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Appendix D. Eusebian Apparatus Data

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This appendix presents Eusebian apparatus data that occur in the book A Study of the Gospels in Codex Alexandrinus. The collected data for the analysis of the Eusebian Apparatus are recorded in the tables, separated according to Gospel. Numbers that are missing are indicated by "-" while numbers that cannot be read clearly are indicated by ". ". Where number pair positions or canon number values in Alexandrinus vary from NA, the variations are bolded. In the Gospels, Alexandrinus stands at the headwaters of the Byzantine text type and contains the earliest extant example of the Old Greek chaptering system. It is one of the three oldest complete Greek Bibles (including the fourth-century codices Codex Vaticanus and Codex Sinaiticus) and is a primary witness to the biblical texts.

Keywords: biblical texts; Codex Alexandrinus; Codex Sinaiticus; Codex Vaticanus; Eusebian apparatus data; Gospel

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