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Re: [textualcriticism] Conjectures

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  • Tommy Wasserman
    Jan Krans wrote: And yes, conjectures have been confirmed by subsequent manuscript findings time and again. Another example from Jude and P72: Hort
    Message 1 of 10 , Apr 24, 2005
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      Jan Krans wrote:

      >And yes, conjectures have been 'confirmed' by >subsequent manuscript 
      >findings time and again.

      Another example from Jude and P72:

      Hort conjectured pantas in Jude 5 to have some claim to originality (see the appendix with notes on selected readings in vol. 1 of Introduction to the New Testament in the Original Greek, p. 106). At Hort's time the reading was known from MSS in the philoxenian Syriac, but eventually turned up in P72 (published in 1959).

      Sakae Kubo prefers the reading of P72 in "P72 and the Codex Vaticanus" (SD 27; Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1965), 141.

      Tommy Wasserman
      Centre for Theology and Religious Studies
      Lund University
      Sweden

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