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by: Amrita Gupta

Week1Folklore.pdf FLR 350

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Amrita Gupta
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Folklore and the Bible
Dianne Dugaw

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Folklore and the Bible
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amrita Gupta on Friday January 16, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to FLR 350 at University of Oregon taught by Dianne Dugaw in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 68 views.

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Date Created: 01/16/15
1815 The evolution of books 1 scrolls papyrus books stories in whatever order 2 codicocodex parchment animal skin had to be maintained 3 manuscript paper with the printing press 4 book paper wide distribution printed en masse M 0 Hebrew Torah Prophets other 0 Christian Old Testament New Testament 0 Hebrew vs Christian codex Christians tended to use Old Testament as background Jews look at time and events as more circular Translation 0 Much of it first was recorded in Greek 0 Translated to Latin partially with the intent to control the distribution of ideas maintain the hierarchy 0 Later translated to English bibles printed to be more accessible to common people Early scrolls 0 Naghamadi texts discovered May 1945 in Egypt preceding 4th century Council of Nicea during CoN many texts were destroyed About 2nd century monastic writing 0 Dead Sea Scrolls About 2nd century Hebrew texts hidden after Jerusalem was destroyed by Romans 68 AD Jewish people ed but some intact materials have been discovered Parchment 0 Made from thinned animal skin 0 Books have hard covers to force the skin to retain its shape 0 Codices made of parchment 0 Ideas about codification came from a hierarchical perspective but also relative to material development Paper 0 Paper first made from rags then vegetablesplantstrees first taken from China 0 Manuscripts date from 14th18th centuries Print 0 Gutenberg printing press etc books printed information distributed more easily


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