Congratulations to Dr. Zsuzsanna Gulácsi, Professor of Art History and Asian Studies on her recent publication! She coauthored the book A Manichaean Prayer and Confession Book about the earliest known pre-Islamic Iranian manuscript, (Brepols 2022). The surviving 48-page portion the manuscript was once part of an Uygur-era (762-1124 CE) Manichaean liturgical book (written in Middle Persian, Parthian, and Sogdian languages) issued in the form of an exquisite miniature paper codex, measuring 3.6 inches in height. It was discovered by German explorers in 1902 among ruins of the Uygur capital city of Kocho (Ch. Gaochang) in what is today the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in NW China. Gulácsi’s contribution is the first codicological study of this famous Central Asian codex fragment and includes codicological diagrams and color photos of 12 digitally reconstructed facing pages.