Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Paris, BnF, lat. 13069 (17/18 c.) feat. 3 Corinthians copied from 9/10 c. manuscript.… https://t.co/3hz3vq4j8Q
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Mardin, Ch. Forty Martyrs, 101 (15/16 & 19/20 c.) feat. Arab. Gos. Inf. and Inf. Gos. Tho… https://t.co/IEp6cWvm77
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Cairo, Coptic Museum, 6421(I) (15/16 c.) feat. a fragment of Arabic Infancy Gospel.… https://t.co/8Ju8MweyqJ
Tony Burke: Letter of donation by Humfrey Wanley to Bodleian Library for MS used by Henry Sike for his publication of the Arabi… https://t.co/W2j2Puy57n
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: the Bodmer Miscellaneous Codex (4th c.) feat. Prot. Jas., 3 Cor. and Odes Solomon.… https://t.co/cog8QUpK5V
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Monthly Archives: May 2007
Earlier this month April DeConick mentioned on her blog, the Forbidden Gospels, a series of articles from the Expository Times on apocryphal gospels. You can see her original post HERE. I mention this post now because, thanks to April, I … Continue reading
April DeConick of Rice University (and administrator of the Forbidden Gospels blog) has announced a conference on the Tchacos Codex (the codex that features the Gospel of Judas) for March 2008. Read her post HERE.
I have added to my homepage Collating for Dummies, a tongue-in-cheek guide to manuscript research that I created back in 2000 for a presentation on my graduate work (which involved preparing a critial edition of the Greek manuscripts of the … Continue reading
As part of my efforts to unravel the complexities of the transmission history of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas, I have begun the process of collecting and collating the various Syriac manuscripts of the text. The Syriac tradition of IGT … Continue reading
One of my on-going research projects involves tracing how the CA are received by scholars and the general public. I have posted here before on some anti-CA apologetic books (including Craig Evans’ Fabricating Jesus, discussed HERE). I have just completed … Continue reading