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Sinaitic Glagolitic Manuscripts of the 10th/11th century

Sinaitic Glagolitic Medical Folia
Electronic edition
about the project

Sinaitic Glagolitic Medical Folia
Text and indices
Electronic Edition:

The texts are subject to modifications. The electronic edition allows full-text browsing, textual structure analysis, the study of composition, design, and linguistic features including graphemes, orthography, vocabulary and grammar.
About the Manuscript: Glagolitic medical folia, Sinai/Egypt, St. Catherine’s Monastery, Cod. Sin. slav. 3/N, third quarter of 11th cent., 3 double ff. parchment, 22 recipes of practical medicine, without end.

About the Project: The edition of the Menaion Sinaiticum was included in the framework of the interdisciplinary project A Critical Edition of the New Sinaitic Glagolitic Euchology (Sacramentary) Fragments with the Aid of Modern Technologies and its continuation The Enigma of the Sinaitic Glagolitic Tradition, financed by the Austrian Science Fund and sponsored by the Balkan-Commission of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. For the editions the technical project partners acquired high resolution and multispectral manuscript images and applied image restoration techniques (CV-Lab, University of Technology, Vienna, under the supervision of R. Sablatnig). Chemical analyses of the manuscript material (support, inks, and parchment) were executed by the team of ISTA, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, under the supervision of M. Schreiner. Together with international partners the philological team of the Institute of Slavic Studies at the University of Vienna is preparing the critical editions and investigating the codicology, palaeography, and language of the manuscripts under the supervision of H. Miklas.
© Team of authors: H. Miklas, D. Hürner (Vienna University), under the redaction of H. Miklas (Vienna University).
© Preparation of the full-text database and web support within the framework of the "Manuskript Project", project head V.A. Baranov (Izhevsk Technical University).

With the generous permission and in collaboration with St. Catherine's Monastery, Mt. Sinai.

All materials are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works License. You must attribute the work referring to the project head Heinz Miklas (Vienna University).

Supported by
The Austrian Science Fund (FWF), projects P19608 and P23133.