Shenoute's Literary Corpus, Volume 1
Peeters Publishers, 2004 - 1006 pages
This long-awaited publication of Stephen Emmel's reconstruction of the literary corpus of Shenoute, monastic leader in Upper Egypt from 385 until 465, and Coptic author par excellence, marks the beginning of a new era in Shenoute studies. On the basis of about one hundred parchment codexes from the library of Shenoute's monastery, pieced together from nearly two thousand fragments scattered among some two dozen collections, Emmel demonstrates that Shenoute's corpus was transmitted in two multi-volume sets of collected works, nine volumes of Canons and eight volumes of Discourses. At the core of his study is a description of each reconstructed codex, demonstrating the organization and coherence of the corpus as a whole, followed by a survey of its contents in which nearly 150 individual works are catalogued. A research-historical and methodological introduction, tables, concordances, and an extensive bibliography make Emmel's book a mine of information that will be indispensable for future research on Shenoute, whether philological, historical, or theological.
Descriptions of Manuscripts Containing Shenoutes Discourses
Descriptions of Other Manuscripts Containing Works of Shenoute
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accordance Amélineau assigned assumed AT-NB basis beginning belong Canon codex description Codicological bibliography collection cols column Conjugate leaves surviving Contents Coptic Core corpus Crum Discourses Editions EG-C EG-CF enlarged error evidence excerpt extant fact FR-BN Copte fragments GB-BL heading identified incipits includes Initials IT-NB IT-NB IB3 known leaf least Leaves Signatures Pages leaves wanting lection left margin Leip Leipoldt letter lines/col manuscript marks normal noted numbers occurs page numbers pagination scheme Parallel text Parchment photographs placed possible present probably projecting published quire raised point rarely reconstruction reference Related fragments Ruling script Script and decoration Shenoute Shenoute's single skin pattern sometimes surviving as bifolia textual continuity UNPLACED FRAGMENTS unpublished Vienna inc volume Wessely White Monastery codex width Written area Young Zoega
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