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Codex Schøyen 2650: A Middle Egyptian Coptic Witness to the Early Greek Text of Matthew's Gospel

A Study in Translation Theory, Indigenous Coptic, and New Testament Textual Criticism

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James M. Leonard analyzes the very important early Coptic manuscript of Matthew’s Gospel, Codex Schøyen. Through a careful translational analysis, he shows how its close alliance with Vaticanus and Sinaiticus helps identify an earlier text form which they mutually reflect.

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