2393Re: Mk 1:2
- Sep 2 11:42 PMThanks to all who contributed to this question.
I haven't anything to add.
The beginning of Mk poses several, at present, unsolvable questions.
I agree with David that there are points where "something we find in all
surviving copies is not original".
This has been suggested earlier for Acts where D has large lacunae. Since at
several points D alone preserves the original text (acc. to NA), one can
calculate how many times the original is lost at those passages where D is
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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