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This section of this book Scribal Habits in Early Greek New Testament Papyri contains biblical citations. These include: Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament, and Apocrypha / Septuagint. The book shows that one of the crucial principles of Hort's masterly survey of the materials, methodology, and results of New Testament textual criticism is: "Knowledge of documents should precede final judgement upon readings." The dominant significance of the continuous-text Greek manuscript evidence for the New Testament gives the study of the habits of the scribes of these manuscripts (and particularly of the major manuscripts) a corresponding prominence.

Keywords: continuous-text Greek manuscript; New Testament; textual criticism



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