C.J. Clay and Sons, 1893 - 89 Seiten

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Seite 24 - Nemo cum Prophetas versibus viderit esse descriptos metro eos aestimet apud Hebraeos ligari, et aliquid simile habere de Psalmis vel operibus Salomonis : sed quod in Demosthene et Tullio solet fieri, ut per cola scribantur et commata, qui utique prosa et non versibus conscripserunt, nos quoque ntilitati legentium providentes, interpretationem novam now scribendi genere distinximusi.
Seite 76 - K, by very ancient scribes, though not by the writers of the text itself, B indeed having antecedently a wholly different set of numerals. The differences in detail are sufficient to shew that the two scribes followed different originals : the differences of both from the existing Latin arrangement are still greater, but too slight to allow any doubt as to identity of ultimate origin. The coincidence suggests a presumption that the early home, and therefore not improbably the birthplace, of both...
Seite 76 - N were both written in the West, probably at Rome; that the ancestors of B were wholly Western (in the geographical, not the textual sense) up to a very early time indeed ; and that the ancestors of N were in great part Alexandrian, again in the geographical, not the textual sense.
Seite 36 - ... cujusque epistolae numerum versiculorum, qui in plurimos codices irrepsit." And the same statement somewhat modified seems to have been repeated right on to the present. According to Scrivener, Introduction to the NT p. 60...
Seite 76 - Again it is remarkable that the principal Latin system of division of the Acts, found in the Codex Amiatinus and, slightly modified, in other Vulgate MSS, is indicated by Greek numerals both in M (with large irregular omissions) and in B, but is otherwise unknown in Greek MSS and literature.
Seite 6 - It will be evident, however, that these quotations really imply nothing more than a general statement that Callimachus entered books under certain catalogues, in which were found, with the name of the author and the title of the book, the first line of its contents, and the number of lines. And M. Graux...
Seite 50 - ... almost all the causes which tend to produce variety of stichometric subscription are in operation. In particular the variety of texts is great. The Textus Receptus, for example, shows an excess of at least 50 hexameters in the Gospel of Matthew over the text of Westcott and Hort. This makes our enquiry extremely interesting, for we begin at once to ask such questions as relate to the authenticity of the last twelve verses of Mark, the pericope de adultera, and other important passages. Does the...

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