DEEM Students on Fragmentarium

Nine MA and PhD students described manuscript fragments from the Academy Library in Cluj. The young researchers come from various European universities (Barcellona, Castilla-La Mancha, Cluj, Fribourg, Krakow, Sevilla, Torún, Venice), and are enrolled in the Diplôme Européen d’Études Médiévales, organised by the Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales (FIDEM). This activity is part of the Codicology I course, given by Adrian Papahagi, director of CODEX.

On Monday, 8 March 2021, Dr William Duba (Univ. of Fribourg), the manager of Fragmentarium, introduced the students to Fragmentarium and fragmentology.

The students’ work has been published on Fragmentarium, and can be consulted at the following links:

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-ryor – César Quijano

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-jgz6 – Francesco Binotto

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-4ooa – Sergi Rexach Camps

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-r52f – Jordi Bossoms

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-mlcm – Sandes Dindar

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-cwel – Marcin Jan Janecki

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-6zz3 – Zdzisław Koczarski

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-7uts – Antonio Sánchez González

https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-aqny – Ioan-Andrei Crișan

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