[Synoptic-L] first modern scholar to note the shorter and longer forms of the LP
- Wettstein (page 726) on Luke 11.2 cites Vulg Armen Marcion Origen
Schol 36 & 38 then adds (in Greek) that Luke is silent on the ?in
then on the clauses about the kingdom W again cites versions,
Augustine Enchirid. 116 Origen in Orat. D, gives the longer text in
Greek and adds again (in Greek) that Luke falls silent. After the
further discussion of the bread petition he adds probante H. Grotio,
J. Clerico, J. Millio prol. 420 J.A.Bengelio
I am not familier with all of W?s conventions but as expected it is
clear that he knows the mss, versions, and Patristic discussions as
well as the opinions of the ?moderns? from 1583 to the 18th C.:
Grotius, Leclerc, Mill and Bengel.
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