THE NEW TESTAMENT IN GREEK: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. JOHN
ELECTRONIC EDITION OF VOLUME TWO: THE MAJUSCULES


SIGLA USED IN THE APPARATUS CRITICUS
 

DEF lists the deficient manuscripts, for a whole chapter after the chapter heading of that verse, and for a verse within a chapter after the text.
[...] indicates a longer lacuna in a witness, the text not being restored.
NA B. and K. Aland, J. Karavidopoulos, C.M. Martini, B.M. Metzger (eds.), Novum Testamentum Graece, 27th edition, 8th (revised) impression, Stuttgart, 2001.
om. indicates that the text is omitted in the following witness(es)
Praem. indicates that the text is added in the following witness(es)
S after a manuscript number indicates that the passage is a supplement to the manuscript by a later hand (i.e. a replacement leaf or leaves).
TR Η ΚΑΙΝΗ ΔΙΑΘΗΚΗ. Novum Testamentum etc., Oxford, 1873.
txt indicates a corrector who follows the base text, where the first hand differs from it. This indication is only present when the correctors of a manuscript have been distinguished (e.g. between C1 and C2).
[   ] square brackets around a letter or letters indicates (as in the transcription) that they are restored.

There is no entry for two verses, 8.30 and 14.18. This is because there are no variants in either of these verses in any of our witnesses.

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