Studies On The Paratextual Features Of Early New Testament Manuscripts

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Introduction: Paratextual Features of Early Greek Manuscripts
Stanley E. Porter, Chris S. Stevens, and David I. Yoon

1 What Is Paratext? In Search of an Elusive Category
Stanley E. Porter

2 Missing the Point: Modern Punctuation Practice as Authoritative but Possibly Problematic Decision-Making
Hans Förster

3 Pointers to Persons and Pericopes? A Study of the Intermarginal Signs in Sahidic Manuscripts of the Gospel of John
Matthias H. O. Schulz

4 But for Me, the Scriptures are Jesus Christ (Ι̅Ϲ̅ Χ̅Ϲ̅; Ign. Phld. 8:2). Creedal Text-Coding and the Early Scribal System of Nomina Sacra
Tomas Bokedal

5 Segmentation and Interpretation of Early Pauline Manuscripts
S. Matthew Solomon

6 Can Papyri Correspondence Help Us to Understand Paul’s “Large Letters” in Galatians?
William Varner

7 The Tradition and Development of the Subscriptions to 1 Timothy
Tommy Wasserman and Linnea Thorp

8 Second Timothy: When and Where? Text and Traditions in the Subscriptions
Conrad Thorup Elmelund and Tommy Wasserman

9 Composite Citations in New Testament Greek Manuscripts
Sean A. Adams and Seth M. Ehorn

10 Titus in P32 and Early Majuscules: Textual Reliability and Scribal Design
Chris S. Stevens

11 The Scribal Use of Ekthesis as a Paragraph Marker? The Galatians Text in Codex Sinaiticus as a Test Case
David I. Yoon

12 Miniature Codices in Early Christianity
Michael J. Kruger

13 Marginalia in New Testament Greek Papyri: Implications for Scribal Practice and Textual Transmission
Michael P. Theophilos

Conclusion: Paratextual Features: Summary and Prospects
Stanley E. Porter, Chris S. Stevens, and David I. Yoon

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