Manuscripts Read

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Minuscule 81 - Text
... It is one of the most important of all minuscule manuscripts ... It was only one minuscule manuscript examined by Constantin von Tischendorf ... In Acts 1610 it reads θεος along with P74, Sinaiticus, Alexandrinus, Vaticanus, Ephraemi, E, 044, 33, 181, 326, 630, 945, 1739, ar, e, l, vg, copbo ...
Codex Alexandrinus - Textual Features
... According to Streeter, it is the earliest Greek manuscript which gives us approximately the text of Lucian the Martyr, but a small proportion of the readings seem to ... of the Old Testament, it has the best text of all manuscripts ... Old Testament In Genesis 525 it reads ΚΑΙ ΕΖΗΣΕΝ ΜΑΘΟΥΣΑΛΑ ΕΚΑΤΟΝ ΚΑΙ ΟΓΔΟΗΚΟΝΤΑ (eighty) ΕΠΤΑ ΕΤΗ, Vaticanus reads ...
Codex Athous Lavrensis - Text
... This omission is typical for the manuscripts of the Caesarean text-type ... The other manuscripts read γραψαντης δια χειρος αυτων — 45, 74, א*, A, B, copbo γραψαντης δια χειρος αυτων ταδε — אc, E, (33), Byz, syrh ... In Acts 1826 it reads την του θεου οδον along with P, 049, 0142, 104, 330, 451, 1241, 1877, 2127, 2492, Byz, Lect Acts 2015 it has singular readings ...
Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus - Text - Some Other Textual Variants
... Matthew 2210 – γαμος ] αγαμος some manuscripts read νυμφων (codices א, B, L, 0138, 892, 1010) 1 Corinthians 21 – μαρτυριον (testimony) ] μυστηριον (secret) the reading is ... Other manuscripts read or τη προσευχη και νηστεια (prayer and fasting) ... James 112 – ο κυριος (the Lord) ] κυριος (Lord) some manuscripts have ο θεος (God) (4, 33, 2816vid, 323, 945, 1739, vg, syrp), others omit this word (א, A, B, Ψ, 81, ff, co) ...

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