Studies in Stemmatology II

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| Free University, Amsterdam
| Free University, Amsterdam
| University of Nijmegen
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Stemmatology is the discipline that attempts to reconstruct the transmission of a text on the basis of relations between the various surviving manuscripts. The object of this volume is the evaluation of the most recent methods and techniques in the field of stemmatology, as well as the development of new ones. The book is largely interdisciplinary in character: it contains contributions from scholars from classical, historical, biblical, medieval and modern language studies, as well as from mathematical and computer scientists and biologists. The contributions in the book have been divided into two sections. The first section deals with various stemmatological methods and techniques. The second section focuses more specifically on the various problems concerning textual variation.

An earlier volume on Studies in Stemmatology was published in 1996 and opened the most actual state of the art in stemmatology to a broad audience. That first volume was very well received by stemmatologists and also gave an impulse to new research, as several articles in the current volume clearly illustrate.

Both volumes are of interest to scholars in (historical) linguistics, literary studies, Bible studies, classical studies, medieval studies, and history.

[Not in series, 125]  2004.  xii, 312 pp.
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Table of Contents
Prologue
vii
Stemmatological methods and techniques
Parallels between stemmatology and phylogenetics
Christopher Howe, Adrian Barbrook, Linne Mooney and Peter Robinson
3
Problems of a highly contaminated tradition: the New Testament: Stemmata of variants as a source of a genealogy for witnesses
Gerd Mink
13
Kinds of variant in the manuscript tradition of the Greek New Testament
Klaus Wachtel
87
How shock waves revealed successive contamination: A cardiogram of early sixteenth-century printed Dutch Bibles
August den Hollander
99
The manuscript tradition of the Cligés of Chrétien de Troyes: A stemmatological approach
Margot van Mulken
113
Textual variation
Genealogy by chance! On the significance of accidental variation (parallelisms)
Ulrich Schmid
127
Constructing initial binary trees in stemmatology
Evert Wattel
145
Trouble in the trees! Variant selection and tree construction illustrated by the texts of Targum Judges
Willem F. Smelik
167
Scribal variations: When are they genealogically relevant - and when are they to be considered as instances of 'mouvance'?
Lene Schøsler
207
The effects of weighting kinds of variants
Matthew Spencer, Linne Mooney, Adrian Barbrook, Barbara Bordalejo, Christopher Howe and Peter Robinson
227
Cluster analysis and the Three Level Method in the study of the Gospels in Slavonic
Dina Mironova
241
Different kinds of tradition in Targum Jonathan to Isaiah
Alberdina Houtman
269
Valentin and Namelos discover their parentage: Narrative elements in the family tree of an international medieval tale
Annelies Roeleveld, Erika Langbroek and Evert Wattel
285
Index
305
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Subjects

Literature & Literary Studies

Medieval literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2004010015