NT Transcripts: New Apparatus
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Below the Nestle-Aland text, you will see the new apparatus. This apparatus is based on the new transcripts. It lists every single variation found in these transcripts. If you click on a manuscript number, you are taken to the transcript of that manuscript. Red color indicates that the letters were supplied by the editors; they are not found in the manuscript. Red numbers indicate the number of characters that would fit in the space available. Underdots indicate that the characters can’t be identified with certainty in the manuscript. Green links indicate that corrections have been made to the manuscript. Clicking on green links brings up small windows telling you about alterations by later hands.
If you move your mouse pointer over a word in the Nestle-Aland text, an apparatus specifically relating to that word will appear to the right of the apparatus just mentioned. This apparatus lists the supporting evidence not just for the variants, but also for the Nestle-Aland reading (“positive apparatus”). If you move the mouse pointer on to another word, this apparatus changes accordingly. If you would like to make the information “stick” while you move the mouse pointer elsewhere, click on the word and the apparatus will appear in the lower right corner.
You can resize the frames within the window by dragging them with the mouse pointer.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Luc Herren.
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