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Manuscriptology - An Entrance

Manuscriptology - An Entrance
Item Code: NAS008
Author: S. Jagannatha
Publisher: Parimal Publication Pvt. Ltd.
Language: Sanskrit and English
Edition: 2007
ISBN: 9788171103157
Pages: 360
Other Details: 8.50 X 5.50 inch
weight of the book: 0.56 kg
About the Book

Scheme of transliteration Manuscriptology and Manuscript— Script and language— Script during Vedic period: A fact—- Some scripts of Bharata: A brief note—- Learning various scripts— Preparation of manuscripts— Manuscripts: A profile—- Words in Sarhskrta related to book— Ancient references on manuscripts— Scribal errors and variants— LOPA(Omission)— AGAMA (Addition/interpolation)— ADESA (Substitute)- Spurious works— Philosophy of editing text- Developing mentality of editing texts— Editing the text: modus operandi— Some ancient references on editing text— Textual criticism in Europe— Catalogue/List of works— Classification of subjects— Scheme of classification— Editing— Writing introduction— Description of the work in detail— Higher criticism— Lower criticism— Language of Introduction— Why Manuscriptology?— Suggestions for editors— Editing text is more than copying— Five basic qualifications to enter into the field of Manuscriptology— Suggested reading— "Lipinam Kalah — A skit in Samskrta on importance of learning various scripts (author's own work)— Copyist's colloquy with the readers— Concluding remarks in Sarhskrta verses- Samkhyaratnakoshah — A small work in Samskrta by Mummadi Krsnaraja Odéyar on number denoting words edited by author with notes.

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