mandag 21. januar 2008

Singular Readings in the Early Fragmentary Papyri of John

Fant denne link som omhandler bl.a. innholdet i flere nylig publiserte papyrus fra NT:

1. Singular Readings and the analysis of Scribal Habits This study is a somewhat belated sequel to my 1990 article "Some Observations on Early Papyri of the Synoptic Gospels, especially concerning the 'Scribal Habits'" (1). There I discussed fourteen early papyri of the Synoptic Gospels in terms of their singular readings - readings unique to the particular manuscript...

P106 (P. Oxy 4445; Oxford, Ashmolean) is the top portion of a single leaf from a codex of John from the first half of the third century containing the text of John 1,29-35.40-46 (with page numbers 3 and 4 in the upper margin). The fragment is both stained and damaged in various places, making it rather difficult to read. A number of singular readings are evident.