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Case number 8 IT-95-8/1-PT, the Prosecutor versus Nenad Banovic, Predrag Banovic, Dusan 9 Fustar, and Dusko Knezevic. 10 JUDGE MAY: The appearances, please. 11 MS. BIBLES: Good afternoon. My name is Camille Bibles. (...) BIBLES: Thank you, Your Honour. As the Trial Chamber is 23 aware, this accused was charged in 1995 for actions which occurred at the 24 Keraterm detention camp between May and August of 1992. (...) The accused indicated to us through his counsel that he was 4 not interested in that, that in fact he felt that the evidence would show 5 that he would -- that we would in fact be filing this motion and that when 6 he left The Hague, in short, he wanted it to be for good. 7 We did have the opportunity to interview Nenad Banovic in 8 February.
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Score: 1751813.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/fustar/trans/en/020410MH.htm
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Case number 8 IT-95-8/1-PT, the Prosecutor versus Nenad Banovic, Predrag Banovic, Dusan 9 Fustar, and Dusko Knezevic. 10 JUDGE MAY: The appearances, please. 11 MS. BIBLES: Good afternoon. My name is Camille Bibles. (...) BIBLES: Thank you, Your Honour. As the Trial Chamber is 23 aware, this accused was charged in 1995 for actions which occurred at the 24 Keraterm detention camp between May and August of 1992. (...) The accused indicated to us through his counsel that he was 4 not interested in that, that in fact he felt that the evidence would show 5 that he would -- that we would in fact be filing this motion and that when 6 he left The Hague, in short, he wanted it to be for good. 7 We did have the opportunity to interview Nenad Banovic in 8 February.
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Score: 1751813.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/banovic/trans/en/020410MH.htm
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Annexe B MEMORY OF THE WORLD REGISTER – NOMINATION FORM Germany- 42-line Gutenberg Bible, printed on vellum, and its contemporary documentary background PART A – ESSENTIAL INFORMATION The 42-line Gutenberg-Bible is the first book printed in Europe with movable types. (...) From 1587 on, the Bible was in the possession of Duke Julius of Brunswick. (...) From Mainz, the location of Gutenberg’s printing office, the new technology spread all over Europe and the world in a surprising short time-span. 6 Gutenberg’s supreme achievement was the printing of a 42-line Bible in two volumes.
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Score: 1694920.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...berg_bible_nomination_form.pdf
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Columbia 2nd ed. 1978. "42-line Gutenberg Bible, printed on vellum, and its contemporary documentary background": Documentary heritage submitted by Germany and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2001. The 42-line Gutenberg-Bible is the first book printed in Europe with movable types. (...) Of the originally 30 Bibles printed on vellum only four have survived in their complete form with all their 1282 pages.
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Score: 1488997.95 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-24947.txt
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Columbia 2nd ed. 1978. "42-line Gutenberg Bible, printed on vellum, and its contemporary documentary background": Documentary heritage submitted by Germany and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2001. The 42-line Gutenberg-Bible is the first book printed in Europe with movable types. (...) Of the originally 30 Bibles printed on vellum only four have survived in their complete form with all their 1282 pages.
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Score: 1488997.95 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-24946.txt
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The 42-line Gutenberg-Bible is the first book printed in Europe with movable types. (...) Of the originally 30 Bibles printed on vellum only four have survived in their complete form with all their 1282 pages. (...) It is this connection which elevates the Goettingen vellum copy of the Gutenberg Bible into a rank that could not be achieved by any of the other complete copies.
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Score: 1481277.1 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/24946/
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The 42-line Gutenberg-Bible is the first book printed in Europe with movable types. (...) Of the originally 30 Bibles printed on vellum only four have survived in their complete form with all their 1282 pages. (...) It is this connection which elevates the Goettingen vellum copy of the Gutenberg Bible into a rank that could not be achieved by any of the other complete copies.
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Score: 1477446.8 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/24947/
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Of the originally 30 Bibles printed on vellum only four have survived in their complete form with all their 1282 pages. The Goettingen copy, being one of these four, stands out for its unique contemporary documentary context: The Goettingen Model Book is the contemporary source of the Bible’s illumination, the Notarial Instrument of Ulrich Helmasperger is the only surviving contemporary document that gives evidence of Gutenberg's invention. (...) It is this connection which elevates the Goettingen vellum copy of the Gutenberg Bible into a rank that could not be achieved by any of the other complete copies.
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Score: 1468239.1 - https://en.unesco.org/memoryoftheworld/registry/432
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Fol. 4v, Matthew VI:5–9 Description: "Codex Argenteus – the ‘Silver Bible’: Documentary heritage submitted by Sweden and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2011. The Codex Argenteus - the 'Silver Bible' - in Uppsala University Library is one of the most famous manuscripts in the world. (...) The text is part of Bishop Wulfila's translation of the Bible from Greek into Gothic, made in the 4th century.
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Score: 1466532.5 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/25019/
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Fol. 5r, Matthew VI:9–16 Description: "Codex Argenteus – the ‘Silver Bible’: Documentary heritage submitted by Sweden and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2011. The Codex Argenteus - the 'Silver Bible' - in Uppsala University Library is one of the most famous manuscripts in the world. (...) The text is part of Bishop Wulfila's translation of the Bible from Greek into Gothic, made in the 4th century.
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Score: 1466532.5 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/25017/
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