ЛѢТОПИСЬ: 30-31 Mar 1984: Nijmegen. Making Manuscripts Accessible to Research
Keywords:Medieval Latin manuscripts
Vernacular manuscripts (the Netherlands)
Vernacular prayer books
Sborniki / Miscellanies
Layout and quire structure
Decoration and illumination
Computerized description of manuscripts
PPC-Project (= Producing Codicological Catalogues)
SDDR = Syntax Driven Data Recorder
Geurts, A. J.
Hermans, Jos. M. M.
Smeyers, Maurits, 1937-1999
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Other Titles:Lietopis': 30-31 Mar 1984: Nijmegen. Making Manuscripts Accessible to Research
Chronicle: 30-31 Mar 1984: Nijmegen. Making Manuscripts Accessible to Research
Publisher:William R. Veder, Vakgroep Slavistiek, Katholieke Universiteit, Postbus 9103, 6500 HD Nijmegen (Holland)
Citation:Polata Knigopisnaia: an Information Bulletin Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts and Literatures 9 (June 1984), 76-78
A summary of a two-day symposium held at Nijmegen University, March 30-21, 1984, "Making Manuscripts Accessible to Research" focused on medieval Latin and vernacular manuscripts in the Netherlands, but the methodologies and issues raised are relevant as well to the study of Slavic manuscripts. Five of the twelve papers presented at the symposium are reviewed with comments on how such topics should be dealt with for Slavic manuscripts and by whom: features of the texts - a) vernacular prayer books; features of manuscripts - b) bindings, c) layout & quire structure, d) decoration & illustration; 3. features of catalogues - e) computerized description of manuscripts.