Stephen Carlson wrote:
According to the transcription key:
Lect. indicates a marginal lectionary note. Mouse-over displays a box giving information about the note
Okay, thanks for that. I had assumed it was referring to something in the margins, but when I saw it next the "εν βηθλεεμ της ϊουδαιας" of line 21 of the first page there (Folio 3v Quire_1-3v (hair) ) and then checked the photo and found that that line was interlined with the others, I got confused.
I see now that "Lect
." Means that there is ANOTHER note written on the margin of the page, other than the New Testament text.
- Mire sear stir ears art our players for are mourn Thor sore.
- Wart word sheer warned tore door tore more roar?
- Sheer word warned tore gore tore Bore stern, Ire sir pores.
- Mare Ire gore tore?
(How Mandarin from Northern China sounds to me)