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79 There is no need in this case to give many examples. At Test. 8-12 in full. In v. , 13, and n. 53; and below, pp. 27f. '•See Ropes (Begs. ); and especially P. M. Bamard, The Biblical Texl ofCI~ment of Alexandria in the Four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles (T. & S. 5), 1899. 77 See above, p. 17. "'Review of F. Blass. Acta Apostolorum, 1895, in Gottingische gelehrte An~~igen 158 (1896). , supponing J. R. Harris, Study ofCodu Be:ue, 1891. 79 See Hans voo Soden as inn. 50. pp. 550--67. INTRODUCTION 19 'I apat1A); in v.
J. A. Hon. Tht! NT in the Original Grulc. Introduction 141, quoted by Ropes (Begs. ). INTRODUCTION 21 of necessity involved from time to time anticipation of the observation that these authorities fall into several clearly distinguishable groups. The fundamental analysis has been recognised since the time of Westcott and Hort. 83 (a) The great mass of Greek MSS, 84 notwithstanding minor variations which permit the detection of sub-groups, have a common text which appears to go back to a recension to which Chrysostom already bears witness.
Cxlif. for the Ethiopic version, clxxxi-clxxxiv for the Armenian, Georgian, and Arabic; Metzger (Versions 153268) for the Armenian, Georgian, Ethiopic, Arabic, and Nubian versions. None is of great importance in the study of Acts. Patristic quotations are potentially of very great importance, for if we can ascribe to a known ecclesiastical writer a precisely worded quotation of a biblical text we know the form in which the text was current, or at least one form in which the text was current, at a particular time and place.
A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles, Volume 1: Preliminary lntroduction and Commentary on Acts I-XIV (International Critical Commentary) by C.K. Barrett