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A Coptic Bohairic Leaf Recovered from a Syriac Manuscript: A New Textual Witness of the Martyrdom of Macrobius

A couple of weeks ago, Adam McCollum (Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, Minnesota) sent me the photograph of the recto of a paper leaf written in the Bohairic dialect of Coptic. The fragment was used as an endpaper in a … Continue reading

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New Blog on Christian Culture in the Middle East

Adam McCollum, lead cataloger of Eastern Christian manuscripts at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library (HMML), announced his new blog on various aspects of the Christian culture in the Middle East. Adam promised he will show us many manuscript images! … Continue reading

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