>Let me first ask about the text you are studying. Is this the print facsimile of
> Vaticanus (as opposed to a *photo* facsimile)?
I work with the new 2000 facsimile (published by the Vatican), which is ALMOST the
original. :-) It's really excellent. But $ 5.000.
> It sounds like you are familiar with "Scribes and Correctors of
> the Codex Sinaiticus", edited by H. J. M. Milne and T. C. Skeat,
> published by the British Museum in 1938?
Yes. It is very interesting. Unfortunately not about Vaticanus. :-) Ok, two pages about
the scribes of Vaticanus.
> I was interested mostly in pericope
> signs when I did my study, as opposed to hexaplaric or text-critical signs.
There are many and different pericope and section signs in Vaticanus. I am very interested
in your findings on Sinaiticus and general literature on this subject.
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany