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RE: [textualcriticism] A Sahidic Lectionary Fragment with Mk 16 16-18

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  • Wieland Willker
    Here s a translation of the part in question of p. 971: The smaller fragment, the bottom part of a page, is probably a fragment of a lectionary. This was
    Message 1 of 2 , May 10, 2011
      Here's a translation of the part in question of p. 971:

      "The smaller fragment, the bottom part of a page, is
      probably a fragment of a lectionary. This was possibly
      originally composed in one and two columns (mixed), because
      only with the assumption that the Mk lesson begins somewhere
      in the middle of the page, below a Psalms lesson in single
      column, can explain the small amount of text that is missing
      between the two columns."

      So their idea is:

      PSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMS
      PSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMS
      PSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMSPSALMS
      -----------������-------------
      Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16 --- Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16
      Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16 --- Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16
      Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16 --- Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16
      Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16 --- Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16
      Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16 --- Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16
      Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16 --- Mk16Mk16Mk16Mk16

      I don't know, why they propose a single column Psalms
      lesson. Perhaps this is similar to other lectionaries?

      If the bottom of the page is present, one could at least
      roughly calculate where the Mk lesson began.



      Best wishes
      Wieland
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