Zoëga, Georg - Schedae inscriptae: Note e Studij di Numismatica, quarum initum non auctoris manum prodet
|FINA IDUnique ID of the page ᵖ||7345|
|TitleTitel of the book.||Schedae inscriptae: Note e Studij di Numismatica, quarum initum non auctoris manum prodet|
|InstitutionName of Institution.||Copenhagen, Det Kongelige Bibliotek|
|InventoryInventory number.||NKS 357 b, IV. 3|
|AuthorAuthor of the document.||Georg Zoëga|
|Publication dateDate when the publication was issued: day - month - year .||1782|
|PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution.||Vienna 48° 12' 30.06" N, 16° 22' 21.00" E|
|Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation.||Joseph Eckhel|
|KeywordNumismatic Keywords ᵖ||notes, coin cabinet (vienna)|
|LiteratureReference to literature.||Eckhel 17921, Williams - Woytek 2015a, p. 49, note 252, Boserup 2015, p. 22 (appendix)3, Woytek 2022a, p. 3934, Burnett 2022, p. 420, n° 55|
|LanguageLanguage of the correspondence||Latin|
|LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia|
-Copenhagen, Kongelige Bibliotek, NKS 357 b, IV. 3. Doctrina Nummorum (Williams – Woytek 2015a, p. 49, note 25; Boserup 2015, p. 22 (appendix); Woytek 2022a, p. 393
- The manuscript comprises nearly 300leaves, more or less consecutively numbered, and five small index notebooks containing lists of the mints with the relevant leaf numbers).
Woytek 2022a, p. 393: During a study visit to the Royal Library in Copenhagen in the autumn of 2014, category IV of Zoëga’s papers, dealing with numismatic matters, was critically examined by Daniela Williams and this author. The focus was on section IV.3, which in the library catalogue is somewhat mysteriously referred to as: “Schedae inscriptae: Note e Studij di Numismatica, quarum initium non auctoris manum prodet.” The nucleus of this section is a group of more than 600 unbound pages with closely written manuscript notes mostly in Latin and in black ink, but sometimes also in pencil (fig. 10). These wellused pages – which do not have any kind of title – doubtless form a coherent group; apart from it, other miscellaneous numismatic notes are part of this section as well, for example papers kept in wrappers (in fact, a reused proof-sheet) inscribed “Note e Studij di Numismatica” which gave the entire section its (misleading) name in the catalogue by Koës. The pages of the coherent group that are relevant to our purpose measure c. 21–22.5 cm in height, with a width of c. 16.5–17 cm. Most of them are bifolia, with some single leaves being used as well. Numbering is not straightforward: not single pages or leaves are numbered, but mostly bifolia, in Arabic, in the upper right corner of the first page of each bifolium. However, in some cases unnumbered leaves are additionally inserted, and in others sub-numbers like 50b, 50c, 50d etc. (up to 50l) are introduced. Numbers 1–137 are attested, with nos. 34–43 and some other single ones missing. At the end of the collection, quires with separate numberings like [P1]–P11 and [A]–Δ are to be found, as well as unnumbered pages/quires. See Burnett 2022, p. 420, n° 5 (fr)
- ^ Eckhel, Joseph (1792), Doctrina numorum veterum, I, Joseph Vincent Degen, Vienna.
- ^ Williams, D. and B. Woytek (2015a), "The scholarly correspondence of Joseph Eckhel (1737-1798): a new source for the history of numismatics", Haller Münz-Blätter (Beiträge zum 6. Österreichischen Numismatikertag), 8, pp. 45‒56.
- ^ Boserup, Ivan (2015), "Georg Koës and Zoëga’s Manuscripts Preserved in the Royal Library in Copenhagen", in K. Ascani – P. Buzi – D. Picchi (eds.), The Forgotten Scholar: Georg Zoëga (1755–1809). At the Dawn of Egyptology and Coptic Studies, Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 74, Leiden – Boston, p. 15–24.
- ^ Woytek, Bernhard (2022), "The Genesis of Eckhel's Doctrina numorum veterum and Georg Zoëga's Numismatic Papers", in Bernhard Woytek and Daniela Williams (eds.), Ars critica numaria. Joseph Eckhel (1737–1798) and the Transformation of Ancient Numismatics, Vienna, p. 285-298.
- ^ Burnett, Andrew t(2022), "Scientia rei numariae – Ars critica numaria – Doctrina numorum veterum: What Are the Models?", in Bernhard Woytek and Daniela Williams (eds.), Ars critica numaria. Joseph Eckhel (1737–1798) and the Transformation of Ancient Numismatics, Vienna, p. 411-428.