Some of our most popular blogs each year are the From the Library posts, so we compiled every From the Library post from last year for those of you who are new to CSNTM or might have missed an earlier post. Enjoy reading (or re-reading!) these five pieces. Keep your eye out for some new feature blog series coming in 2022!
The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) Digital Library contains hundreds of Greek NT manuscripts, each with its own story to tell. In our From the Library series, we will feature individual manuscripts and common manuscript features using images digitzed by CSNTM. We hope these articles showcase the unique beauty and significance of these fascinating documents. This is part of CSNTM’s mission to make NT manuscripts accessible for everyone.
Join us as we look at the lections read on Easter Sunday from Greek New Testament lectionary books.
Guest contributor and one of the photographers of GA 2097, Andrew J. Patton, sheds light on physical and textual features of the codex that reveal how readers approached the Gospels.
Zack Skarka discusses interesting textual features in GA 2936 that he discovered while doing collations for his dissertation.
The author of this blog, Denis Salgado, calls GA Lectionary 60 “one of the most intriguing NT lectionaries on which I have laid my eyes so far.”
Guest contributor Matt Burks shares some of the “treasure trove of historical uniqueness” that he’s discovered in the Leicester Codex (GA 69).
Looking at some singular readings in GA 2882, Sarah Chapell considers how to categorize anomalies within the common classifications for variants.
Laura Bandy and Leigh Ann Hyde discuss a few interesting manuscript features, some especially related to the Christmas story, found in GA 545.