Scribes


Scribes

Scribe

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Un scribe est, au sens historique, une personne qui pratique l'écriture. Son activité consiste à écrire à la main des textes administratifs, religieux et juridiques ou des documents privés, et à en faire des copies. Il peut alors être assimilé à un copiste ou à un écrivain public.

Des scribes ont existé dans plusieurs civilisations :

Patronyme

  • Eugène Scribe est un auteur dramatique et librettiste français (1791-1861).

Personnages de scribes dans la littérature

Logiciels

  • Scribe est un logiciel de numérisation de livres gratuit et en open source.
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