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Das heilige Evangelium des Iohannes, syrisch, in Harklensischer Uebersetzung

Mit Vocalen und den Puncten Kuschoi und Rucoch


This volume presents a meticulously detailed edition of the Gospel of John in the Harklean version of the Syriac New Testament according to a Vatican manuscript. Bernstein provides both a lengthy introduction and several pages of critical notes.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-995-5
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Jul 12,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 132
Languages: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-995-5
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Produced in the early seventh century near Alexandria, the Harklean version is the last in a line of Syriac New Testament versions (or parts thereof). This volume presents a meticulously detailed edition of the Gospel of John in the Harklean version according to Vatican Syriac Manuscript 271. The Syriac text is fully marked with vowels and other diacritical marks. Bernstein provides a lengthy introduction in which he discusses these vowels and other orthographic data from the manuscript. Several pages of critical remarks to the Syriac text, which touch on both other Syriac manuscripts and the Greek text are also included. This volume will be of definite interest to biblical scholars conversant Syriac and other scholars of the Syriac language.

Produced in the early seventh century near Alexandria, the Harklean version is the last in a line of Syriac New Testament versions (or parts thereof). This volume presents a meticulously detailed edition of the Gospel of John in the Harklean version according to Vatican Syriac Manuscript 271. The Syriac text is fully marked with vowels and other diacritical marks. Bernstein provides a lengthy introduction in which he discusses these vowels and other orthographic data from the manuscript. Several pages of critical remarks to the Syriac text, which touch on both other Syriac manuscripts and the Greek text are also included. This volume will be of definite interest to biblical scholars conversant Syriac and other scholars of the Syriac language.

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Georg HeinrichBernstein

  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • Vorbericht (page 7)
  • Kritische Anmerkungen (page 35)
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