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Greek Paleography Sites


If you have other suggestions for Greek Paleography web links, or find that links have expired or gone bad, please email me at halsall@murray.fordham.edu.

Last Updated: December 6, 1996

[Note: This page is directed towards post-classical Greek Paleography. Since the vast majority of surviving Greek manuscripts date from the "Byzantine" period, the links should be of general interest to all interest in reading Greek manuscripts. I have not sought, however, to be comprehensive about web sites for Ancient, Hellenistic, or Biblical Greek studies.]

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The structure of this set of World Wide Web Links is as follows. You can browse through the entire list, or jump directly to the part that interests you by selecting the underlined links.


General Paleography Sites

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Greek Paleography Sites

  • Archive of Watermarks and Papers in Greek Manuscripts This developing site consists of the guide (html texts) and 3 major components: an archive images & prints of watermarks (from Greek manuscripts), a database of paper descriptions, and a bibliographical database. It is both a research tool and a mode of publishing information on papers in a centrally accessible way, and much more. The database interface is not yet functional, but the rest is, and there's a lot to think about here relevant to the methodological issues about use of evidence from paper to identify scribes and centers of book production. Part of it (the bibliographical database) is mostly just a shell at the moment, but you can see how it will work once our database interface is done.
  • Royal Holloway: Porphyrogenitus project (Greek paleography) A well-advanced project to develop a new lexicon of Greek ligatures and abbreviations - in other words a Greek Cappelli!

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Byzantine Paleography Sites

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Greek Language Sites

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Latin Paleography Sites

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Papyrology Sites

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Manuscript Web Presentation Sites

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Institutes

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Text Collections (original language)

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Bible Resources

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Adjunct Sites

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Web Guides

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The author and maintainer of this site is Paul Halsall. He can be contacted by email at halsall@murray.fordham.edu

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