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Manuscript Palaeoproteomics: Discovering the field of biocodicology

Manuscript Palaeoproteomics: Discovering the field of biocodicology

Paper by Sarah Fiddyment

Given at Dark Archives: A Conference on the Medieval Unread and Unreadable, held at the University of Oxford on September 11, 2019

Sarah Fiddyment discusses the study of the biomolecular information that formed part of the biological history of manuscripts – the biomolecules found on the surface of these manuscripts that can reveal something about their history.

See also: ZooMS: Species identification of parchment using peptide mass finger printing

You can learn more about Sarah Fiddyment’s work on her webpage at the University of York, or or follow her on Twitter at @DrSFiddyment.

You can learn more about the Dark Archives conference from Medium AEvum or follow them on Twitter @DarkArchives.

Top Image: 15th century manuscript – image courtesy New York Public Library

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