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The Gospel of Mark:
Sinaitic Palimpsest
  Posted By: Steve Caruso updated Thursday, June 13, 2002 11:32 PM
GENERAL

-Home Page
-The Lord's Prayer
-Contact Information
-Unicode

MATTHEW

-Evidences
-Sinaitic Palimpsest
-Curetonian
-Peshitta/o
-Eesho'an Translation

MARK

-Evidences
-Sinaitic Palimpsest
-Curetonian
-Peshitta/o
-Eesho'an Translation

LUKE

-Evidences
-Sinaitic Palimpsest
-Curetonian
-Peshitta/o
-Eesho'an Translation

JOHN

-Evidences
-Sinaitic Palimpsest
-Curetonian
-Peshitta/o
-Eesho'an Translation

REVELATION

-Evidences
-Crawford Manuscript
-Peshitta/o
-Eesho'an Translation

 

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For those who are familliar with Syriac script, I was very surprised to find that Unicode Syriac did not have a glyph for syame dots! So, for unmarked texts (texts without vowels or dialect marks) I will use the Eastern zqapa (two slanted dots above) to denote where the syame dots would normally be used.

Please report any errors. :-)


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