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Appendix II

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This appendix of the book Survey of Manuscripts Used in Editions of the Greek New Testament attempts to plot which edition of the Greek New Testament used which Old Latin mss. In order to test which Old Latin mss. are used, the Greek apparatus to each edition has been searched and this yielded some surprising results. It is not sufficient to accept the introductory list of mss. found in each edition as definitive. In addition to the Greek texts, the author also included columns for the major Latin editions of the New Testament that give prominence to Old Latin mss. As well as monitoring the accuracy of the introductory lists of Old Latin mss. in the printed editions of the Greek testaments, the book is intended to show which editions make fullest use of Old Latin mss.

Keywords: Greek New Testament; Greek texts; Old Latin mss.

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