Inmaculada Pérez Martín studied Classical Philology at Complutense University in Madrid and from 1997 she has been a Scientific Researcher at the Spanish National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC). She is the editor of the journal Estudios bizantinos. Her publications cover a wide range of topics related to Byzantine Literary Culture and Spanish Hellenism, focusing in particular on Greek Manuscripts and the Transmission of Ancient Greek texts in Byzantium.
This volume deals with the evidence from manuscripts and handwritten documents with multilingual and multigraphic structures in Arabic, Hebrew, Latin and Greek, conceived and designed to display texts in different languages or scripts, as well as addressing the historical context of these testimonia (their production, use and circulation) and focusing on problems inherent to multicultural societies.
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