Excerpt from Historical and Linguistic Studies in Literature Related to the New Testament, Vol. 2: Issued Under the Direction of the Department of New Testament and Early Christian Literature; Greek Gospel Texts in America
The transposition of the first and second vowels of K... npv'o-croy does not appear in the subscription as found by Professor Harris. In response to an inquiry, Professor Harris has very kindly sent me a copy of the subscription as he found it in another manuscript, Cod. Mon. 518 (ev. Here, too, there are but four lines, and these agree with the first four of our subscription, save that the Munich codex has e'3c'3aécv for 3868110c. A similar subscription of four hexameters accompanies Matthew's gospel in both these manuscripts. These facts suggest that the fifth line in our codex is an accretion, and this suggestion is con firmed by the form in which our five lines appear in a fourth manu script, the Haskell gospels, a large codex of about the year 1500, purchased in 1895 by the University Of Chicago. In collating this recently, I observed the four-line subscriptions after Matthew and Mark; but after the Mark subscription is an elaborate pause, and then the following sentence written twice.
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