Re: Minuscule 88
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "james_snapp_jr" wrote:
<< Minuscule 88 is an intriguing witness and merits closer study.
In the Journal of Biblical Literature, in 1959 (Vol. 78, No. 3), there is an article by Harold S. Murphy, "On the Text of Codices H and 93." Murphy identifies 93 as Naples II A 7, which means that the MS that he calls 93 is what is known in the Gregory-Aland numbering-system as 88.
88 has a colophon similar to a colophon found in Codex H, stating that it was collated with (or checked against) the copy at Caesarea in the library of the holy Pamphilus which was written in his own hand.<<
Another intriguing similarity with H is that there are only two Greek NT manuscripts with the coronis dialog as a colophon (it's also found as a preface to GA#773): H and 88.