Mais Fotos da Página 1303 de Manuscrito Vaticanus. Há Linhas Em Branco Em Marcos 16:9-20



Hélio de Menezes Silva, 2015




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Final de Marcos 16, página 1303 do Vaticanus.
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This image is from a photo plate in 1868 from the Codex Vaticanus.  This original ending of Mark's Gosepl is from the early 3rd century, was copied/printed in Egypt, perhaps Alexandria, and taken to the Vatican shortly after the establishment of the Vatican Library by Pope Nicholas V in 1448 - perhaps by Cardial Bessarion, who labored for the reunion of the Greek and Latin churches.  This piece of Mark XVI. 3-8 was originally catalogued in the Vatican Library in 1475. 
 

 

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For a clarified read on this text,  click here. 
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from a transliteration done by Tischendorf - in 1868 - 
shortly after this photo plate was taken

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Agora, lado a lado, fac-símiles do Codex Vaticanus (placa fotográfica de1868) e da sua transcrição por Tischendorf (feita pouco tempo depois):

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Hélio de Menezes Silva



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