From: Stephen C. Carlson (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 01 1997 - 00:13:31 EST
At 02:45 PM 12/16/99 +0000, Ben Crick wrote:
> In my printed modern-Greek Bible, the numeral 6 (Stigma) is exactly like
> an English capital S, with the top half somewhat larger than the bottom
> half. There is a diacritical mark like an apostrophe ' immediately after
> it, thus: S' ("Ess-dashed"). The ' indicates that it is a numeral, not
> a letter.
Thank you for your remarks. I was more interested, however, in what an
uncial stigma is upposed to look like, but the stigma in the P.Oxy. LXVI
4499 MS looks indistiguishable from an uncial sigma.
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