Table of contents for Introduction to manuscript studies / Raymond Clemens and Timothy Graham.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface
Part 1. Making the Medieval Manuscript
Chapter 1. Writing Supports
Chapter 2. Text and Decoration
Chapter 3. Correction, Glossing, and Annotation
Chapter 4. Assembling, Binding, and Storing the Completed 
Manuscript
Part 2. Reading the Medieval Manuscript
Introduction to Part 2
Chapter 5. Working with Medieval Manuscripts
Chapter 6. Punctuation and Abbreviation
Chapter 7. Encounters with Damaged Manuscripts
Chapter 8. Assessing Manuscript Origin and Provenance
Chapter 9. Manuscript Description
Chapter 10. Selected Scripts
Part 3. Some Manuscript Genres
Chapter 11. The Bible and Related Texts
Chapter 12. Liturgical Books and Their Calendars
Chapter 13. Books of Hours
Chapter 14. Charters and Cartularies
Chapter 15. Maps
Chapter 16. Rolls and Scrolls
Appendix. Tools for the Study of Medieval Latin, by Anders 
Winroth
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Manuscripts, Medieval.
Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern).
Paleography, Latin.
Codicology.