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04 May 2009


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Roger Pearse

The problem with this Syriac manuscript was that it was incomplete. Additional leaves have surfaced on the market from time to time. I wonder if any more have been recovered?


Thanks for that. I suspect that the majority are inprivate hands never to be recovered.

Kevin P. Edgecomb

It's Ephraem Syrus' Commentary on Tatian's Diatessaron, not a commentary by a Diatessaron by Ephraem Syrus. Your title's a bit off. Just so's y'know!


Thanks for that. Have changed the headline. Wasn't thinking straight...

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