Two Overlooked Greek Manuscripts of 1 Clement

In: Vigiliae Christianae
David Lincicum 238 Malloy Hall, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN 46556 USA

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This short article presents two late Greek manuscripts that partially preserve the text of 1 Clement. The first, BNF Suppl. gr. 64, fols. 105-112v (‘P’) is a 15th century manuscript containing 1 Clem. 40.5-60.4a, in a textual form affiliated with Codex Hierosolymitanus (Taphou 54). The second, EBE 1896, fols. 205-223 (‘E’), contains 1 Clement from the incipit through 31.3, and appears to be an apograph of Codex Alexandrinus.

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