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
Tony Burke: This is my week of writing book proposals. One down, two to go. Next step, figure out how I'm gonna find the time to write the books.
Monthly Archives: August 2007
The CA Workshop previously discussed HERE has been canceled. The reason is purely financial: SSHRC decided not to fund the event.
The Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature is fast approaching (Nov. 17-20). The Program has been posted on-line and several bloggers have been drawing attention to particular sessions (see The Forbidden Gospels on the Gospel of Judas papers). … Continue reading
While we're on the topic of technology and manuscripts, take a look at this video currently making the rounds on the internet (sorry, I don't know how to embed the video in this post). It is a skit from a … Continue reading
Recently I finished reading Reviel Netz’s and William Noel’s The Archimedes Codex: Revealing the Secrets of the World’s Greatest Palimpsest. The book details the acquisition of a thirteenth-century Christian prayer book that contains, as its underwriting, several works by the … Continue reading
Several weeks ago I posted the first five of ten concerns I have about the treatment of Christian Apocrypha in recent apologetic books, books principally aimed at combating the popularity of The Da Vinci Code. Happily, that first post led … Continue reading