Textualizációs eljárások, tipológiai kísérletek, digitális adatbázisok
The author in the first part of her article presents in what way the textological features of the genre of incantation and the (often implicitly ) posed questions of the researchers behind the publications of incantations have influenced the mode of classic editions of texts, primarily the typological issues, and in what way all these factors determine interpretative possibilities. Then, along the dimensions of comparability defined by Lauri Honko (phenomenology of tradition, the historicity of tradition, and ecology of tradition), she summarizes recent endeavours of systematisation within incantation studies and points out the fallacies and shortcomings of typologies, drawing attention to the fundamentally incommensurable nature of the various approaches. In the second part of the article the author, briefly presenting the responses given by computational folkloristics to the problems of textology, typology and comparatism, comes to the conclusion that instead of national and international incantation catalogues, the elaboration of an international guide to textology standardizing the textualisation techniques of digital editions of incantations would be a more important milestone for comparative studies. To facilitate this objective the author presents a set of multidimensional textological features for digital databases of verbal charms (subject to further discussions).