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Jurrie
12-18-2013, 08:29 AM
I use Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus in Bibleworks 9 regularly, but from Matthew 14:14 and onward I find a strange citation: I-016
Which is a manuscript of the Pauline Epistles, and not of Matthew.

The description of the manuscript according to the manuscript list of Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus:
I 016 cod. Petrop. palimps. V. VI.

Does anyone know which manuscript I-016 in Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus in Matthew really is?

Jurrie
12-19-2013, 09:11 AM
I've done some comparison of the contents of uncials of Matthew (on wikipedia).
And found that I-016 in Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus probably represents:

Uncial 067
For: Matthew 14:13-16,19-23; 24:37-25:1.32-45; 26:31-45

Uncial 078
For: Matthew 17:22-18:3,11-19; 19:5-14

(I presume that it is a bug in the compilation of Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus for Bibleworks, and that this issue must be fixed in an updated version.)

Jurrie
12-19-2013, 09:29 AM
I've reported the issue on http://www.bibleworks.com/support.html

Donald Cobb
12-19-2013, 12:15 PM
I've done some comparison of the contents of uncials of Matthew (on wikipedia).



And found that I-016 in Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus probably represents:



Uncial 067

For: Matthew 14:13-16,19-23; 24:37-25:1.32-45; 26:31-45



Uncial 078

For: Matthew 17:22-18:3,11-19; 19:5-14

(I presume that it is a bug in the compilation of Tischendorf's Critical Apparatus for Bibleworks, and that this issue must be fixed in an updated version.)

Hello Jurrie,

Thanks for this information. I saw your previous message but wasn't sure how to respond. It would be nice to check the BW module against a print version. It is very certainly in the public domain, so it can perhaps be found on Archives, or Google books.

I'm wondering if it's not simply another nomenclature. In the 19th century, mss designations were still somewhat fluid, it seems to me. At any rate, I would be a bit surprised (but who knows) if such a large discrepancy were due to a glitch in scanning, etc.

Please keep us updated!

Regards,

Don Cobb
Aix-en-Provence, France

Jurrie
12-20-2013, 10:17 AM
It would be nice to check the BW module against a print version. It is very certainly in the public domain, so it can perhaps be found on Archives, or Google books.

I'm wondering if it's not simply another nomenclature. In the 19th century, mss designations were still somewhat fluid, it seems to me. At any rate, I would be a bit surprised (but who knows) if such a large discrepancy were due to a glitch in scanning, etc.

Please keep us updated!


Hi Don,

It is not a glitch in scanning, if checked an ibook as you suggested, in the mentioned verses I is printed.
Your right that manuscripts designations were somewhat fluid in Tischendorfs time.

Bibleworks automatically links I with 016, but for Tischendorf's apparatus this is not true.
I looked up an Tischendorf conversion table in google.

And found that I in Tischendorf's edition corresponds the following manuscripts:
065, 066, 067, 068, 078, 079, 088, 096, 097
(but never 016)

kind regards,
Jurrie

Jurrie
12-24-2013, 04:43 AM
There are more minor issues linking of Tischendorfs apparatus to manuscript numbers, for example mat 23:7:
where two manuscript citations are merged, without a space between them.

The following citation is given:
GQb036 0107

The citation should be:
G036 Qb0107