From: Nichael Cramer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 05 1999 - 15:03:26 EDT
George Blaisdell wrote:
> >From: Jim West
> >P. Comfort's new book, "The Complete Text of the Earliest NT Manuscripts"
> >has arrived and it is really a tremendous thing!
> >mss include p1 - 104 (with some lacunae), and some other early uncials.
> >book offers the mss in P order. Some photos are included as well as a fine
> >introduction. 649 pp. of great resources for the textual critic and NT
> >The transcriptions are really excellent and are exact!, including
> >abbreviations within the papyri themselves.
> >Thought some of you would like to know that this book is now available.
> Jim ~ Are the texts themselves in the uncial? Are they reprods in a modern
> font? Or are they photocopies of the originals?
> More info! Please!! :-)
Likewise, are these Comfort's transcriptions? If not whose?
Similarly, how does the book signify uncertain letters; conjectural
emendations; disagreements among editors; etc?
(I haven't seen Comfort's book --although I look forward to it-- but this
is often a problem with books of "transcription". They often present
the included readings as finished and exact with no indication of
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