From: Jack Kilmon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 12 1998 - 13:23:43 EDT
Ed Gorham wrote:
> A few days ago I posted a textual question and got no response. This leads
> me believe that either A.) There are no textual critics out there (which I
> don't believe), or B.) it was a really dumb question (a distinct
> I'll try again.
> Can a corrector manuscript (say, D1) always be classified in the same
> category (ala Aland's categories 1-5) as its exemplar? Asked the other
> way, can a manuscript be so "corrected" that it it actaully shifts
In my opinion, yes...although the process may take more than onecopyist, each
applying his own "harmonization." Perhaps the
Peshitta is an example of using a Western-type text (The Old
Syriac) from a competetive community and making somewhat
of a "hybrid" Byzantine (Gospels) and Western (Luke Acts) text.
This would be a good question for the TC list. You may find
that list a valuable resource and supplement to b-greek.
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> While I've been doing Greek for a while, I'm new to the textual-critical
> aspect, so any guidance here would be welcome.
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