Bezae codex cantabrigiensis

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Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener
Deighton, Bell, 1864 - Bible - 453 pages
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Scrivener's 1864 printed reproduction of Codex Bezae, the flagship manuscript of the "Western" text of the Gospels and Acts.
The transcription is extremely accurate, although D. C. Parker made a
smattering of corrections in his more recent study of this manuscript. Parker also proposed a date for Codex D around 400, which makes the lectionary incipits that appear in Codex D especially interesting. 


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