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Editing New Testament Arabic Manuscripts on a TEI-base: fostering close reading in Digital Humanities

Abstract : Since " quantitative research provides data not interpretation " (F. Moretti), close reading should be considered as the necessary bridge between big data and interpretation, as well as being the core duty of the Humanities. To test its potential in a neglected field – the Arabic manuscripts of the Letters of Paul of Tarsus – we are developing a digital, enhanced edition of the 1st Letter to the Corinthians in the Vaticanus Arabicus 13. This short paper presents an editorial tool based on the Vercelli Book Digitale project; it provides a transcription, a standardized and vocalized version, as well as French and English translations, with texts encoded in Arabic TEI. Further features are in development such as TexLink and a philological commentary. We hope to extend the project to the unique New Testament Arabic-Greek-Latin manuscript from the Marciana Library Gr. Z. 11 (=379), 12th century.
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Claire Clivaz, Sara Schulthess, Martial Sankar. Editing New Testament Arabic Manuscripts on a TEI-base: fostering close reading in Digital Humanities. 2016. ⟨hal-01280627v3⟩

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