Are there any that you particularly want feedback on? I also assume you'll get others weighing in a little more slowly.Alan Bunning wrote:I did not get a lot of feedback from round 3, so in most cases I guess I will probably have to assume that the lexical entries in BDAG allow for more declensions than originally specified.
I suspect this is σερακοντα. That's the reading of both Tischendorff and the New Testament Manuscript Reading Room, at any rate. Tischendorff thought it was simply missing the first syllable ("σερακοντα omissa syllaba prima"). Lyon apparently agreed with Tischendorff's transcription here. Your suggested τεσσερακοντα seems plausible.Alan Bunning wrote:(But I would definitely like someone to comment on what σεπακοντα is supposed to be.)
I'm looking for an image of the correct page in the original manuscript. Based on the numbering in your manuscript, I would have expected this to be on this page, but this doesn't look like the right page, and I'm having a very difficult time reading this because there are two sets of writing, one on top of the other, so it's rather confusing. Anyone here know their way around Ephraemi Rescriptus?