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Comma Johanneum - Origins - Addition Theories (verse Spurious)
... Those who believe the Johannine Comma is inauthentic view the text as either an accidental intrusion, which could be a margin commentary note that a later scribe mistakenly ... of this supposed interpolation in the Sacred text." Drummond quoted Erasmus more moderately than Armfield ... had been added in to the Johannine text by the Arians About the Grotius view, Richard Simon wrote ".. ...
Ogham Inscription - Orthodox Inscriptions - England, Isle of Man, Scotland
... ID Text Translation / Personal names Location Notes CIIC 466 ᚛ᚔᚌᚓᚅᚐᚃᚔ ᚋᚓᚋᚑᚏ᚜ IGENAVI MEMOR Lewannick, Cornwall CISP LWNCK/1 Latin text "INGENVI MEMORIA" CIIC 467 ... CISP FARDL/1 A block of granite, Latin "IVSTI" in a cartouche CIIC 489 ᚛ᚄᚃᚐᚊᚊᚒᚉᚔ ᚋᚐᚊᚔ ᚊᚔᚉᚔ᚜ SVAQQUCI MAQI QICI " of Safaqqucus, son ...
Cobbe Portrait - Latin Text
... The portrait includes the Latin legend Principum amicitias! ("The Friendships of Princes!") painted above the sitter's head ... Latin English translation Motum ex Metello consule ciuicum bellique causas et uitia et modos ludumque Fortunae grauisque principum amicitias et arma nondum expiatis uncta cruoribus, periculosae plenum opus ...
Codex Boernerianus - Text
... The Greek text of this codex is a representative of the Western text-type ... just like other manuscripts of the Western text-type (Claromontanus, Augiensis, 88, itd, g, and some manuscripts of Vulgate ... The Latin text has some affinity with Liber Comicus ...
Latin Psalters - Schemata - External Links
... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Illuminated psalters Breviarium Ambrosianum Latin text Psalterium Romanum Latin text Psalterium Gallicanum Latin text Psalterium juxta Hebraicum Latin ...

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