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Beobachtungen Zur Überlieferung Der Paulus-Ausgabe Des Peregrinus

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Bible texts in manuscripts usually mixed with non-biblical pieces NNR fragments of a biblical corpus or book on supply, understandably run the risk of being less attention. In three different Spanish Bible types of the 7th century found the Peregrinus output input as their later representatives of Cavensis (C), the manuscripts of the Toletanus- (2J) and the Cardena-type (A), respectively. This chapter discusses the manuscripts whose texts and decoration for comparison with Wolfenbüttel (Y), are used, the use of Sigel Vetus Latina Edition. In St. Gallen St. Paul's text remains dominant for several centuries, which emerged in the early 9th century from the critical effort to summarize the various traditions branches to the signal transmitted by a relative of Y Peregrinus heritage with the Italian text Winithars and readings from expenditure Theodulf and Alcuin by Abbey Library 75 (CLA VII 904) merged.

Keywords: Bible texts; Paul; Peregrinus heritage; Wolfenbüttel (Y)

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