Date: Thu Nov 12 1998 - 12:47:17 EST
In a message dated 11/12/98 11:25:27 AM, you wrote:
>> ... the Q is slightly different from most of the other thetas in the
>> Also, a slight line is just before the Q, which could be bleed over from
>> latin on the other side or perhaps has been noted as an earlier reading in
>> ms ...
>What is the reading in 'the latin on the other side' in Codex Bezae?
I'll answer this one to the list, but since this is getting away from Greek
grammar, further posts likely should be off-list, which is what I'll seek to
do with further inquiries on this topic.
The "other side" to which I was referring was the Latin from the previous
page, not the facing page, which is where the translation of 16:14 is at. As
for the Latin text in Bezae, it is as follows for the phrase in question:
COLENS DM AUDIEBAT. In other words, the Latin in this case is in line with
the Greek (remember, Bezae's Latin text is a separate text, not a translation
of the Greek text in Bezae).
Landrum P. Leavell, II, Professor of New Testament and Greek
Director of the Center for New Testament Textual Studies
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
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