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The Detroit Manuscripts of the Septuagint and New Testament
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Notes and References
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This reference contains 2 citations:
- Homerische Textkritik, 454-58
- Palaeographical Society Facsimiles, Series II, Plate 3
2Ancient Coptic Churches of Egypt, Vol. I, pp. 315, 316, 333.
3This reference contains 2 citations:
- Amherst Papyri, Vol. I, p. 3, and Plates IV, V, VI.
- Plates IV, V, VI.
5Westcott and Hort, The New Testament in Greek, Vol. II, p. 165.
6Ibid., pp. I23, I24.
7Scrivener's Collation of New Testament Manuscripts, where two of Theo- dorus' copies are collated. They do not read L7-Oov in Matt. 1: 18
9J. Mill, New Testament, p. 115.
10Most MSS read substantia.
11II Esdras 10: 13, [Unrepresented Characters]