The study of manuscripts and their interrelationships.
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- A fairly brief introduction provides a basic description of the manuscript, concentrating on its codicology and production.
- Hebrew handwritten books may indeed serve as a useful means for devising a comparative codicology and paleography.
- Students taking this subject will study textual criticism; the elements of codicology and paleography; and examples of the major European bookhands in the Middle Ages.
1950s: from French codicologie, from Latin codex, codic- (see codex).
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- Paleographic and codicological evidence reveals that the original text of the martyrology was written in Spain in the mid-twelfth century.
- The present paper presents the type of transcription and the textual and codicological encoding on the source level, but first it gives an introduction to the encoded books.
- He can also look for codicological details in the descriptions or in the index.