By David Trobisch
This advisor introduces the advanced new version of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, 28 version, explaining its constitution, the text-critical gear and appendices, and the suggestions of the hot variation.
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The versions) are always listed in the apparatus in the same order. Which three versions are mentioned first? (67*) h. Sometimes a superscript symbol immediately follows the sign for a manuscript, such as an asterisk in B*. Name at least three of these symbols and describe their functions. (58*–59*) i. Explain when the abbreviations ????, pm, and Byz are applied. (59*–60*). j. What does the notation “p)” indicate? (61*) k. The editors distinguish three groups of Greek manuscripts on the basis of their frequency of citation in the apparatus.
The Appendix I sample above (p. 17) describes the content of manuscript B (03) as “eap (vac. ” Which writings are missing in manuscript B (→ solution)? b. Appendix I. A: Codices Graeci lists the following: two different manuscripts with the letter D (05, 06), two manuscripts with E (07, 08), three manuscripts with H (013, 014, 015), two with K (017, 018), two with L (019, 020), and two with P (024, 025). Each of these cases uses the same letters for manuscripts that are not related to each other.
For example, the end of Luke describes the disciples returning to Jerusalem. One text tradition says, “they were continually in the temple blessing God” (Luke 24:53). The Greek word for “blessing” is 1. STRUCTURE AND INTENTION OF THE EDITION 23 ευλογουντες. Some manuscripts have αινουντες, which is synonymous with ευλογουντες. Later traditions simply add και (“and”) between the variants, leaving translators with the challenge of searching for two synonyms. ” Using this strategy, however, was not always possible.