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Re: [textualcriticism] Fw: [Apparatus_Criticus] UBS5? and NA28?

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  • Bob Relyea
    Responses inline.... ... I don t know what the state of NS28/UBS5 is. I think it s working toward an online distribution. I know that Munster is working
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 22, 2009
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      Responses inline....


      Chris Weimer wrote:
      Hey guys,
      
      This popped up in my TC group, and thought it may get some answers here 
      since this is where the Biblicalists hang out. Anyone is free to join and 
      inform my group as well.
      
      Thanks in advance,
      
      Chris Weimer
      SFSU
      
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      From: <jkohut3@...>
      Sent: Friday, June 19, 2009 6:49 PM
      To: <Apparatus_Criticus@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: [Apparatus_Criticus] UBS5? and NA28?
      
        
      Hello Everyone,
      
           Can anyone tell me if they have heard about any progress they are 
      making toward producing the Greek New Testament UBS5 or the NA28 ?
      
           Also, does anyone have any details about the "virtual re-unification 
      of all extant leaves of Codex Sinaiticus" in July and/or its updated 
      website?
          
      I don't know what the state of NS28/UBS5 is. I think it's working toward an online distribution. I know that Munster is working together with the University of Birmingham to experiment with on-line unline publishing as well as sharing electronic resources (http://arts-itsee.bham.ac.uk/vmrsite/). The U of B has publish an addition of John based on all the available Uncials (http://www.iohannes.com/). It's really an apparatus type release as the text is simply and 'average' text of all the witnesses (not a critical text).

      I do know that the Sinaiticus project is sponsoring a mini-Conference on July 6 and 7 in the British Library to present papers about their experience (including papers on the updated history).: http://www.codexsinaiticus.org/en/project/conference.aspx Which probably indicates the online sinaiticus should go live sometime in that time frame.

      bob

           Thank you.
                John Kohut III
      
          
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