Just in time for the holidays, issue #3 of Fragmentology is out!
This issue features a few rather long articles, where the authors explore the potential of an online journal. In addition, it contains detailed book reviews of key texts in Fragmentology and Manuscript Studies more generally.
The second issue of Fragmentology has now received an index of manuscripts. More precisely, we have published an “Index of callmarks to objects that are or contain manuscript material discussed in the issue”, since, as is well-known, fragments often do not have their own shelfmarks. Please note as well that we tried to standardize the shelfmarks, but since shelfmarks are, by definition, non-standard, we did not always succeed. As always, we invite feedback with criticism and correction.
By popular demand, we have added an index of the shelfmarks of all manuscript-containing objects cited in Fragmentology #1. Enjoy!