Located at the Department of
Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations


Catalogue

The Talay Collection

The Talay Collection of  Syrian Syriac inscriptions date from c. 10th century A.D. 

The collection comprises of analog and digital photographs.

 

 

On the Images


The CCED offers two sets of images for each inscription: the first, an untouched digital reproduction of the original photographic record; the second, an enhanced or modified reproduction with angles straightened and contrast sharpened.

A letter-samples option is also offered where select letters are isolated for further study.

 

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Textual Conventions


[…] Small portion of uncertain length missing

[… …] Long portion of uncertain length missing

{ } Enclosed portion partially missing from the original

! Unusual word in the original 

? Questionable word in the original

√ Root of a word

xxxx/____ Illegible small portion in the original

xxxxxx/______Illegible long portion in the original

< > Enclosed portion is a correction of the original

////////////// Effaced word or words in the original