Articles: R.L. Easton, Jr., W.A. Christensen-Barry & K.T. Knox, Ten Years of Lessons from Imaging of the Archimedes Palimpsest; W.A. Christens-Barry, K. Boydston & R.L. Easton, Jr., Some Properties of Textual Heritage Materials of Importance in Spectral Imaging Projects; U. Bergman, Synchrotron Rapid-Scan X-ray Fluorescence Imaging of Ancient Documents; F.G. France, Spectral Imaging and Non-invasive Characterization of Manuscripts; W.B. Seales, J. Griffioen & D. Jacops, Virtual Conservation: Experience with Micro-CT and Manuscripts; A. Nurminen, Illumination Issues in Digitizing Ancient Carbonized Papyri; R.T. Macfarlane & al., Exploring the Limitations and Advantages of Multi-Spectral Imaging in Papyrology: Darkened, Carbonized, and Palimpsest Papyri; T.A. Griffiths & al., A Signal Processing Review of Selected Techniques for Enhancing Multispectral Document Images; G. Bearman, W. Christens-Barry & K. Boydston, How Much Data is Enough: Quantitative Spectral Imaging of Texts and Cultural Heritage Objects; V. Karnaukhov, Methods and Tools for Watermark Digital Processing, Archiving and Dating; D. Deckers & L. Glaser, Imaging Palimpsest Manuscripts Using High-Flux Micro X-ray Fluorescence; S. Tarte & al., Image Capture and Processing for Enhancing the Legibility of Incised Texts; A. Garz, M. Diem & R. Sablatning, Layout Analysis of Ancient Manuscripts Using Local Features; M.B. Phelps & M.B. Toth, Strategic Considerations for Palimpsest Imaging Projects: Lessons Learned from the St. Catherine's Monastery Palimpsest Survey; M. Brantl & I. Schäfer, Challenges and Experiences in the Mass Digitization of Manuscripts and Rare Books at the Bavarian State Library; M.B. Toth, Integrating Techologies and Work Processes for Effective Digital Imaging.