Codex Bezae

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Cambridge University Press, 9 янв. 1992 г. - Всего страниц: 349
Codex Bezae is one of the most important primary sources in New Testament scholarship. Since its rediscovery in the sixteenth century it has continued to fascinate scholars, who have remained intrigued by the riddles of its general appearance and textual characteristics. David Parker makes the first comprehensive investigation of the manuscript for over a century, and sets out to uncover the story behind this most enigmatic of manuscripts. By studying the characteristics of Codex Bezae, both physical and textual, and by comparing its Greek and Latin texts, the author aims to show how a bilingual tradition developed, and thus to discover as much as possible about its earliest stages, which leads to an important new theory about its origins. In a final section, the general character of the text is assessed with a view to what this can tell us of the earliest traditions about Jesus.
 

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Introduction
1
The codex and the hand
7
The punctuation
31
The senselines
73
The nomina sacra
97
The corrections
123
The supplementary leaves
166
The development of the corrected text
175
The character of the tradition
250
The origins of the Codex Bezae
261
The history of a text
279
Corrections to Scriveners transcription of the codex
287
Alterations to Scriveners list of marginalia
299
Notes on the plates
317
Of all other manuscripts
323
Of folio references in Codex Bezae
338

The codex and the critics
183
A comparison of the columns
194

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