Wednesday, December 17, 2008

SBL 2008 BOSTON ROUND UP

Tommy is blogging SBL papers at such a rate and with such thoroughness that I thought it might be helpful to have a round-up of all the posts about the recent SBL meeting (which I will up-date as necessary and keep at the top of the blog for another week or so). I have arranged them in the order of delivery:

22-23A Head on Nomina Sacra in P66

22-23B Clivaz on P75 & Smith on 1 Peter 5.14b in (or not in) P72

22-23C Payne on "Umlauts" in Vaticanus

22-69 Papyrology and New Testament

22-80 Virtual Codex Sinaiticus Up-date (off-site link)

22-124A Cosaert on Gospels in Clement

22-124B Askeland On Coptic Versions

22-124C Bethge on Recent Coptic Finds

22-124D Hernandez on Andrew of Caesarea

22-124E Wasserman & Wright Knust on Jesus' Writing on the ground

23-25 Houghton identifies new old Latin texts

23-25 Schmid on Virtual Manuscript Room

23-135A,B,E Papyrology and New Testament

23-135C,D Papyrology and New Testament (Amulets)

24-97 Secret Gospel of Mark

24-139 Ethiopic Manuscripts of the Bible in North America

24-32 Book Review of David Parker, An Introduction to the NT MSS and Their Texts, pt. 1

24-32 Book Review of David Parker, An Introduction to the NT MSS and Their Texts, pt. 2

24-32 Book Review of David Parker, An Introduction to the NT MSS and Their Texts, pt. 3-4

24-32 Book Review of David Parker, An Introduction to the NT MSS and Their Texts, pt. 5

Other Posts:
Head brief review
ETC Meal on Monday evening
Visit to Houghton Library

4 comments:

  1. The unnoticed elephant in the room is the Panel review on Prof. Parker's new work.

    I have put my own comments on my textandcanon.blogspot.com.

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  2. Jim,

    I am moving ahead in chronological order, so the elephant has to wait outside the room for a while.

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  3. Tommy,
    Are you going to blog the Papyrology Sessions dealing with NT mss too?

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  4. Peter,

    I can blog about Theodore de Bruyn's paper, and leave the others to you. Then I plan to blog the book reviews (Parker and Royse), and before that something from the IGNTP session.

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