Andreas Kaplony, Ph.D. (1994), Habilitation (2001) is Chair of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. He has published widely on Arabic-Islamic history, including The Ḥaram of Jerusalem (2002), The Journey of Maps and Images on the Silk Road (2008, ed. with Philippe Forêt), and Fünfundzwanzig arabische Dokumente aus dem Rotmeer-Hafen al-Quṣayr al-Qadīm (7./13. Jahrhundert) (2014).
Michael Marx (born 1971) studied Arabic, Islamic Studies, Semitic and General Linguistics in Berlin, Bonn, Paris and Teheran. Since 2007 he is director of the "Corpus Coranicum" project of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
Qurʾān Quotations Preserved on Papyrus Documents, 7th-10th Centuries is the first book on the Qurʾān’s Sitz im Leben, i.e. on how the Qurʾān was quoted in Arabic original letters, legal deeds, and amulets. Qurʾān Quotations also serves as an in-depth exploration of the radiocarbon dating of documents and Qurʾānic manuscripts.
Tobias J. Jocham;
Michael Josef Marx,
Eva Mira Youssef-Grob.
> Kaplony, Andreas, The Qurʾān’s Sitz im Leben: Preliminary Remarks on
> Marx, Michael Josef, Introduction, 1-41.
> Potthast, Daniel, Qurʾān Quotations in Arabic Papyrus Letters from
the 7th to the 10th Centuries, 42-85.
> Sonego, Leonora, Qurʾān Quotations in Legal Documents, 86-111.
> Bsees, Ursula, Qurʾānic Quotations in Arabic Papyrus Amulets, 112-138.
> Youssef-Grob, Eva Mira, Radiocarbon (14C) Dating of Early Islamic
Documents: Background and Prospects, 138-187.
> Marx, Michael Josef and Tobias J. Jocham, Radiocarbon (14C) Dating of
Qurʾān Manuscripts, 188-221.