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The Papyri

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There are some thirty-seven papyri to be considered if P63 and P93 are not deemed to be too late. Early uncials not written on papyrus ought to be considered in a thorough investigation into the friends and allies of D text-type. In many of the places where D agrees with the early papyri there is no significance whatsoever in those agreements where D and the papyri agree with the bulk of all other witnesses against a variant which displays a maverick reading of an isolated manuscript. At other times D may agree with the early papyri together with many other manuscripts in a variation unit in which the total number of manuscripts and/or text-types divide.

Keywords: D text-type; early papyri



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