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Manuscripts Of The Book Of Revelation Collated by H.C. Hoskier

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Those who work on the text of the Book of Revelation often have recourse to the valuable apparatus compiled by H.C. Hoskier. The numbers he assigned to the different Greek manuscripts he collated or cited are to a large extent, but not entirely, the same as those used by Tischendorf in his eighth edition or referred to in the Prolegomena. This chapter contains two parts. In first part two tables are presented. The first table gives the conversion from Hoskier to Gregory, and the second gives the conversion from Gregory to Hoskier, which is of special help if one wishes to make use of Hoskiers valuable remarks about each manuscript in his first volume, or the generally accurate collations in his second volume. In part two, the conversions for those cursives where the Hoskier number differs from that found in Tischendorfs eighth edition are outlined.

Keywords: Book of Revelation; Greek manuscripts; Gregory system; H.C. Hoskier; Tischendorf



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