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FW: [textualcriticism] The End of Mark, Hippolytus, and ApTrad 36

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  • Jacob Knee
    Many thanks for all that work. The original question was over third century evidence for the Long Ending of Mark, I think. I was just noting that the third
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 20, 2007
      Many thanks for all that work.

      The original question was over third century evidence for the Long Ending of
      Mark, I think. I was just noting that the third century dating of the
      Apostolic Tradition - which very probably does have an allusion to the Long
      Ending - now looks very uncertain.

      Best wishes,
      Jacob Knee

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      Subject: [textualcriticism] The End of Mark, Hippolytus, and ApTrad 36


      [snip]

      So, Jacob, to sum up: the pertinent phrase is in all four
      transmission-streams of "Apostolic Tradition," and it is also
      preserved in two nearly identical Greek manuscripts (from the 13th
      and 15th centuries) of a quotations-collection that was made in the
      eighth century. Jerome (Ep. 71:6) alludes to a statement by
      Hippolytus about daily observance of the Eucharist, and this chapter,
      as preserved in Greek, is capable of fitting that description.

      [snip]
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