Bezae Codex Cantabrigiensis: Being an Exact Copy, in Ordinary Type, of the Celebrated Uncial Graeco-Latin Manuscript of the Four Gospels and Acts of the Apostles, Written Early in the Sixth Century, and Presented to the University of Cambridge by Theodore Beza, A.D. 1581 (Google eBook)

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Frederick H.A Scrivener
Deighton Bell, 1864 - 453 pages
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Scrivener's line-by-line transcription of the contents of Codex D, the flagship manuscript of the "Western" Text of the Gospels and Acts. D. C. Parker has built upon Scrivener's work, with some improvements, but this remains a convenient resource.

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