DOI:​10.1515/9783110541441-005
Corpus ID: 57660185
A Preliminary Appraisal of Marginalia in West African Manuscripts from the Mamma Haïdara Memorial Library Collection (Timbuktu)
S. M. Lliteras, A. Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili
Published 2017
Medicine
This article presents an introductory incursion into the field of marginalia — otherwise known as paratext or annotations — in the West African Arabic manuscript tradition. Marginalia, often under… Expand
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