A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Acts of the by C.K. Barrett

By C.K. Barrett

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In Oxford, at the Bodleian Library. Laud. Gr. 35. "A considerable pan of the text has been lost; the MS is in the Archducal Library at Modena. G 196. "'In the Biblioteca Angelica, 39. at Rome. ••In the Public Library, Leningrad. Gr. 225. "'Mount Athos, Laura B'52. INTRODUCTION 7 The text is Byzantine. Parts (often small parts) of Acts are contained also in the following uncials: 048 049 057 066 076 077 093 095 096 097 0120 01400165 01660175 01890236 0244, and in a large number of minuscules. Of these it is unnecessary here to mention more than two.

6, conturbantes; but at Scorp. 15 he has contristatis). Of particular importance however is the material concerning the Apostolic Decree, which Tertullian cites more than once. In Apol. 9, written before Tertullian became a Montanist, the Decree appears in the Old Uncia) form; in Pudic. 12, written in Tertullian's Montanist period, it appears in the Western form; in Monogamia 5 we have an intermediate form. This is pointed out by P. 'g with the suggestion that the Western text may be of Montanist origin.

469-81. 3 is a good place fora 'Shorter Acts' to slop. 3) that, notwithstanding objection. this was a ground for rejoicing. INTRODUCTION 15 Little more will be attempted here than a list of some of the most important patristic witnesses to the text of Acts, arranged in approximately chronological order. Second century Pre-Irenaean Witnesses. Of these there are virtually none. There may be (see below, pp. 34-45) some evidence here that Acts was known before the time of Irenaeus, but it is not such as to yield a precise text.

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