From: clayton stirling bartholomew (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 14 1999 - 00:11:21 EDT
> Dear members of the B-Greek language
> I am doing an informal research on the name of Jesus. I know that
> the oldest manuscripts of the Greek New Testament are from the third
> century. I also heard (from Dr. Costa) that with computers, Internet
> and things like that I can easily gain access to copies old manuscripts.
> Could Moon-Ryul Jung, who work with computer science, tell me how
> to get a copy of a third century manuscript?
> Thank you very much for helping
> C. Navarro
Laying hands on an etext of NT manuscripts may be a bit of a chore.
However, printed texts are available. For example:
The Complete Text of the Earliest New Testament Manuscripts
Edited by Philip W. Comfort & David P. Barrett
CBD Price: 24.95
I think this book only contains the papyri. So if you want to see the
Uncials you will have to go to other sources. There was a paper back
edition of Codex Bezae edited by Scrivener (sp?) running around a while
ago, may still be in print.
Also, you could always rely on the apparatus in NA27 which is what most
-- Clayton Stirling Bartholomew Three Tree Point P.O. Box 255 Seahurst WA 98062
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