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The standard critical edition of the Syriac Peshitta Gospels that satisfies requirements of scholarly research by its sound philological principles.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-931956-33-2
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Oct 4,2003
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 8.25 x 10.75
Page Count: 649
ISBN: 1-931956-33-2
$144.00
$86.40

The critical edition of the Syriac New Testament upon which the editions of the British and Bible Society and the United Bible Society were based.

"The significance of this Gospel volume for Peshitta research is given by the fact that it is the first (and until the present day the only) edition of the Peshitta Gospels which satisfies requirements of scholarly research by its sound philological principles. The exhaustive presentation of the early textual material, arranged by a simple but conclusive editorial policy, printed in fully vocalized Serta script, and supplemented by a Latin translation (including the apparatus) facing the Syriac text, leaves the reader with the impression of a 'definite' edition of the Peshitta Gospelsà The Pusey/Gwilliam volume proves to be of greater critical value than originally designed by the two editors themselves; it will remain indispensable for research on the Syriac versions of the New Testament." - Andreas Juckel (from the New Introduction).

The critical edition of the Syriac New Testament upon which the editions of the British and Bible Society and the United Bible Society were based.

"The significance of this Gospel volume for Peshitta research is given by the fact that it is the first (and until the present day the only) edition of the Peshitta Gospels which satisfies requirements of scholarly research by its sound philological principles. The exhaustive presentation of the early textual material, arranged by a simple but conclusive editorial policy, printed in fully vocalized Serta script, and supplemented by a Latin translation (including the apparatus) facing the Syriac text, leaves the reader with the impression of a 'definite' edition of the Peshitta Gospelsà The Pusey/Gwilliam volume proves to be of greater critical value than originally designed by the two editors themselves; it will remain indispensable for research on the Syriac versions of the New Testament." - Andreas Juckel (from the New Introduction).

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