By Thomas J. Kraus, Tobias Nicklas
For the reconstruction of early Christianity, the lives of early Christians, their global of principles, their methods of dwelling, and their literature. Early Christian manuscripts - files and literary texts - are pivotal archaeological artefacts. despite the fact that, the manuscripts frequently got here to us in fragmentary stipulations, incomplete or with gaps and lacking strains. Others seem to shape a corpus, belong to an archive, or are attached with one another so far as subject or objective are involved. the current assortment includes of 9 essays approximately person or a suite of convinced manuscripts. With their essays the authors objective to offer specific ways to early Christian manuscripts and, accordingly, show methodically how you can take care of them. The scope of subject matters levels from the reconstruction of fragmentary manuscripts to the importance of amulets and from the dialogue of person fragments to the dealing with of the identified manuscripts of a selected Christian textual content or an entire archive of papyri.
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74 recto → 1 [ινα τι κυριε αφεcτηκαϲ μαροθεν υπερ-] [οραϲ ἐν ευκ]α̣ ιρ̣ ̣ια̣ ̣ ιϲ̣ ̣ [εν θλιψει εν τω υπερηφαν-] [ευεϲθαι τον α]ϲεβη εν[πυριζεται ο πτωχοϲ] [ϲυλλαμβανον]τ̣αι ἐν δ̣ιαβ[ουλιοιϲ οιϲ διαλογιζον-] 5 [ται οτι επαι]νειται ο̣ αμ[αρτωλοϲ εν ταιc επι-]̣ [θυμιαιϲ τηϲ] ψυχηϲ αυ[του και ο αδικων] [ενευλογειται] παρωξυν[ε τον κυριον ο αμαρ-] [τωλοϲ κατα το] πληθοϲ τη̣[ϲ οργηϲ αυτου ουκ εκξητηϲει] [ςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςς]ςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςς[ςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςςς] l. 9: ςςςςςςςς (according to Sanz) indicate a sequence of virgulae in the function of an end strip.
In red ink) Potential parallels and/or allusions: ll. 1–7: Mark 14:26–27, 29–30 // Matt 26:30–31, 33–34; ll. 3–4: Zech 13:7LXX (GCS NS 11; Neutestamentliche Apokryphen 1; Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2004), 67. J. G 2325: Einige Modifikationen von Transkritption und Rekonstruktion,” ZAC/JAC 10 (2007) 383–385 and idem, “Other Gospel Fragments: 1. G 2325: The ‘Fayûm Fragment’ ” (see n. 82), 222, on the basis of Wessely, Les plus anciens monuments I (see n. 96), 174. Dieter Lührmann suggests εἰ|πόντος ἐμο]ῦ for ll.
However, Roberts himself notes exceptions 14 thomas j. kraus contractions or suspensions. Ryl. ”57 On the basis of Roberts’ original proposal, Christopher M. Ryl. 58 His hypothesis produced strong reactions from Christopher E. Hill and Larry W. 59 “Nomina sacra” are a complex and controversial subject. e. reconstructing texts and the resulting chances and limitations. It appears as if there was a certain convention about how to abbreviate some specific nomina sacra. Ryl. III 457. Ryl. III 457 (∏52): to the asserted “universality” and discusses them briefly (cf.
Early Christian Manuscripts: Examples of Applied Method and Approach by Thomas J. Kraus, Tobias Nicklas