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Nomatter Sande

brief overview of the afm in Zimbabwe. This is followed by a discussion of the emergence of the Apostolic Faith International Ministries UK ( afmimuk ). An analysis of the milestones within the first 20 years will also be discussed. 2 Theoretical Framework and Methodology The study uses a case study

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology 4.1.2.1 Overview4.1.2.2 Papyrus Conservation4.1.2.3 Parchment Manuscript Conservation4.1.2.4 Conservation of Dead Sea Scrolls4.1.2.5 Conservation and Analysis Tools4.1.2.6 Ancient Inks4.1.2.6 Ancient Inks...

Brent Nongbri

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction - 4.1.3.2 Palaeography Palaeography is the study of ancient forms of writing. While the field of Greek palaeography encompasses everything from the earliest examples of recognizably

Franz Fischer

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction Digital technologies and the internet have fundamentally changed the study and analysis of manuscripts. Digital tools and resources in use today contribute to the imaging, preservation

James H. Brusuelas

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction The field of classics and papyrology has long been integrated with the development of imaging and computational technology. For well over the past four decades, the text content alone

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology 4.1.1.1 Overview4.1.1.2 Scanning/Imaging4.1.1.3 Imaging Fragile Codices (Stokes Imaging and the Early Manuscripts Electronic Library)4.1.1.4 Spectral Imaging4.1.1.5 Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)4

C. Seth Parker, Christy Chapman and W. Brent Seales

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.1 Imaging Technologies   The task of textual criticism is quite often thwarted by manuscript damage. Burned scrolls, waterlogged texts, and wrinkled pages have long tantalized—and frustrated—biblical scholars. What

Drew Longacre and Eibert Tigchelaar

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction - 4.1.3.2 Palaeography As typically defined, palaeography is the study of ancient forms of handwriting. This field of study involves the deciphering of ancient written texts, the

4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology 4.1.1 Imaging Technologies  4.1.1.1 Overview  4.1.1.2 Scanning/Imaging  4.1.1.3 Imaging Fragile Codices (Stokes Imaging and the Early Manuscripts Electronic Library)  4.1.1.4 Spectral Imaging  4.1.1.5 Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)  4