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    Question Codex Bezae

    Can anyone with great familiarity of French comment on this link: http://www.dammarilys.com/cb/lk/1_a.html

    It looks like it has the entirety of Codex Bezae. Is this taken from any copyrighted source? If not, this could easily be integrated into BW for those who like to do hands on text crit work. (granted it's not a facsimile of the manuscript, but still, a major step up)
    Michael Hanel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel
    ...this could easily be integrated into BW for those who like to do hands on text crit work. (granted it's not a facsimile of the manuscript, but still, a major step up)
    You might want to check with the BW folks. I was going to provide the text of Codex Vaticanus and Sinaiticus (I have collated them both and thus have much of their text tyed in, albeit scattedred throughout many places), but I was told that when the Swanson module is complete, BW might be able to write an algorithm to automatically produce the text of B, so I suspect the same could be done with Aleph and D.

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    Sounds like fun
    Michael Hanel
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    MA Classics Washington University
    Unofficial BibleWorks Blog
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