Sunday, April 22, 2012

Pyle: A Gateway to Greek Manuscripts

Pyle:  A Gateway to Greek Manuscripts
Pyle is a collaborative tool for teaching and scholarly research in the field of Greek palaeography and codicology; it aims to collect scattered resources from various individuals and institutions, gradually adding new information, materials and services.


Pyle also aims to promote interaction among scholars, students and all other persons interested in ancient and medieval Greek manuscript books, providing a place to share knowledge, ideas, projects and news.

Lake on line

Dated Greek Minuscule Manuscripts to the Year 1200, edited by Kirsopp Lake and Silva Lake, I-X, Boston (Massachusetts), The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1934-1939.
Texts in pdf format:
Indices vls. I-X, edited by Kirsopp Lake and Silva Lake, Boston (Massachusetts), The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1945.
I. Manuscripts at Jerusalem, Patmos and Athens, Boston 1934
II. Manuscripts in Venice, Oxford and London, Boston 1934
III. Manuscripts in the Monastery of Mount Athos and in Milan, Boston 1935
IV. Manuscripts in Paris, Part I, Boston 1935
V. Manuscripts in Paris, Part II, Oxford, Berlin, Vienna and Jerusalem, Boston 1936
VI. Manuscripts in Moscow and Leningrad, Boston 1936
VII. Manuscripts in Rome, Part I, Boston 1937
VIII. Manuscripts in Rome, Part II, Boston 1937
IX. Manuscripts in Rome, Part III, in Messina, in Naples, and in London, Boston 1938
X. Manuscripts in Florence, Athens, Grottaferrata and the Meteora, Boston 1939

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