Collaboration with Princeton University

30 03 2010

Over the last 3 years, we have been collaborating with the Princeton University Geniza Project on a pilot transcription project: 43 of our fragments have now been transcribed by Princeton scholars. A full list of the reference numbers of the Rylands Genizah transcriptions are here. To view the transcriptions, find the appropriate record in Luna, scroll down through the media information column on the left-hand side of the screen and click on ‘link to transcription’. An example of one of the Princeton transcriptions is here. Many thanks to Mark Cohen, Ben Johnston & the rest of the Princeton Geniza Project team for all their help and hard work!

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