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A Critical Edition of Codex 0150 Including Its Textual and Reception History
Matthew J Hama (author)Kent D Clarke (thesis supervisor)Dirk L Büchner (second reader)Trinity Western University SGS (Degree granting institution)
Codex 0150 is an unpublished New Testament manuscript that has received minimal scholarly attention since its discovery. This critical edition offers a conservative transcription of 0150 based upon high resolution digital images provided by the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM). The transcription includes a comprehensive analysis of variants, which occur when 0150 is read against both the NA28 and the RP versions of the Greek New Testament. This edition critically engages background information of the manuscript such as date, provenance, and content, while also providing a close examination of scribal features present in 0150. Additionally, this work maximizes digital imaging technology to better understand the contents of the manuscript, its author, and the ancient world from which it arose. This edition provides access to an important piece within the New Testament manuscript tradition, and offers a rich foundation on which future scholarship can build.
Hiera Monē Iōannou tou Theologou Patmou --Vivliothēkē--61Bible. Epistles of Paul—Codex 0150 (Gregory)Bible. Epistles of Paul—Criticism, Textual.