By Thomas J. Kraus
After a normal advent Thomas J. Kraus issues out the price of assessing unique manuscripts for a profound wisdom of early Christianity. this can be performed with assistance from seventeen of his essays formerly released in different journals or books now translated into English, enlarged by means of the present established order of analysis, and set in a logical series.
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G 39777 with verses from Psalms 68 and 80 according to Symmachus and with the Tetragrammaton in Old Hebrew letters)7 in front of me on the desk. When I Àrst turned one of the items over by opening the two glass shields and handling the two sheets of paper that contained the papyrus, my hands trembled and I feared I would destroy an irretrievable archaeological artifact. I soon got used to dealing with the items conÀdently and safely. But at that very Àrst physical contact I suddenly realized what I failed to notice while reading books about papyrology and palaeography and while looking at the plates of papyri in them: the writing is actually the handwriting of somebody who really lived once, who copied a literary 2 In principle, these were van Haelst, Catalogue; Aland, Reptertorium I; idem, Kurzgefasste List der griechischen Handschriften.
Weber, 1911). ——, ‘Papyruskunde’, in: A. Gercke/E. ), Einleitung in die Altertumswissenschaft. I. Bd. (Leipzig-Berlin: Beck, 31927). , Paläographie der griechischen Papyri I–II (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann 1967– 1970). , Schriftkultur. Eine Geschichte des Schreibens und Lesens (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2006). , A Handbook of Greek and Latin Palaeography (London: Kegan Paul, 2 1894). ——, An Introduction to Greek and Latin Palaeography (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1912). , Skriptorium.
Greek Papyri. An Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 21980). , Initiation à la critique textuelle du Nouveau Testament (Paris: Cerf, 1986 ). , Short Manual of Greek Palaeography (Leiden: A. Sijthoff, 31963). , Catalogue des papyrus littéraires juifs et chrétiens (Université de Paris IV ParisSorbonne. Série «Papyrologie» 1; Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1976). , Anleitung zur griechischen Palaeographie (Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1895). ’: SOME REMARKS ABOUT THE SIGNIFICANCE OF WRITING MATERIAL WHEN ASSESSING MANUSCRIPTS* Recently there have been a growing number of people who explicitly point out that the artifact with writing on both pages that was excavated in today’s Behnesa (in Middle-Egypt) in 1905—better known under its ancient name Oxyrhynchos—and edited by Bernard P.
Ad Fontes. Original Manuscripts and Their Significance for Studying Early Christianity. Selected Essays by Thomas J. Kraus