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Works Cited And Abbreviations

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This chapter presents the various works cited and the abbreviations used in the book Arabic Manuscripts. In spite of undoubted progress, the field of Islamic manuscript studies is still in its infancy with hundreds of thousands, if not several millions, of manuscripts, yet to be properly explored. This book can be considered a general summary of the various elements or aspects of Arabic manuscript studies. In fact, the compilation of this monograph has been conceived not as a comprehensive manual of codicological and palaeographical phenomena, but as an aid to students and researchers, who are often puzzled or even sometimes intimidated by the mysterious world of manuscripts and the technical language that goes with it.

Keywords: Arabic Manuscripts; Islamic manuscript studies

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