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A Study of Codex Bezae
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A Study of Codex Bezae


Cambridge University Press 1891

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The Codex Bezae is a fifth-century text that was handwritten on vellum. It collects, in both Greek and Latin, most of the four Gospels, the book of Acts, and a small fragment of the John 3. In this study, J. Rendel Harris examines the Codex Bezae in an attempt to solve “textual enigmas which recur so constantly in its pages.” He provides a life-history of the text and criticism of both it and its usage in New Testament scholarship.

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J. Rendel Harris was a former fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, and a professor of biblical languages in Haverford College, Pennsylvania.

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