Manuscripta Orientalia. International Journal for Oriental Manuscript Research

Vol. 23 No. 2 December 2017.

CONTENTS 



    
TEXT AND MANUSCRIPTS: DESCRIPTION AND RESEARCH — 3
   
E. Rezvan. A Contribution Towards the History and Origin of the Katta-Langar / St. Petersburg “Qur’an of ‘Uthman — 3
 
   

A. Andreev, M. Rezvan, E. Rezvan. The Letters of the Bukharan Embassy of Tupchi-Bashi Quli Beg Viewed as a Primary Historiographic Source — 10

 
   

A. al-Salimi. The Influence of Ibadi Siyar Manuscripts on the Orientalists' Understanding of the History of Early Islamic Theology — 24

 
 
TEXT AND ITS CULTURAL INTERPRETATION — 30
    V. Fedchenko, L. Gushchian. On the Town-Building Ritual Texts in the Traditions of Western Asia the Balkans — 30  
   

S. Pakhomov. The Notion of Dharma in the Mahanirvana-Tantra — 35

 

 

PRESENTING THE COLLECTION — 41
   

T. Emelyanenko, A. Ostrovskii. Amulets of Bukharan Jews for Women in Childbirth and Their Newborns in the Collection of Russian Museum of Ethnography — 41

 
 
PRESENTING THE MANUSCRIPT — 58
   
Sh. Iakerson. A “Crimean Trace” in Sephardic Pentateuch from René Braginsky's Collection — 58
 
 
BOOK REVIEW  61
   

BOOK REVIEW — 64 

 

 

“MANUSCRIPTA” DIARY — 67
   

E. Teryukova, P Tugarinov, E. Zavidovskaya. On of the International Conference “Folk Images and Late Imperial China” (St. Petersburg, 29—30 June 2017) — 67

 

 

Vol. 23. Nos. 1—2 — 71
 

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AUTHORS 

Dr. Artyom A. Andreev — associate professor at the Department of Ethnopolitics, The Faculty of the Policial Sciences, St. Petersburg State University; junior researcher of “The Menshikov Palace” department of the State Hermitage. Specialist in the History and Ethnology of Central Asia region. Author of a series of articles in the field.

Dr. Tatyana G. Emelyanenko — leading researcher of the Russian Museum of Ethnography, St. Petersburg, Russia. Specialist in the ethnography of the peoples of Central Asia. Author of the series of articles in the field and a monograph on the ethno-cultural peculiarities of the costume of Bukharan Jews. 

Dr. Valentina V. Fedchenko — associate professor at the Department of Jewish Culture of St. Petersburg State University, specialist in Linguistics and Literature. Author of a series of articles in the field.

Mrs. Lusine S. Gushyan — senior researcher at the Russian Museum of Ethnography, specialist in ethnology and cultural anthropology. Author of a monograph and a series of articles in the field. 

Prof. Dr. Shimon M. Iakerson — head of the Department of Semitic and Hebrew Studies, St. Petersburg State University and leading researcher of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts at the Russian Academy of Sciences. Specialist in the history of Hebrew culture, expert in the field of the Hebrew manuscript and first printed book tradition, author of a series of monographs and articles.

Dr. Alexander B. Ostrovskii — leading researcher of the Russian Museum of Ethnography, St. Petersburg, Russia. Specialist in the structural-semiotic method in ethnology, specialist in the ethnography of Russians and the ethnic minorities of Amur and Sakhalin. Author of the series of articles in the fields and five monographs on the subjects.

Dr. Sergey V. Pakhomov — associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Culture of the Orient, Institute of Philosophy, Saint Petersburg State University. Specialist in Hindu Tantrism. Author of many articles in the field.

Prof. Dr. Efim A. Rezvan — deputy director of the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg). Specialist in Arabic and Islamic studies, author of a number of monographs and numerous articles in the field of Qur’ānic studies and history of the Russian‑Arabic relations.

Dr. Maryam E. Rezvan — head of the Department of Central Asia Ethnography of Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg). Specialist in the Qur’ānic studies and Islamic magic, author of a monograph and a series of articles in the field. 

Prof. Dr. Abdulrahman al-Salmi — editor-in-chief of the “Al‑Tafahum” magazine, published by the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman. Teaches Islamic Studies at the Institute of Shariah Sciences in Muscat. Author of the series of monographs on the history of Oman and Ibadism.

Dr. Vladimir A. Shorohov — assistant lecturer in History in the Institute of History of the St. Petersburg State University. Specialist in East European History of medieval period. Author of more than thirty papers in the area.

Dr. Ekaterina A. Teryukova — deputy director for research affairs of the State Museum of the History of Religion, associated professor at philosophy of religion and study of religion of the St. Petersburg State University. Specialist in the History and Sociology of Religion. Author of the series of articles in the field.

Pavel A. Tugarinov — junior researcher at the State Museum of the History of Religion, specialist in the Chinese popular religion. Author of the series of articles in the field.

Dr. Ekaterina A. Zavidovskaya — assistant professor, National Tsing Hua University, Department of General Education, specialist in the Chinese folk religion studies. Author of the series of articles and monographs in the field. 

 
Notes to Contributors 

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Submissions

Manuscripts should be sent to the Editor‑in‑Chief: Dr. Efim A. Rezvan, Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Russian Academy of Sciences, 3 Universitetskaya emb., 199034, St. Petersburg, Russia, e‑mail: efim.rezvan@mail.ru.

 


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