Copying Early Christian Texts: A study of scribal practice
Mohr Siebeck, 2016 M07 19 - 578 páginas
It is widely believed that the early Christians copied their texts themselves without a great deal of expertise, and that some copyists introduced changes to support their theological beliefs. In this volume, however, Alan Mugridge examines all of the extant Greek papyri bearing Christian literature up to the end of the 4th century, as well as several comparative groups of papyri, and concludes that, on the whole, Christian texts, like most literary texts in the Roman world, were copied by trained scribes. Professional Christian scribes probably became more common after the time of Constantine, but this study suggests that in the early centuries the copyists of Christian texts in Greek were normally trained scribes, Christian or not, who reproduced those texts as part of their trade and, while they made mistakes, copied them as accurately as any other texts they were called upon to copy.
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The papyri and their handwriting
Writers and writing in the Roman Imperial period
The writers and writing of the papyri
Content material form and size
Lines per column
Copyists and faith
Aegyptus Amulet APIS Apocrypha Barrett Bibl biblical uncial bilinear black ink Blumell calligraphic CH/LoM CH/UM Chester Beatty Library Christian Oxyrhynchus Christian papyri Christian texts Codex Sinaiticus Codex Vaticanus codices column Cont contained the whole copied Coptic copyist CPVI CSAD CSNTM cursive elements Desc Early Christian Egypt Fragment of papyrus Gospel Greek hand categories handwriting categories indicate the hand INTF Jaroš Jewish LDAB leaf letter formation lines of writing magical makron manuscripts margins Neue Testament nomen sacrum nomina sacra NTApocrypha ÖNV Oxford Oxyrhynchus P.Oxy PapCongr Papyrology Papyrology Rooms papyrus codex Parch parchment codex Plate POxy probably originally contained ProV Psalm Publ Rahlfs Römer Sackler Library sacrum scribal straight lines trained scribe writing Treu triliteral uncial unpractised writer unskilled writers upright uncial variation in letter vBTR verso Verzeichnis VHTR Wayment Website whTR writing with skill written in black