By W. Andrew Smith
Codex Alexandrinus is likely one of the 3 earliest surviving complete Greek Bibles and is a vital fifth-century witness to the Christian Scriptures, but no significant research of the codex has been played in over a century. In A research of the Gospels in Codex Alexandrinus W. Andrew Smith offers a clean and highly-detailed exam of the codex and its wealthy number of beneficial properties utilizing codicology, palaeography, and statistical research. one of the highlights of this research, W. Andrew Smith’s paintings overturns the view unmarried scribe was once answerable for copying the canonical books of the hot testomony and demonstrates that the orthographic styles within the Gospels can now not be used to argue for Egyptian provenance of the codex.
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824 leaves total. Kenyon’s estimation assessment varies from this number for two reasons. 15 Second, Kenyon (and all other researchers prior to this investigation) failed to notice 2 of the missing leaves that are only revealed when the quire structure and Arabic folio numeration are taken into consideration; these missing leaves are discussed below. 17 Woide described a portion of the NT (in medio 13 14 15 16 17 Scrivener mistakenly reported there being 639 leaves present in the OT (F. H. , 1875], 52), probably because he used Young’s faulty page numeration (discussed below).
Despite the fact that this account is supported by the likes of F. C. Burkitt and Silva Lake, it faces serious challenges from Kenyon and the inscription that must be from Athanasius II in the early 1300s. Muttis’ story could be true if the patriarchal library acquired Alexandrinus around the year 1300 and then somehow the text was lost or stolen, only to be reacquired from Mount Athos over 300 years later. Because it was a waḳf, it seems highly unlikely that a patriarch of an older era would have given the text away—though Cyril Lucar’s desperate position certainly led him to violate the inscription’s warning.
83 84 85 86 87 Burkitt, “Codex ‘Alexandrinus,’ ” 606. In that list he included the Thecla inscription, the Athanasius inscription, the Arabic page numeration, and these two (“Friday” and “Easter”) notes. Baber only noted that they were added by a later hand (Vetus Testamentum Græcum e Codice MS. Alexandrino, 239). Giovanna Menci, “Abbreviations,” in BNP. Nikolaos Gonis, “Abbreviations and Symbols,” in The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology, ed. Roger S. Bagnall (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), 171.
A Study of the Gospels in Codex Alexandrinus: Codicology, Palaeography, and Scribal Hands (New Testament Tools, Studies and Documents, Volume 48) by W. Andrew Smith