Title: A Full Account and Collation of the Greek Cursive Codex Evangelium 604
Subheading: (With Two Facsimiles) [Egerton.2610 in the British Museum].
Notes: Together with Ten Appendices.
(A) the Collation of a Manuscript in his own possession.
(B) A reprint with corrections of Scrivnener’s list of differences between the edition of Stephen 1550 and Elzevir 1624, Beza 1565 and the Compluntensian, together with fresh evidence gathered from an investigation of the support afforded to the various readings by the five editions of Erasmus, 1516, 1519, 1622, 1627, 1585, by the Aldine Bible 1618, by Colineus 1684, by the other editions of Stephen of 1646, 1649, 1661, and by the remaining three Bezan editions in folio of 1682, 1588-9, 1598, and the 8° editions of 1666, 1667, 1680, 1590, 1604.
(C) A full and exact comparison of the E1Ievir editions of 1624 and 1688, doubling the number of the real variants hitherto known, and exhibiting the support given in the one case and in the other by the subsequent editions of 1641, 1666, 1662, 1670, and 1678
(D) Facsimile of .Codex Panl. 247 (Cath. Eps. 210), with correction of previous descriptions.
(E) Report of a visit to the Phillips MSS., with corrections of and supplement to previous information concerning them, and collations of parts of some of them.
(F) Report of a visit to the Public Library at Bile, with facsimile of Erasmus second MS. Evan. 2, and a collation of Codex Apoc. N° 15.
(G) Report of a visit to the Public Library at Geneva, with correction of Cellerier’s collation of Evan. 75, as supplied to Scholz.
(H) Report of a visit to the Library of Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass. U.S.A., with information concerning the sacred Greek codices there.
(I) Some further information concerning codex 1a, an evangelistary at Andover, Mass. U.S.A.
(J) Note on 1 Tim. iii 15.
By: Herman C. Hoskier
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