An Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism by Lion Vaganay, Christian-Bernard Amphoux, Jenny Heimerdinger,
By Lion Vaganay, Christian-Bernard Amphoux, Jenny Heimerdinger, Keith Elliott
A basic survey of the learn of latest testomony manuscripts that outlines for college kids of the recent testomony the fundamental instruments and talents keen on learning these manuscripts. the current variation is a completely revised and up to date model of the past due L?on Vaganay's Initiation a los angeles critique du Nouveau testomony, released in 1933, and every portion of that unique paintings has been cited so far in gentle of the most recent study within the box. delivering because it does a large evaluate, instead of a step by step advent, the ebook appears at its topic thematically, and its 4 sections disguise, respectively, the character and personality of the records themselves; the tools of learning them; the background of the texts ahead of they have been published; and their background next to their printing. trendy all through is a priority to narrate the topic to an enquiry into the earliest heritage of the recent testomony (prior to two hundred AD), which gives an attractive own point of view on a subject of a few debate, but with no neglecting to ascertain conflicting critiques and perspectives.
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Text type: Alexandrian (see p. 108 and see also p. 97). Codex Alexandrinus (A. 02), of the fifth century, was written in Egypt and, after being in the possession of the Patriarch of Alexandria since 1098, was brought to London in 1628, where it is now kept at the British Library. It is written in two columns and contains the Old and the New Testaments as well as the two Epistles of Clement of Rome, though with large parts missing. G. 02 (VI)). Text types: SyroByzantine and Alexandrian (see p. 109 and p.
This is how 'parchment', or skin of Pergamum, got its name (7l£pyauT|vfi, pergamena; also known as neuPp&va, membrana), and it was then that this new material, being strong enough to allow for mistakes to be scratched away, began to compete both with tablets and with papyrus for things like rough work, sketches and anything needing retouching. Later, as it became less expensive, parchment was preferred for literary texts, and for other important work generally. Finally, from around AD 650, when papyrus became rare, parchment predominated until the fourteenth century.
In its primary text the manuscript contains the four Gospels in the usual order with lacunae. There is a critical edition by A. Smith Lewis (1910; sys (VI)) and a defective facsimile reproduction by A. Hjelt (1930; sys (VI)). The texts of the two manuscripts are different but related, and they have a number of agreements with Codex Bezae and the Old Latin text. Between them, they contain almost all of the Gospels. They each bear the words: 'evangelion da-mepharreshe', that is 'The Gospel of the separated [books]', as opposed to Tatian's harmony, which was known in the East as 'The Gospel of the mixed'.