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L' Acquisition De La Double Tradition Dans D, Postérieure à Celle De La Triple Tradition

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According to the hypothesis of L. Vaganay, the two traditions came into contact at the time of the formation of Aramaic Matthew, source of synoptics. Two arguments demonstrate the chronological priority of the triple tradition on the double tradition: It is clear that in C we can take a series of common pericopes where the three evangelists follow the same ordinance. Another argument: the superposition of two traditions to Matthew, in Part D. We noticed, besides, that Matthew tends, in detail, to build in a single unit the sources of different origin, while keeping the particular ordinance to the sources. By the fact that these two traditions are superimposed, in the same place, in Matthew, it must be agreed that one of the traditions preceded the other. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Aramaic Matthew; common pericopes; evangelists; L. Vaganay's hypothesis; particular ordinance; synoptics; triple tradition



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