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The Marc Multilingue Project

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Among the many presentations of the Gospel text of the New Testament, be they synopses of the Greek, facsimile transcripts of a particular manuscript, an edited critical edition or horizontally printed lines of text from particular manuscripts, nothing so far published enables the historian of the text to have an objective presentation of all of the earliest materials. The Marc multilingue project sets out to serve such a need. This chapter attempts to describe the aims and methods of a project-in- progress. The Marc multilingue project was set up a few years ago to satisfy the needs of New Testament textual critics who require and may benefit from a visual presentation of the earliest surviving forms of the New Testament text as we have these in extant manuscripts. This means that the readings of the earliest witnesses to Mark must be set out in full throughout the Gospel.

Keywords: Greek; Marc multilingue; New Testament



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