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A blog entry by Dominique Gatté dedicated to Gastoué's introduction into Byzantine Paleography was used by Neil Moran to inform about a concert programme by Graindelavoix dedicated to the Palatine chapel in Palermo (King Roger II) and about his study of the court acclamations:

https://gregorian-chant.ning.com/profiles/blogs/introduction-a-la-p...

The publication of the trilingual Psalter, written for the court at Palermo, on the pages of the British Library was used by me to discuss some hypotheses raised by Jeremy Johns in his doctoral thesis (which he never published). Martin Morard gave his expert opinion: 

https://gregorian-chant.ning.com/forum/topics/psautier-trilingue-pa...

I would like to add here some bibliographical references:

Elze, Reinhard. 1990. The Ordo for the Coronation of King Roger II of Sicily: An Example of Dating from Internal Evidence. In Coronations Medieval and Early Modern Monarchic Ritual, hg von. Janos M Bak, 165-179. Berkeley, Los Angeles, Oxford: University of California Press. http://publishing.cdlib.org/ucpressebooks/view?docId=ft367nb2f3&....
———. 1998. Der normannische Festkrönungsordo aus Sizilien. In Cavalieri alla conquista del Sud : studi sull’Italia normanna in memoria di Léon-Robert Ménager, hg von. Errico Cuozzo und Jean-Marie Martin, 315-327. Roma: Laterza.
Johns, Jeremy. 1984. The Muslims of Norman Sicily, c. 1060-c. 1194. Dissertation, London: University of Oxford, 1983. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?did=1&uin=uk.bl.ethos.348498.
———. 2002. Arabic Administration in Norman Sicily: The Royal Dīwān. Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town: Cambridge University Press.
Loud, Graham A. 2007. The Latin Church in Norman Italy. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, Sao Paulo: Cambridge University Press.
Tronzo, William. 1997. The Cultures of His Kingdom: Roger II and the Cappella Palatina in Palermo. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.
———. 2007. The Medieval Object-Enigma, and the Problem of the Cappella Palatina in Palermo. In Late antique and medieval art of the Mediterranean world, hg von. Eva Rose F. Hoffman, 367-388. 1993. Aufl. Blackwell anthologies in art history 5. Malden  MA: Blackwell.
Concerning the Italo-Byzantine paleography I recommend these two fundamental essays published in the same proceedings to characterize the differences between Sicily and South Calabria and the other centre in Terra d'Otranto (Salento, Apulia):
Canart, Paul, und Julien Leroy. 1977. Les manuscrits en style de Reggio - Étude paléographique et codicologique. In Actes du Colloque International sur ‘La paléographie grecque et byzantine’ organisé dans le cadre des colloques internationaux du CNR à Paris du 21 au 25 octobre 1974, hg von. Jean Glénisson, Jacques Bompaire, und Jean Irigoin, 559:241-261. Colloques internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Paris: Éditions du CNRS.
Jacob, André. 1977. Les écritures de Terre d‘Otrante. In Actes du Colloque International sur ‘La paléographie grecque et byzantine’ organisé dans le cadre des colloques internationaux du CNR à Paris du 21 au 25 octobre 1974, hg von. Jean Glénisson, Jacques Bompaire, und Jean Irigoin, 559:269-281. Colloques internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Paris: Éditions du CNRS.

Tag: Arab, GB-Lbl Harley 5786, Italobyzantine, Manuscrits, Norman, Palermo, Sicily

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