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DIPLOMATICS. The art of judging of ancient charters, public documents or diplomas, and discriminating the true from the false. Encyc. Lond. h.t.

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Part II consists of a diplomatic edition of the unique manuscript of the PST in roman script.
In this diplomatic edition of the Portland diary, Acheson has made appropriate editorial decisions.
revirola' and gives an edition of the poem based on MSS AIK + Ea, while presenting a diplomatic edition of the texts of both C and R.
All Herbert scholars will welcome Mario Di Cesare's stunning diplomatic edition of the Bodleian Manuscript (Tanner 307).
Glenn's, by contrast, is a diplomatic edition, reproducing much of the manuscript punctuation; indeed on the assumption that line-breaks 'sometimes [sic] function as punctuation in these texts' (p.