Bezae Codex Cantabrigiensis: being an exact copy, in ordinary type, of the celebrated uncial Graeco-Latin manuscript of the four Gospels and Acts of the apostles, written early in the sixth century, and presented to the University of Cambridge by Theodore Beza, A.D. 1581

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Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener
Deighton, Bell, 1864 - 453 pages
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Scrivener's 1864 printed reproduction of Codex Bezae, the flagship manuscript of the "Western" text of the Gospels and Acts.
The transcription is extremely accurate, although D. C. Parker made a
smattering of corrections in his more recent study of this manuscript. Parker also proposed a date for Codex D around 400, which makes the lectionary incipits that appear in Codex D especially interesting. 

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Page 216 - Pater noster, qui es in ccelis, sanctificetur nomen tuum : adveniat regnum tuum : fiat voluntas tua sicut in ccelo, et in terra : panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie; et dimitte nobis debita nostra, sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris : Et ne nos inducas in tentationem. Sed libera nos a malo. Amen.
Page 152 - Non pro eis autem rogo tantum, sed et pro eis, qui credituri sunt per verbum eorum in me, ut omnes unum sint, sicut tu, pater, in me et ego in te, ut et ipsi in nobis unum sint, ut credat mundus, quia tu me misisti.
Page 316 - Diliges Dominum Deum tuum ex toto corde tuo, et ex tota anima tua, et ex omnibus viribus tuis, et ex omni mente tua : et proximum tuum sicut teipsum.
Page liv - Textus receptus much in the same way that one of the best Chaldee Targums does the Hebrew of the Old Testament : so wide are the variations in the diction, so constant and inveterate the practice of expounding the narrative by means of interpolations which seldom recommend themselves as genuine by even a semblance of internal probability.

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