-Just Witkam, Leiden, The Netherlands
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COMSt Bulletin 1/2 (2015) Contents Articles and notes Ralph C LEMINSON , Encoding Text and Encoding Texts: Some Reflections on Theory and Practice 77 Adam M C C OLLUM , A Newly Identified Old Georgian Witness to the Greek Homily CPG 4622 at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library 85 Denis N OSNITSIN , Pricking and Ruling in Ethiopic Manuscripts: an Aid for Dating 94 Research in manuscript studies Georgios C. L IAKOPOULOS , A Study of the Early Ottoman Peloponnese in the Light of an Annotated editio princeps of the TT10-1/14662 Ottoman Taxation Cadastre (c.1460–1463) 110 Massimo V ILLA , La versione etiopica del Pastore di Erma ( ሄርማ፡ ነቢይ፡ ).
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