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Sana'a manuscripts of Yemen
(7)That's interesting that a palimpsest would have the same corpus on both writings. The only other palimpsest I'm aware of in that category is Codex Vaticanus.
Phylogenetic analysis results for patristic data
(5)Dear Stephen, Thanks for the correction on nomenclature. From now on I will call NJ a phenetic technique. It seems a tad pessimistic to say that NJ is poor or
Tregells : Canon Muratorianus : 2 John : Question
(2)There is internal evidence that 2 and 3 John were written to the same church, in the same general time frame. So it's stretching it to say that 2 John would
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"Brother Timothy" vs. ἡμῶν in Hebrews 13:23
(1)Current editions of the Cambridge and Oxford KJV, as well as Webster's 1833 edition and even the NKJV, have ourin italics: "Know ye, that our brother Timothy
Thanks, Mr. Polonsky - Codex 08 and Others Online
(1)At http://bav.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/home http://bav.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/home one can view the beginning of a massive project: the digitalization of dozens and
Against Heresies, IV.29.1
(2)I defer to Barry's expertise in Latin, but I would suspect a translation along the lines of, "To those, then, who allege such difficulties, Do you not read
Vaticanus probabilities - textual undercurrents and text underwriti
(5)Hi Steven, My approach in transcribing manuscripts is to determine things by sight. However, when a later hand has written over the top of an earlier hand's
Lk 6:40b missing in some mss?
(3)Again: Von Soden. In addition: whlie working on the synoptics, also use Huck-Greeven. Teunis avn Lopik ... I have a reference that states that Lk 6:40b “is
Review of "The First New Testament" by BeDuhn
(2)The short answer to your question is, no. There isn't really any supporting evidence. If you've read the book you know that O'Callaghan used tons of special
Luke 6:35-36 and Matthew 5:45
(1)Thanks to those who helped me regarding Lk 4:16 and 22. Now, another question: Tertullian comments that Marcion had removed from Lk what we see as Mt 5:45,
Luke 4:16b and 4:22: Omitted in some mss?
(3)So: Griesbach, 2nd ed. 1796: = 13 for 4,22b (kai elegon ... Ioosef) and for a variant of 4,22b: BDL 69 Cant. Griesbach, 3rd ed. 1827: = 13 for 4,22b (kai
Re: Luke 4:16b and 4:22
(2)Hi All, I am just wondering is prwtovtokoß (Strong's number 4416) an adjective only or comparative/superlative adjective ? if it is just an adjective,
Vaticanus retracing - 15th century date traces to Enrico Fabiani, b
(7)[Could y'all please be a little bit more careful in avoiding long full quotes? Thanks! ---WIE] "Speaking of the digital images of 03; are they available
Press Release on Chester Beatty Papyri and CSNTM
(9)The post-production of the private images has been completed, so they should be able to be viewed now without any further issues. If you happen to find any
Daniel B. Wallace
"He came down among them" in B?
(7)Thank you. Perhaps not just a misinterpretation, but also (I assume) a misspelling of the name, as the actual quote (from
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18 months position for a Post-doc or a last year PhD student in Laus
(1)Dear all, In the framework of the pilot project for a Swiss HS digitalisation center (http://www.sagw.ch/fr/sagw/laufende-projekte/ddz.html), a position is
Re: Marcion's Gospel
(29)Mr Ismail, Do you seriously not understand the difference between a fictional novel ("Holy Blood, Holy Grail") and an academic, scholarly journal/article/work?
Julian the Apostate and the Mark ending and the apologetic-harmony-
(3)p.s. After a second read to his note, Grotius did not mention the story in bold; it seems to be Simon's. ... Most probably, the material which Grotius had
Marcion's gospel - Summarizing my analysis
(1)Apologies to anyone who has already seen this on another list: I have now written all I can think of regarding Marcion's gospel [Mcn], and, in particular, how
NEED YOUR HELP
(6)My account was hacked, but we got it back the same day - sorry. BTW, we had a good password, but they code breakers are getting better at determining the
Possible assimilations in Lk
(10)Steven, Thanks for your insights. I think the original is without doubt Galilee, which goes against what (for example) the NET has. As I see it (see
Getty Open Content program
(5)If you use one of the current incarnations of Logos Bible software, they are offering both the Greek and Latin texts of Codex D, Bezae, 05, however you
Chester Beatty Papyri and CSNTM
(1)17 September 2013 The Chester Beatty papyri, published in the 1930s and 1950s, are some of the oldest and most important biblical manuscripts known to exist.
Vaticanus - "the entire text has been overwritten by a 15th century
(3)Hi, Peter Head. Other than the 15th cent date this is all common knowledge. I suggest taking a close look at one page in a colour facsimile or photograph and
Didymus the Blind and the Text of the Gospels
(3)Hi James, Here is a CMDS (classical multidimensional scaling) map of Ehrman's data on Didymus for Matthew's Gospel:
(4)Thanks for the responses. I meant to follow up on this. After reading Carroll Osburn's essay on the lectionaries in the new Ehrman & Holmes volume (The Text of
Jac Perrin shared "Dissertation 10.7" with you
(2)Thank you very much for this quick delivered present. And: my congratulations to the new docter, of course. Teunis van Lopik. ... Jac used Dropbox to share
Jac Perrin via Dropbox
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Dr Perrin on F13
(1)Jac Perrin has defended his PhD thesis entitled "Family 13 in Saint John's Gospel," submitted to the University of Birmingham, and written under the
Yahoo Groups Format - Seriously???
(3)I first noticed it with XTalk. Instead of being greeted with a picture of an ancient papyrus, I got Eastern style minarets or something. I seriously thought
The PA: "It Isn't Found In Our Ancient MSS"??
(3)[This is the last post in this thread. Continue off-list, please. ---Wie] Dear Greg, As I mentioned before, I intentionally moved the subject of the
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