Tag Archives: Cambridge
The first discovery of Judaeo-Syriac: T-S K14.22 By Siam Bhayro (with the assistance of Ben Outhwaite) The presence in the Cairo Genizah of manuscripts written in Syriac has been known since the earliest days of Genizah research, with the sisters Agnes Lewis and … Continue reading
I’m Calling it the Peter Williams and David Instone-Brewer Blog Because I Don’t Know the Other People On It
There’s a new blog (website, webpage, resource, whatever) called 4Gospels: The Less Sensational Site (a name I just love). It is … a site run by scholars and postgraduate students based mainly in Cambridge, England, providing accessible information on the … Continue reading
At 3:30 in the afternoon…. It’s dark early here.
A quick note- I have every intention of blogging/tweeting SOTS 2013 next week in Cambridge and I’ll be using the hashtag #sots2013. All of this is, of course, contingent on whether or not Fitzwilliam has wifi and I can manage … Continue reading
Today the Genizah Unit at Cambridge writes on their facebook page- The recent upload of Mosseri Genizah material on the Cambridge Digital Library includes Mos.I.40, a manuscript that N. Wieder believed showed a clear link between Karaism and the Dead … Continue reading
From Elaine Reid- Alban Books will have a book display at the forthcoming SOTS Winter Meeting in Cambridge this January. If there are any of our books, which you can view at our new website www.albanbooks.com, that you would like us … Continue reading