Looking at Scribal Practices in the Endings of Mark 16

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Title
Looking at Scribal Practices in the Endings of Mark 16
Journal
Henoch
Author(s)
Clivaz Claire
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
42
Number
2
Pages
373-387
Language
english
Abstract
Building upon a five years research SNSF grant on digital methodology and Mark 16, this article highlights scribal practices in New Testament textual criticism by focusing on the test-case of endings in Mark’s Gospel, pointing to a specific tradition of the so-called shorter ending in Latin Codex Bobbiensis or G. vii.15. This tradition differs from the usual Greek shorter ending. Section 2 first argues that contemporaneous scribal practices still exist in Greek NT scholarship, whereas Section 3 presents nine cases of scribal practices in Mark 16 – seven Greek NT manuscripts (Gregory-Aland 083, 099, 019, 044, 1, 304 and 579, in chronological order), one Latin NT manuscript (codex k), and the Harklean Syriac version of Mark.
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Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / Careers / PR00P1_179755
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