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: October 2007
April DeConick at The Forbidden Gospels mentions a forthcoming book by Marvin Meyer on the full range of Judas traditions from early Christian writers. The book is due in November and is titled Judas: The Definitive Collection of Gospels and … Continue reading
Ben C. Smith has a brief post on the Letter of Lentulus over on Thoughts on Antiquity.
(I recently moved into a new house and have been without an internet connection at home for two weeks. So, I am a little behind on posting my usual post mortem of my New Testament Apocrypha class. Here is last … Continue reading
Roger Pearse at Thoughts on Antiquity drew my attention to recent additions of on-line manuscript catalogues to the Syriac Studies Reference Library. This information is very useful to those of us who study Syriac apocryph–myself included, as I continue my … Continue reading
Ben Smith at Thoughts on Antiquity pointed out the site Paracalypsis which features several Greek editions (some old) of CA texts (P. Oxy. 840, P. Egerton, Protevangelium of James, Gospel of the Ebionites, Gospel of Peter, Gospel of Thomas (in … Continue reading
I discussed a few weeks ago the topic of palimpsests in CA studies. Anyone interested in the topic may want to see the recent publication J. Gippert, Palimpsest Codex Vindobonensis georgicus 2 (Monumenta Palaeographica Medii Aevi: Series Ibero et Caucasia. … Continue reading