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The Greek of Codex Vaticanus in the Second Gospel and Marcan Greek

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This study seeks to describe in some detail the characteristics of the Greek of ms. B, Vaticanus, in the Gospel of Mark (including features of orthography, vocabulary, morphology, and syntax) and then to compare them to the characteristics of the Greek of that gospel, as determined on the basis of a much greater range of ms. evidence. It finds that the relationship between ms. B's characteristics and those of Mark is complex; the two are largely but not completely congruent. Of special interest is the fact that the Greek of both exhibits a great "shift" in the latter half of the book; from chapter 8 onward it is more "Hellenic," new linguistic patterns emerge, and inconsistencies of usage begin to make a strong appearance.


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