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Der Text des koptischen Psalters aus al-Mudil : ein Beitrag zur Textgeschichte der Septuaginta und zur Textkritik koptischer Bibelhandschriften, mit der kritischen Neuausgabe des Papyrus 37 der British Library London (U) und des Papyrus 39 der Leipziger Universitätsbibliothek (2013) / Gregor Emmenegger.

Emmenegger, Gregor. (Author). British Library. Papyrus 37. Manuscript. (Added Author). Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig. P. Lips. 39. Manuscript. (Added Author).
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Subject: Mudil-Kodex.
Bible. Psalms. Coptic > Versions > Mudil-Kodex.
Bible. Psalms. Greek > Versions > Septuagint.
Bible. Old Testament. Greek > Versions > Septuagint.
Bible. Old Testament. Greek > Versions > Septuagint > Criticism, Textual.
Bible. Psalms > Criticism, Textual.
Bible. Psalms > Manuscripts, Coptic.
Bible. Psalms > Manuscripts, Greek.
Bible. Psalms > Manuscripts (Papyri)
Bible > Manuscripts, Coptic.
Bible. A.T. Psaumes. Copte > Versions > Mudil-Kodex.
Bible. A.T. Psaumes. Grec > Versions > Septante.
Bible. A.T. Grec > Versions > Septante.
Bible. A.T. Grec > Versions > Septante > Critique textuelle.
Bible. A.T. Psaumes > Critique textuelle.
Bible. A.T. Psaumes > Manuscrits coptes.
Bible. A.T. Psaumes > Manuscrits grecs.
Bible. A.T. Psaumes > Papyrus.
Bible > Manuscrits coptes.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9783110200805
  • ISBN: 3110200805
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxviii, 391 pages) : illustrations, 1 map.
  • Publisher: Berlin ; Walter de Gruyter, ©2007.

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General Note: Appendices comprise the critically edited Greek text of two papyrus fragments containing portions of the Book of Psalms.
Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Université de Fribourg, 2005.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-383 and index.
Summary: The Mudil Codex from the late 4th century contains the Biblical Psalms in Coptic. However, the text differs significantly from familiar versions of the Psalms, giving rise to the question of whether we are dealing with an original form of the text. The comprehensive analysis presented here demonstrates the tradition in which this fascinating text is located, how it arose, and what significance it has for research into the Psalms generally and the Coptic Bible manuscripts in particular.
Source of Description Note: Print version record.
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