Armenian Philology in the Modern Era: From Manuscript to Digital Text, Часть 1

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Brill, 2014 - Всего страниц: 595
Philology is one of the most investigated fields of Armenian studies. At the end of the twentieth century, it was important to provide an overview of the main achievements and on the methodological approaches implemented in this field till now. This is the aim of the present publication. Part I focuses on the manuscripts, the inscriptions, and the printings. Its second section is devoted to the textual criticisms and the third section explores the interface between linguistics and philology. Case studies form the core of Part II. One chapter offers an overview on the 17th-19th centuries, and two articles are devoted to the conditions of the circulation of the literary production in the 20th century, both in Western and Eastern Armenian.

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Valentina Calzolari is Professor of Armenian Studies at the University of Geneva and the current President of the Association Internationale des Etudes Arméniennes. She has published extensively on ancient Armenian Literature. She is co-editor of the seriesCommentaria in Aristotelem Armeniaca. Davidis Opera (Philosophia Antiqua, Brill).
Michael E. Stone is Professor emeritus of Armenian Studies and Comparative Religion in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has major contributions to the study of Armenian paleography and epigraphy and the reception history of Biblical and apocryphal traditions in Armenian. He is also one of the editors of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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