Re: [textualcriticism] Help: GNT MSS in Biblioteca Casanatense
Just take a look your own post at your weblog: Ulrich Schmid listed them in the comments. He actually wrote:
Ms 165 = GA 395
Ms 715 = GA 853
Ms 1298 = GA 1987
Ms 1395 = GA 1840
GA 395 (12 th c.) seems to be the most interesting, since it is a palimpsest. 395 to be sure is the "Obertext". What has been written underneath is unknown according to the Kurzgefasste Liste. There is a chance to uncover a new ms, though likely not biblical. But anyway, have a try Tommy!
Tommy Wasserman schreef:
I am currently in Rome, but for understandable reasons did not bring my Kurzgefasste Liste. Now a librarian at the Biblioteca Casanatense just a few hundred meters from the SBL conference here (Pontificial Biblical Institute) has agreed to show us some MSS, but the problem is that I don't know what they are supposed to have. She mentioned MS 165, but could not find any other when she browsed the catalogue. Aren't there more? Can someone please check this up as soon as possible, and I would be very grateful (I need to tell the librarian so they can have the MSS ready for us to look at tomorrow).
Read more about the SBL Int. Meeting on the ETC blog (evangelicaltextual criticism. blogspot. com).
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From: James Snapp, Jr. [voxverax@yahoo. com]
Sent: 2/7/2009 8:17:05 AM
To: textualcriticism@ yahoogroups. com
Subject: [textualcriticism] Re: Coptic Encomium Attributed to Chrysostom
Thanks. Is there anything else in the text that indicates non-Chrysostomness? The "time" in "Before our time" might be intended to mean nothing more than a particular time when the text was preached.
As you say, the Cyril could be Cyril of Jerusalem. Chrysostom could express respect for Theophilus out of respect for the office, and there's no reason to suppose that Innocent only began to write when he began his bishopric.
Could the phrase "That is to say, Athanasius, and Theophilus, and Cyril, and Innocent,"" be a (slightly) later insertion?
If this text is not the work of Chrysostom, by whom and where is it supposed to have been composed?
Yours in Christ,
James Snapp, Jr.
>>> A.C.: The passage at the beginning
<QUOTE>And moreover, our holy fathers, the God-bearing (i. e. inspired) Bishops who have lived before our time, that is to say Athanasius, and Theophilus, and Cyril, and Innocent, have declared many of thine exalted words, O John the Baptist, O thou than
whom among those born of women, none hath arisen who
Seems to point to an author subsequent to John Chrysostom.
This would be certain if the Cyril mentioned is Cyril of Alexandria, but it is possible though unlikely that Cyril of Jerusalem is meant. In any case it seems unlikely that Chrysostom would refer to Theophilus, his opponent, in such flattering terms, or refer to Innocent, (presumably of Rome appointed 401) as a Bishop who lived before his time.
Andrew Criddle <<<
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- Thanks Robert and Jan,
amazing that I already had the information on my own blog before I sent out the question, sorry for that. Apparently Ulrich saw it coming.
From: David Robert Palmer [watutman@...]
Sent: 2/7/2009 6:27:43 PM
Subject: Re: [textualcriticism] Help: GNT MSS in Biblioteca Casanatense
Mss. at Biblioteca Casanatense, acc. to Kurzg. Lisste:165 = 395715 = 8531298 = 19871395 = 1840
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