From: Steven Cox (scox@Mail.Sparkice.COM.CN)
Date: Wed Feb 17 1999 - 02:10:50 EST
Off the web page Jeffrey mentioned http://www.skypoint.com/~waltzmn/ (thread
was "Accents") is an entry on the MSS abbreviations known as Nomina Sacra
Footnote 2. reads as follows:
"There are no nomina sacra visible in P52; the line length perhaps implies
the use of the abbreviation IN, but this is not certain (see discussion in
the entry on P52). The substantial early papyri use the abbreviations at
Question : if "intermittently" then how does one tell from NA27 apparatus if
a given papyrus reading has Nomina Sacra in the text?
(for example) if John 1:18 in P66 has MONOGENHSQS or MONOGENHSQEOS ?
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