From: Larry W. Hurtado (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 10 1995 - 12:26:16 EDT
The apparatus in NA27 at Mk 8:13 is punctuated with periods after some
minuscule mss and then a comma separating some from others because some
of the mss are in the "lst order" classification of the Alands and some
of in the "2nd order" (see NA27 Intro, pp. 58f.). N.B. also Appendix 2,
where readings of mss. cited in the round brackets at 8:13 appear.
At Mk 8:35, the "et" means that C,K, W, etc. have both "apolese"
*and* "ten heautou psychein", whereas A, L, 33 etc. have "apolese" but
*not* the other variant.
Larry Hurtado, Religion, Univ. of Manitoba
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