The series Ethiopic Manuscripts, Texts, and Studies offers, in the first place, catalogues of the Ethiopic Manuscript Imaging Project, whose purpose it is to digitize and catalogue collections of Ethiopic manuscripts in North America and around the world. Beyond this, though, the series offers a venue for monographs, revised dissertations, and texts that explore the rich historical, literary, and artistic traditions of Ethiopia and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. From the Series Foreword.
Steve Delamarter teaches Old Testament at the seminary of George Fox University. With Ato Demeke Berhane, he has written A Catalogue of Previously Uncatalogued Ethiopic Manuscripts in England: Twenty-three Manuscripts in the Bodleian, Cambridge University and John Rylands University Libraries and in a Private Collection (Oxford University Press, 2007). Melaku Terefe served the church in Ethiopia for several years in various positions in Awasa (southern Ethiopia) and Harrar (eastern Ethiopia). For the last seven years he has served as priest in the Virgin Mary Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church in Los Angeles, California. He is in frequent demand, speaking in various churches throughout North America. He is also the cataloguer of the Wolf Leslau collection of Ethiopian manuscripts at the Charles E. Young Research Library at UCLA.
Series Foreword Abbreviations Preface Introduction Description and Analysis of Scribal Practices with Plates List of the Manuscripts by EMIP and Owner Number List of Dated or Datable Manuscripts by Date List of Undated Manuscripts by Date For Further Reading Index of Scribal Practices