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This chapter shows that there are a number of places where many of the early manuscripts support D text-type. Most of these are not significant and do not tell one much about the relationship of the two. In most cases all that is being recorded in the apparatus is that some manuscripts or a group of manuscripts have a different text and that D, an early papyrus and other manuscripts do not support the aberrant text. e.g. 1) P77 at 23:37 with most manuscripts against the word order in C W 0102 Maj.11 2) 11:27 where P62vid P70vid support all manuscripts except N. The parchment majuscule 0171 dated c.300 needs to be considered and highly significant it is too!12 It is extant in Matthew 10:17-23, 25-32.

Keywords: early manuscripts; early papyrus; Matthew



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