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Codex Bezae And The Earliest Greek Papyri

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This chapter investigates the relation of D with all the early papyri and not just with the ones isolated by Kurt Aland. Barbara Aland investigated the origin of the Western text in Acts, not merely the text of Codex Bezae. These articles by Kurt and by Barbara Aland are referred to throughout the chapter. The chapter focuses on Greek papyri that may be dated prior to the likely composition of Bezae.

Keywords: Barbara Aland; Codex Bezae; Greek papyri; Kurt Aland



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