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Lecture by the Reseacher of Ancient Manuscripts Scott Carroll

Lecture by the Reseacher of Ancient Manuscripts Scott Carroll
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October 15
10:30 - 12:00
Room 346

A scientific lecture "Books before the invention of the printing press: the tireless work of the copyist" will be held by the reseacher of ancient manuscripts Scott Carroll on October 15.

Dr. Scott Carroll is the head of the "Manuscripts Study Group" (USA), curator of the exhibition project "Belarus and the Bible", which was held in 2018 at the National Library.

The lecture is held in the framework of the series of events Touch the Brest Bible.

It will be held at 10.30 in the Educational Technologies hall (3rd floor, room 346).

Tel.: (+375 17) 293 27 81, 293 27 82.

Read more about the public lecture of Dr. Scott Carroll.


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