Q re. Two K K Uncial manuscripts
I'm looking at the NA28th ed. textual apparatus. I'm trying to figure out what this "K" uncial manuscript is.
For example, Mat 18:26 lists two seperate K manuscripts (mss) supporting the addition: κυριε
Perhaps the first K manuscript is most likely a.k.a. 017 Cyprius from 9th century. But what is the second K?
Curiously the NA27 ed. has the uncial "L" supporting κυριε, but in the NA28th apparatus at this passage "L" is not listed.
Now in cases where one K supports one reading, while the other K supports a different reading, how do I know which K is which? This happens at the end of v.26.
Re: Q re Two K K uncial mss
I am not sure I am seeing anything like what you are seeing. I don't have NA 28, but what you describe in 27 does not look like what I have. It would make no sense to have two K manuscript here. Codex Cyprius Ke has the gospels but Kap Mosquensis only has Acts and Paul. But I don't see K referenced here. There is reference to two different hands in Aleph א (The Hebrew character is used as the sigla for Codex Sinaiticus). And if you have the manuscript images installed you will in fact see that Κύριε is abbreviated by kappa epsilon ( Κ̅Ε̅ ) with a line above the two letters. But it is attested in the primary hand and I am assuming that the bar was added by the second hand. But NT criticism is not my specialty. I don't know if this will make sense to you, but I hope it helps.
printed editions look correct
Looking at sample pages from the printed NA28 I see they show uncial L in the gospels. They have it right.
(cf. Sample Pages at bottom)