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Les Divisions Du Texte De L'Épître De Jacques Dans B (03) Du Nouveau Testament (Vatic. Gr. 1209)

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The divisions of the text in the Greek manuscripts of the New Testament are a popular area of research. This lack of interest is certainly due, and in many ways, but one can regret it. On the occasion indeed, a comparative study of these divisions may reveal some minor sectors of the manuscript tradition, which, parallel or not to text streams, relevant to the history of this tradition. On the other hand these benchmarks that articulate the text have certainly been introduced to facilitate its reading and use and this side too, so they can, on occasion, be revealing. For various reasons, this study should be limited. It covers only the Catholic epistles and more specifically on Jacques. On the other hand, it focuses on B (03), Vatican Greek 1209; this manuscript, usually located around 350, is the oldest purpose of those who retain the full text of this epistle.

Keywords: Greek manuscripts; Jacques; New Testament; Catholic epistles; Vatican Greek

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