Regarding CSNTM minuscule of Luke, provisionally No. 2882 Thank-you very much, Mr. Wallace. Ok, I took the collation of your CSNTM 13th century Luke minusculeMessage 1 of 2 , Jan 18, 2008View SourceRegarding CSNTM minuscule of Luke, provisionally No. 2882Thank-you very much, Mr. Wallace. Ok, I took the collation of your CSNTM 13th century Luke minuscule and added its readings to my critical apparatus footnotes on Luke at:2:14
23:45It is listed in the footnotes as no. 2882.The download link for Luke is:Or, a PDF the same as above, but with the Greek text interlinear:David Robert Palmer----- Original Message -----From: Daniel B. WallaceSent: Saturday, January 12, 2008 9:13 PMSubject: [textualcriticism] two uncatalogued manuscripts; new Mac program
Of general interest to this list: The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts has recently posted images of two uncatalogued manuscripts. Both are minuscules; one is owned by Yale University, the other by CSNTM. Complete collations and descriptions are also found with the images. INTF in Muenster has indicated that the Yale MS will probably be given the Gregory-Aland number 2881, assuming that it's not part of another codex. The manuscript owned by CSNTM (10th-12th century Luke) will presumably be given number 2882. It has several singular readings and quite a few readings shared by a minority of manuscripts. The manuscript images for both manuscripts can be viewed at www.csntm.org.
Daniel B. Wallace, PhD
Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts._,_.___.