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@JonEricson @Dɑvïd When you migrate stuff between sites only the most recent revision comes across. Also deleted posts get left behind.
 
 
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@Caleb Always more to learn. :) Thanks! @JonEricson Link duly (and sensibly) updated. (I had wondered if it was another Meta.BHSE Q&A you had in mind; my first impulse was to check tags on main!)
 
 
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@Dɑvïd Seems like my question is probably addressed in there, and my library's got it, but I can't find so much as a table of contents by which to request the relevant section(s). I may actually have to make my way into the stacks... (I actually did this in the theological library once recently, and I was completely overwhelmed by all the things I need to read.)
Meanwhile, any idea how Sinaiticus ended up with a Hebrew letter? I don't have a critical LXX, but it's the only Hebrew letter included among the manuscripts in my GNT.
Seems like it must go back to Tischendorf, though his Wikipedia page makes no mention.
> Textual disputes are resolved when the two oldest books, Codex Sinaiticus (source aleph, 4th AD) and Codex Vaticanus (source beta, 4th AD), agree with each other.
Ha!
 
 
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and on which see Rahlfs' handy comparison of systems, and his account of the Sinaiticus bits, pp. 226-229. HTH!
 
 
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@Dɑvïd There is a novel in Spanish that is based on the Codex Sianiticus. FWIW!
 

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