Brent Nongbri on A Dead Sea Scrolls Photo Shoot… Schick.Sylt@gmx.de on A Dead Sea Scrolls Photo Shoot… Theodore Nash, Looti… on Important Developments with th… S Walch on Online Images of Early Christi… Brent Nongbri on Online Images of Early Christi…
© Brent Nongbri, 2017-2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without written permission from this site’s author is prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Monthly Archives: May 2019
A couple years ago, I wrote an article on two papyrus manuscripts now housed in the British Library, the so-called Harris Homers. I’ve written on this blog before about the curious story of their discovery in the “Crocodile Pit of … Continue reading
There was a rather depressing article in the New York Times about the New York Public Library a few days ago. But reading the story brought back some fond memories for me. I first visited the main branch of the library … Continue reading
One of the habits of papyrologists and New Testament scholars that I’ve tried to highlight over the last decade is the practice of dating the handwriting of ancient manuscripts by comparing them to other samples of handwriting that are themselves … Continue reading
I mentioned that I gave a paper in Oslo some weeks ago on the issue of manuscripts and the synoptic problem. While it was the issue of manuscripts and variant readings that was the focus of my attention, writing this paper … Continue reading
While the Bodmer Papyri are best known for the subset of Greek and Coptic codices that Martin Bodmer acquired from Egyptian sources through the Cypriot dealer Phocion Tano in the 1950s, there are other early Christian materials in the collection … Continue reading