Table of contents for Scribal habits in early Greek New Testament papyri / by James R. Royse.

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CONTENTS 
Contents............................................................... vii 
Preface................................................................. xv 
Sigla.................................................................... xix 
StandardLexicographicalandGrammaticalWorks................ xx 
Editions............................................................. xxi 
AdditionalSources.................................................. xxix 
ChapterOne.TheStudyofScribalHabits ............................1 
ProvenanceoftheBeattyandBodmerPapyri...................... 17 
TheNatureofCopying............................................. 32 
ChapterTwo.SingularReadings....................................... 39 
HortonSingulars................................................... 40 
SingularsinRevelation.............................................44 
IsolatedTraditions.................................................. 51 
O'Neill'sMethod.................................................... 56 
BarbaraAland'sMethod............................................ 60 
ChapterThree.Methodology.......................................... 65 
GreekSupport...................................................... 68 
VersionalandPatristicSupport..................................... 68 
HiddenSupport.................................................... 73 
Corrections......................................................... 74 
Itacisms............................................................. 79 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 81 
Dictation............................................................ 83 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................90 
Signi?cantSingulars................................................ 91 
OriginofSingulars.................................................92 
AsteriskedReadings................................................. 94 
Classi?cation........................................................ 94 
PhysicalAspectsofCopying........................................ 98 
ChapterFour.TheScribeof ?45 .......................................103 
Corrections......................................................... 114 
Corrections in scribendo ............................................115 
CorrectionsofSlips................................................. 116 
CorrectionsofSigni?cantReadings................................117 
CorrectiontoaSingularReading................................... 118 
CorrectionsbytheSecondHand................................... 118 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 119 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................120 
AccuracyandCopyingTechnique.................................. 123 
Additions........................................................... 125 
Omissions........................................................... 131 
Leaps................................................................ 142 
Transpositions ...................................................... 153 
TranspositionsasCorrectedLeaps.................................. 157 
Substitutions........................................................ 161 
Pre?xes.............................................................. 174 
ProperNames....................................................... 181 
Con?ations......................................................... 185 
HarmonizationstoParallels........................................186 
HarmonizationstotheContext....................................189 
HarmonizationstoGeneralUsage.................................. 194 
Summary........................................................... 197 
ChapterFive.TheScribeof ?46 .......................................199 
Corrections......................................................... 211 
TheLaterHands.................................................... 213 
CorrectionsbytheScribe........................................... 224 
Corrections in scribendo ............................................225 
CorrectionsofObviousErrors.....................................227 
CorrectionsofSigni?cantReadings................................229 
CorrectionstoSingularorSub-SingularReadings................. 233 
CorrectionsbytheSecondHand................................... 235 
CorrectionsbytheThirdHand .................................... 239 
CorrectionsbytheFourthHand...................................242 
SummaryofTextualRelationsofCorrections...................... 242 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 244 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................254 
AccuracyandCopyingTechnique.................................. 263 
Additions........................................................... 267 
Omissions........................................................... 270 
Leaps................................................................ 283 
Transpositions ...................................................... 298 
TranspositionsasCorrectedLeaps.................................. 300 
Substitutions........................................................ 302 
Pronouns........................................................... 321 
Pre?xes.............................................................. 326 
ProperNames....................................................... 332 
Con?ations......................................................... 335 
HarmonizationstoParallels........................................339 
HarmonizationstotheContext....................................343 
HarmonizationstoGeneralUsage.................................. 353 
TheologicalChanges................................................ 355 
Summary........................................................... 357 
ChapterSix.TheScribeof ?47 ........................................359 
Corrections......................................................... 363 
Corrections in scribendo ............................................365 
CorrectionsofSlips................................................. 367 
CorrectionsofSigni?cantReadings................................368 
Correctionstoanother 
 Vorlage ...................................369 
Another?
CorrectiontoaSingularReading................................... 370 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 370 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................372 
AccuracyandCopyingTechnique.................................. 373 
Additions........................................................... 374 
Omissions........................................................... 376 
Leaps................................................................ 378 
Transpositions ...................................................... 380 
TranspositionsasCorrectedLeaps.................................. 381 
Substitutions........................................................ 381 
CasesofNouns..................................................... 386 
ProperNames....................................................... 393 
Con?ations......................................................... 393 
HarmonizationstoParallels........................................395 
HarmonizationstotheContext....................................396 
Summary........................................................... 397 
ChapterSeven.TheScribeof ?66 .....................................399 
Corrections......................................................... 409 
TheCorrector(s).................................................... 413 
TheNatureoftheCorrections ..................................... 421 
Corrections in scribendo ............................................422 
CorrectionsofSlips................................................. 436 
Signi?cantCorrections.............................................444 
TheologicalChanges................................................ 459 
TendenciesoftheSigni?cantCorrections..........................461 
Correctionstoanother 
 Vorlage ...................................461 
Another?
TextualDirection of theCorrections to anotherVorlage ...........470 
RelationtotheWesternText .......................................472 
Classi?cation oftheCorrections toanother Vorlage ...............475 
TendenciesoftheCorrections...................................... 477 
CorrectionstoSingularorSub-SingularReadings................. 485 
SummaryoftheCorrectingActivityoftheFirstHand............ 489 
CorrectionbytheSecondHand.................................... 490 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 490 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................492 
AccuracyandCopyingTechnique.................................. 495 
Additions........................................................... 505 
Omissions........................................................... 511 
Leaps................................................................ 515 
Transpositions ...................................................... 518 
TranspositionsasCorrectedLeaps.................................. 520 
Substitutions........................................................ 523 
Verbs................................................................ 525 
ProperNames....................................................... 534 
Con?ations......................................................... 535 
HarmonizationstoParallels........................................536 
HarmonizationstotheContext....................................537 
HarmonizationstoGeneralUsage.................................. 542 
Summary........................................................... 544 
ChapterEight.The Scribe of?72 ......................................545 
Corrections......................................................... 558 
Corrections in scribendo ............................................560 
CorrectionsofInsigni?cantReadings.............................. 563 
Signi?cantCorrections.............................................565 
Correctionstoanother Vorlage .....................................567 
CorrectionstoSingularorSub-SingularReadings................. 568 
CorrectionsbytheSecondHand................................... 569 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 570 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................577 
AccuracyandCopyingTechnique.................................. 579 
Additions........................................................... 582 
Leaps................................................................ 589 
Transpositions ...................................................... 593 
TranspositionsasCorrectedLeaps.................................. 594 
Substitutions........................................................ 595 
ProperNames....................................................... 602 
Con?ations......................................................... 602 
HarmonizationstoParallels........................................604 
HarmonizationstotheContext....................................605 
HarmonizationstoGeneralUsage.................................. 608 
TheologicalChanges................................................ 609 
Summary........................................................... 614 
ChapterNine. TheScribeof?75 ......................................615 
Corrections......................................................... 625 
Corrections in scribendo ............................................632 
CorrectionsofInsigni?cantReadings.............................. 634 
CorrectionsofSigni?cantReadings................................637 
PossibleCorrectionstoanotherVorlage ............................640 
CorrectionstoSingularorSub-SingularReadings................. 642 
CorrectionsbytheSecondHand................................... 645 
CorrectionsbytheThirdHand .................................... 646 
OrthographicSingulars............................................. 647 
NonsenseSingulars.................................................651 
AccuracyandCopyingTechnique.................................. 656 
Additions........................................................... 660 
Omissions........................................................... 662 
Leaps................................................................ 666 
Transpositions ...................................................... 670 
TranspositionsasCorrectedLeaps.................................. 672 
Substitutions........................................................ 673 
ProperName ....................................................... 687 
Con?ation.......................................................... 690 
HarmonizationstoParallels........................................690 
HarmonizationstotheContext....................................692 
HarmonizationstoGeneralUsage.................................. 697 
TheologicalChanges................................................ 698 
Summary........................................................... 704 
ChapterTen.TheShorterReading? ................................... 705 
Head'sResults...................................................... 720 
Min'sStudyofEarlyManuscriptsofMatthew ..................... 723 
Silva'sStudies....................................................... 725 
OmissionsinImportantMajuscules................................ 726 
Hernandez'sStudyof?,A,andCinRevelation...................730 
LaterScribes?....................................................... 732 
ChapterEleven.ConcludingRemarks................................. 737 
SupplementaryNotes.................................................. 743 
AppendixA.TheSingularReadingsofthePapyri.................... 775 
TheSingularReadingsof ?45 .......................................775 
TheSingularReadingsof ?46 .......................................790 
TheSingularReadingsof ?47 .......................................816 
TheSingularReadingsof ?66 .......................................822 
TheSingularReadingsof ?72 .......................................829 
TheSingularReadingsof ?75 .......................................839 
AppendixB.TheCorrectionsofthePapyri........................... 849 
TheCorrections of?45 .............................................849 
TheCorrections of?46 .............................................850 
TheCorrections of?47 .............................................856 
TheCorrections of?66 .............................................857 
TheCorrections of?72 .............................................876 
TheCorrections of?75 .............................................879 
AppendixC.OrthographicPhenomena............................... 885 
Nominasacra 
 ..................................................... 896 
Sacra? 
AppendixD.SummaryofResults..................................... 897 
RatesofError....................................................... 897 
OverallCategories..................................................902 
RelativeRankings................................................... 902 
Leaps................................................................ 903 
Transpositions ...................................................... 903 
AbsoluteRankings.................................................. 904 
AbsoluteRateofCorrection........................................ 906 
Bibliography........................................................... 907 
A.EditionsoftheSixPapyri .......................................907 
B.OtherEditionsandCollations................................... 908 
C.LexicaandGrammars...........................................914 
D.BooksandArticles............................................... 915 
IndexofNewTestamentManuscripts................................. 949 
IndexofCitationsfromAncientAuthors............................. 953 
IndexofAncientAuthors ............................................. 955 
IndexofModernAuthors.............................................957 
IndexofSubjects...................................................... 983 
Readingsof ?45 ........................................................ 989 
Readingsof ?46 ........................................................ 995 
Readingsof ?47 ........................................................ 1009 
Readingsof ?66 ........................................................ 1013 
Readingsof ?72 ........................................................ 1025 
Readingsof ?75 ........................................................ 1031 
BiblicalCitations...................................................... 1039 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. N.T. -- Manuscripts, Greek.
Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, Textual.