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. Codex Sinaiticus. 4. Jh. Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, Cod. gr. I. O. Mazal Bibliography Skeat, T. C. : Scribes and Correctors of the Codex

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who allowed Christianity (or, in the case of Alexandria, by his son), 13 Codex Vaticanus and other codices might also have been produced for internal church conditions and demands. 14 1.3 Observations on the Provenance of Codex Sinaiticus Since the discovery of Codex

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centuries; Codex Sinaiticus is one such manuscript that contains such features. 2 Sinaiticus is one of the most significant early Greek manuscripts containing all of the books of the New Testament. Discovered in the nineteenth century by Constantine Tischendorf, Sinaiticus contains a significant portion

In: Studies On The Paratextual Features Of Early New Testament Manuscripts

more than additional questions. But if Oliver Wendell Holmes is to be believed, fulfillment may be found in asking a question one cannot answer or in attempting a task one cannot achieve. 1 The complexity surrounding the relationship between Codex Sinaiticus and the Andreas “Text Type” may not be as

In: Ancient Texts, Papyri, and Manuscripts
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The credit for the discovery of Codex Sinaiticus goes to Tischendorf, but he also deserves the blame for some of what occurred in the aftermath of that discovery (see Böttrich 1 ). Dispersed across four different libraries, 2 Codex Sinaiticus did not fare well until the Codex Sinaiticus

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A NOTE ON CODEX SINAITICUS AND SHEM-TOB'S HEBREW MATTHEW by GEORGE HOWARD Athens, GA In 1987, I published a Hebrew Matthew which I discovered within the body of a fourteenth century Jewish polemical treatise, entitled Even Bohan.l 1 The author, Shem-Tob ben-Isaac ben- Shaprut, wrote his work c

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ANCIENT SCRIBES AND MODERN ENCODINGS: THE DIGITAL CODEX SINAITICUS David Parker The Codex Sinaiticus is one of the two oldest Bibles in Greek, and con- tains the oldest complete New Testament. It is currently housed in four locations (London, Leipzig, Sinai and St Petersburg). Since 2002, it has

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8 THE LAST CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF THE CODEX SINAITICUS In 1975 an extraordinary discovery was made in the Monastery of St. Catherine on Mount Sinai. In a recess in the wall of the Monastery, the very existence of which was unknown to the present-day com- munity, a vast quantity of manuscripts

In: The Collected Biblical Writings of T.C. Skeat
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THE LAST CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF THE CODEX SINAITICUS by T.C. SKEAT London In 1975 an extraordinary discovery was made in the Monastery of St. Catherine on Mount Sinai. In a recess in the wall of the Monastery, the very existence of which was unknown to the present-day community, a vast

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432 Review of Books / Journalftr the Study ofJudaism 40 (2009) 366-456 TObit: The Book o/TObit in Codex Sinaiticus. By Robert J. Littman. (Septuagint Commentary Series). Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2008. Pp. xlvii, 211. Cloth. €95.00 / US$ 149.00. ISBN 978-90-04-17107-7. Die Reihe der Septuagint

In: Journal for the Study of Judaism