By D. C. Parker
This 2008 booklet is an incredible English-language advent to the earliest manuscripts of the hot testomony. a vital instruction manual for students and scholars, it offers an intensive grounding within the research and modifying of the hot testomony textual content mixed with an emphasis at the dramatic present advancements within the box. masking historical assets in Greek, Syriac, Latin and Coptic, it: • describes the manuscripts and different historic textual proof, and the instruments had to examine them • offers with textual feedback and textual enhancing, describing glossy methods and methods, with information at the use of variations • introduces the witnesses and textual research of every of the most sections of the recent testomony, discussing commonplace editions and their value. A better half web site with full-colour photos offers beneficiant quantities of illustrative fabric, bringing the topic alive for the reader.
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What may be observed is punctuation by the placing of medial points (dots halfway up the height of the letters) dividing units of sense (there is an example in the middle of line 4). This punctuation is meagre by modern standards. The presence of a number of corrections indicates a high degree of care with the text, some shown by the scribe, some by later correctors. 1). Another distinctive feature is the use of nomina sacra (‘sacred names’). This is the writing of various commonly occurring nouns in an abbreviated form with a line over them (usually a form with the last letter, thus indicating the case of the word).
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In fact, at all levels of interest and knowledge, there are books whose main significance lies not in their textual but in their physical characteristics. The Lindisfarne Gospels, for example, is a ninthcentury Latin manuscript in the British Library which for many people has a significance independent of its contents. They may appreciate it as a superb representative of Northumbrian art even though they know no Latin and nothing of the contents. The same is true of the Book of Kells: visitors queue in the library of Trinity College Dublin to see this manuscript alone, although there are in the same place other copies of the same texts which are textually much more significant.