A re-examination of Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus
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“Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus has been the neglected member of the family of great uncials. Photographic facsimiles have been produced of δ, A, B, D, and the others, but only a sample page or two of the valuable palimpsest is available in textbooks. All the other important codices have been studied more than once. But as regards Codex C only Tischendorf has labored seriously over it. In textbooks on textual criticism, Codex C has been given – almost without exception – less than half the space of any of the other main uncials. To be sure, it is a difficult manuscript to read, and many lacunae exist. Yet because of its age and the quality of its text, every possible piece of information should be accurately extracted from this once beautiful codex. Due to the unwarranted neglect of Codex C, this study was undertaken.” – from the Preface.
Thesis, PhD Doctor of Philosophy
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