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This section of the book The Didache in Context: Essays on Its Text, History and Transmission presents two plates: Plate l British Library Oriental Manuscript 9271 (recto). Published through the courtesy of the British Library of the London, England, and Plate 2 British Library Oriental Manuscript 9271 (verso). Published through the courtesy of the British Library of London, England. The book provides a frame of reference for the academic study of the Didache and its role within early Christianity. The book is divided into two primary sections. The first section contains essays which focus primarily upon the question of the actual text of the Didache in whatever facet may have caught the interest of the volume contributor. The second section contains essays which focus primarily upon the issues of authorship, date, audience, textual transmission, which typically are asked of any early Christian text.

Keywords: Christianity; Didache

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