Meaning of "Ln.", etc., in Textual Apparatus
Pastor Mark Eddy
markeddy at adams.net
Tue Oct 15 09:50:30 EDT 2002
Look on pages 58-60 in the Introduction to volume 1. There is a list of "Literature" followed by a table
of abbreviations. Ws = Weiss.
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From: "c stirling bartholomew" <cc.constantine at worldnet.att.net>
To: "Biblical Greek" <b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 1:09 AM
Subject: [b-greek] Re:Meaning of "Ln.", etc., in Textual Apparatus
> on 10/14/02 10:54 PM, c stirling bartholomew wrote:
> >> Nicoll's Expositor's Greek Testament uses the terms "Ln.", "Lft." and "Ws."
> >> in its textual apparatus (for example, for BAPTISMWi in Col. 1:12, it says
> >> "So Ln. mg., Tr., Lft., Ws. ...", etc.), but I do not understand these three
> >> references
> > Ln. = Lachmann
> > mg. = "in the margin"
> > Tr. = Tregelles
> > T. = Tischendorf
> wrong!! Ws. = Westcott (??)
> > Lft. = Lightfoot
> > WH = Westcott & Hort
> Ws. = Wetstein
> This is all guesswork based on my frequent use of H.A.W. Meyer & H.Alford.
> Clayton Stirling Bartholomew
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