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Tracking Papyrus and Parchment Paths: An Archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature. Literary Texts in their Geographical Context: Production, Copying, Usage, Dissemination and Storage

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The archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature. A question of method

Author(s): Bogdani, Julian
Published in: Vicino Oriente, Issue 21, 2017, Page(s) 59-69, ISSN 2532-5159

A New Piece in the Prosopography Mosaic of the Coptic Scriptorium of Toutōn: Pantouleos, Son of Houmise

Author(s): Soldati, Agostino
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin, Issue 3/1, 2017, Page(s) 23-32, ISSN 2410-0951

"""Tracking Papyrus and Parchment Paths"": A New International Project on Coptic Literature"

Author(s): Paola Buzi, Julian Bogdani, Nathan Carlig, Maria Chiara Giorda, Agostino Soldati
Published in: Rivista del Museo Egizio, Issue 1, 2017, ISSN 2611-3295
DOI: 10.29353/rime.2017.656

Preliminary Remarks on Coptic Biblical Titles (from the Third to the Eleventh Century)

Author(s): Buzi Paola
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin 3.1, Issue 3/1, 2017, Page(s) 5-22, ISSN 2410-0951

Linking Manuscripts from the Coptic, Ethiopian and Syriac Domain: Present and Future Synergy Strategies. Preface to the Special Issue

Author(s): Alessandro Bausi, Paola Buzi, Pietro Liuzzo, and Eugenia Sokolinski
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin, Issue 4/1, 2018, Page(s) 5-10, ISSN 2410-0951

Some Remarks about Coptic Colophons and Their Relationship with Manuscripts: Typology, Function, and Structure

Author(s): Agostino Soldati
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin, Issue 4/1, 2018, Page(s) 115-120, ISSN 2410-0951

Dealing with the Stratigraphy of Coptic Codices: the Cases of MSS Pierpont Morgan Library M578 and Coptic Museum, inv. 13446

Author(s): Nathan Carlig
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin, Issue 4/1, 2018, Page(s) 69-78, ISSN 2410-0951

The ‘PAThs’ Project: an Effort to Represent the Physical Dimension of Coptic Literary Production (Third–Eleventh centuries)

Author(s): Paola Buzi, Julian Bogdani, and Francesco Berno
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin, Issue 4/1, 2018, Page(s) 39-58, ISSN 2410-0951

An Attempt at a Systematic Study of Inks from Coptic Manuscripts

Author(s): Ghigo, Tea; Olivier, Bonnerot; Buzi, Paola; Myriam, Krutzsch; Oliver, Hahn; and Ira Rabin,
Published in: Manuscript Cultures 11, 2018, Page(s) 157-164, ISSN 1867-9617

Vat. copt. 57: A Codicological, Literary, and Paratextual Analysis

Author(s): Paola Buzi, Francesco Berno, Agostino Soldati, and Francesco Valerio
Published in: Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bullettin, Issue 4/2, 2018, Page(s) 161-194, ISSN 2410-0951

Introduction

Author(s): Buzi, Paola
Published in: Adamantius-The Coptic Book: Codicological Features, Places of Production, Intellectual Trends, Issue 24, 2018, Page(s) 6-8, ISSN 1126-6244

The Coptic Papyrus Codices Preserved in the Museo Egizio, Turin: New Historical Acquisitions, Analysis of Codicological Features, and Strategies for a Better Understanding and Valorization of the Library from Thi(ni)s

Author(s): Buzi, Paola
Published in: Adamantius-The Coptic Book: Codicological Features, Places of Production, Intellectual Trends, Issue 24, 2018, Page(s) 39-57, ISSN 1126-6244

The Coptic Reception of the Homilies on the Epistle to the Hebrews by John Chrysostom (CPG 4440), with Some Notes on the Composition of MONB.CR (= CLM 325): A Survey and New Textual Identifications

Author(s): Berno, Francesco
Published in: Adamantius-The Coptic Book: Codicological Features, Places of Production, Intellectual Trends, Issue 24, 2018, Page(s) 66-74, ISSN 1126-6244

Codicological Remarks on the Pseudo-Basil Codex from Hermitage MMA 1152 (Cairo, Coptic Museum, inv. 13448)

Author(s): Carlig, Nathan
Published in: Adamantius-The Coptic Book: Codicological Features, Places of Production, Intellectual Trends, Issue 24, 2018, Page(s) 165-183, ISSN 1126-6244

One of the Oldest Extant Coptic ‘Colophons’

Author(s): Soldati, Agostino
Published in: Adamantius-The Coptic Book: Codicological Features, Places of Production, Intellectual Trends, Issue 24, 2018, Page(s) 195-199, ISSN 1126-6244

Linking Coptic literary manuscripts to the archaeological context by means of Digital Humanities: The case of ‘PAThs’ project

Author(s): Bogdani, Julian
Published in: Adamantius-The Coptic Book: Codicological Features, Places of Production, Intellectual Trends, Issue 24, 2018, Page(s) 200-210, ISSN 1126-6244

Egypt, crossroad of translations and literary interweavings (3rd-6th centuries). A reconsideration of earlier Coptic literature

Author(s): Buzi Paola
Published in: F. Crevatin (ed.), Egitto, crocevia di traduzioni, 2018, Page(s) 15-67

"Conclusions [al volume F. Crevatin (ed.), ""Egitto crocevia di traduzioni""]"

Author(s): Buzi, P.
Published in: Dialogoi, Issue 3, 2018