Scrivener's Plain Introduction


H.A. Scrivener, Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament, (4th Ed.,1889 Ed. Miller)

CONTENTS: Volume I

CONTENTS: Volume II

1. Preliminary Considerations...................1
2. General Info on Greek MSS................21
3. Divisions of the Text etc......................56
4. Uncial MSS of whole NT.....................90
5. Uncial Gospel MSS...........................131
6. Uncial Acts etc. MSS.........................169
7. Gospel Cursives I #1-449..................189
8. Gospel Cursives II #450-774.............241
9. Gospel Cursives III #775-1321..........272
10. Cursives of Acts etc. #1-420...........284
11. Cursives of Paul #1-491..................307
12. Cursives Rev. #1-184.....................320
13. Gospel Lectionaries #1-963............327
14. Lectionaries of Acts/etc.#1-288......368
Additional Uncials.................................377
Appendix A: Chief Authorities...............378
Appendix B: On Fascimiles...................379
Appendix C: On Dating by Indiction......380
Appendix D: On the Rhemata...............381
Appendix E: Table of Differences.........384
Index I. Of Greek MSS..........................391
Index II. Scribes, Owners, Collators......411

1. Ancient Versions........................................1
2. Syriac (Aramaic) Versions.........................6
3. Latin Versions..........................................41
4. Egyptian (Coptic) Versions......................91
5. Other Versions of the NT.......................145
6. Quotations from Fathers........................167
7. Early Printed Versions...........................175
8. Canons of Internal Evidence..................244
9. History of the NT Text............................257
10. Textual Criticism: Hort, etc. .................274
11. Character of NT Greek........................312
12. Select Passages Examined.................321
Index I. Of Passages Discussed................417
Index II. Of Subjects...................................419

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