A forum for people with knowledge of the Bible in its original languages to discuss its manuscripts and textual history from the perspective of historic evangelical theology.
Tregelles would be highly pleased....
yes, how many months did he wait in Rome trying to get a proper look at it?
Yay!What's all that in the margins at the beginning of Daniel?
Some more marginalia is in the upper margin of the page on which Judith begins, partly trimmed away.
The signature of Klement (??) the Monk, which appears only faintly at the end of Deuteronomy, appears clearly on page 624, before Psalms.
oh my word!
The images are much clearer than in the facsimile. Great! I have several palaeographical problems in the TCG commentary that I have to recheck now. For downloading the images, have a look here: http://textual-criticism.blogspot.de/
sorry lay man here. But what is the story with the script used in Genesis. Ive never seen the like of it. I can't even tell if its greek or Hebrew or latin.
Greetings your alien holiness. Greek, fifteenth century style (like the book of Revelation) - fixing up some of the gaps in the codex.
Finally we won't need a microscope anymore to look at marginal dots.
This is incredible news.