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A New Edition of Codex I (016)


The Washington Pauline Manuscript


Nearly a century has passed since Henry A. Sanders first published his editio princeps of the Washington Manuscript of the Epistles of Paul (Codex I or GA 016). Within that time, it has received very little scholarly attention. This new edition provides a fresh, conservative transcription based on two new image sets.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-4054-7
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Publication Status: Forthcoming

Series: Texts and Studies 20
Publication Date: Jul 18,2019
Interior Color: Black with Color Inserts
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 185
Languages: English, Greek
ISBN: 978-1-4632-4054-7
$125.00
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Nearly a century has passed since Henry A. Sanders first published his editio princeps of the Washington Manuscript of the Epistles of Paul (Codex I or GA 016). Within that time, it has received very little scholarly attention. This new edition provides a fresh, conservative transcription based on two new image sets. It additionally provides comprehensive lists of variants between Codex I, Nestle-Aland 28, and Robinson Pierpont (a text that is representative of the Byzantine text of the Greek New Testament). The new edition also provides valuable data surrounding the manuscript’s provenance, character, scribal habits, textual affiliation, and substantive variants. Several corrections to Sanders are offered, and the new transcription shows the effects of nearly a century of decay upon the manuscript. This work seeks both to update Sanders and to provide valuable data that will make the text of Codex I more readily accessible for future inquiry.

Nearly a century has passed since Henry A. Sanders first published his editio princeps of the Washington Manuscript of the Epistles of Paul (Codex I or GA 016). Within that time, it has received very little scholarly attention. This new edition provides a fresh, conservative transcription based on two new image sets. It additionally provides comprehensive lists of variants between Codex I, Nestle-Aland 28, and Robinson Pierpont (a text that is representative of the Byzantine text of the Greek New Testament). The new edition also provides valuable data surrounding the manuscript’s provenance, character, scribal habits, textual affiliation, and substantive variants. Several corrections to Sanders are offered, and the new transcription shows the effects of nearly a century of decay upon the manuscript. This work seeks both to update Sanders and to provide valuable data that will make the text of Codex I more readily accessible for future inquiry.

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Contributor Biography

Justin Soderquist

Justin J. Soderquist completed a BA in Classical Studies at Brigham Young University and an MA in Biblical Studies at Trinity Western University. He is a two-time recipient of the Nibley Fellowship from the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at Brigham Young University.

Thomas Wayment

Thomas A. Wayment is professor of classical studies at Brigham Young University. He completed his Ph.D. at the Claremont Graduate School (2000), and authored Christian Oxyrhynchus: Texts, Documents, and Sources (Baylor University Press, 2015) with Lincoln Blumell.