Re: Conversion tables for Tisch. and V.S.
- On Tue, 27 Aug 1996, Bart Ehrman wrote:
> Is there something wrong with the conversion tables in Kurt Aland,Absolutely nothing wrong with those, Bart, and in fact I have my own
> _Kurzgefasste Liste der Grichischen Handschriften des Neuen Testaments_,
> 2nd ed. 1994 (pp. 377-427)? These indicate the equivalents of Tischendorf's
> and von Soden's ms designations in Gregory numbers and, helpfully as
> well, provide a reverse conversion of Gregory to von Soden, in three
> separate tables.
personal electronic form of those already scanned in. *;-) The problem is
in getting permission to post these data from the highly proprietary folk
at Muenster and/or Walter deGruyter in Berlin.
I would definitely be pleased if in your capacity within the SBL textual
criticism seminar if you could convincingly persuade them to give
permission for free and unhindered presentation on the internet. Please
try, and it will save me a LOT of time working with the errors and
formatting of the scanned-in Gregory data.
Maurice A. Robinson, Ph.D. Assoc. Prof./Greek and New Testament
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Wake Forest, North Carolina
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