By Louis Charles Willard
"Manuscripts of the hot testomony" usually include, as well as the textual content, supplementary details akin to excerpts from the Fathers, bankruptcy lists, citation lists, introductions to sections, for instance, the Pauline letters, and to person books. The 'Euthalian equipment' is the identify given to at least one such number of is helping to the reader. regrettably, the connection of a number of the components, the identification of the writer, the time of the writing, and the provenance stay doubtful. This paintings collects, summarizes, and analyzes the occasionally disparate released scholarship at the gear via 1970. The bibliography updates the unique bibliography via 2007 and comprises newly pointed out, previous bibliographic references.
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Df, instead of Prov. af as in Zacagni’s representation. In the Catholic epistles, there are no instances of double citations; however, Matthew and John are each cited (Matthew twice: 2 Peter I at 1:18 and II at 2:20; and John, 1 John I, at 1:5). There are also citations of apocryphal sources, namely the Apocryphon of Moses ( Jude I at 9) and the Apocryphon of Enoch ( Jude II at 14). The shorter type of list appears to complement the longer one. In all three lists of this type, the general pattern is to list the source, then to give the total times the source is cited, followed by the numbers of the citations corresponding to their order of appearance.
17). 43 Ibid. , 16. 45 Ernst von Dobschütz, “A Hitherto Unpublished Prologue to the Acts of the Apostles (probably by Theodore of Mopsuestia),” AJT 2 (1898): 385, n. 35, referring to Hist. eccl. 1 and 6. 47 The result of his critical labors is a long list for all three sections, with a single numeration scheme, no pqocq\llata, and no short lists. These latter aspects of the present apparatus are later elaborations, together with the supplementary paragraphs at the conclusion of some of the lists.
A close examination of the text shows that the more appropriate location of the full citation is 7:21, reading the longer of the two variants shown in the Nestle text (cf. 7:17). This quandary is not so likely to show up to one framing the quotation tables; hence it is no surprise that there were no significant variants in this respect in the tables themselves. In the text, in those manuscripts in which the citations are noted in the margin, confusion is more probable, and there are several different patterns.