Tyndale House Greek New Testament

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge está disponível em STEP Bible.

The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge

 

Initial thoughts on the Tyndale House Greek New Testament – By Peter Gurry

Dan Wallace, Larry Hurtado, James Snapp, Todd Scacewater, and Brice Jones have all given us their first impressions on the Tyndale House Greek New Testament (THGNT) and, since I have now had some time to look over my gratis copy, I thought I would share some of mine.

Fonte: Evangelical Textual Criticism – Monday, November 13, 2017

Uma história do Novo Testamento em latim

HOUGHTON, H. A. G. The Latin New Testament: A Guide to its Early History, Texts, and Manuscripts. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, 400 p. – ISBN 9780198744733. 

HOUGHTON, H. A. G. The Latin New Testament: A Guide to its Early History, Texts, and Manuscripts. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, 400 p.

O livro

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the history and development of the Latin New Testament and a user’s guide to the resources available for research and further study. The first five chapters offer a new historical synthesis, bringing together evidence from Christian authors and biblical manuscripts from earliest times to the late Middle Ages. Each witness is considered in its chronological and geographical context, to build up the bigger picture of the transmission of the text. There are chapters introducing features of Latin biblical manuscripts and examining how the Latin tradition may serve as a witness for the Greek New Testament. In addition, each book of the New Testament is considered in turn, with details of the principal witnesses and features of particular textual interest. The three main scholarly editions of the Latin New Testament (the Vetus Latina edition, the Stuttgart Vulgate, and the Oxford Vulgate) are described in detail. Information is also given about other editions and resources, enabling researchers to understand the significance of different approaches and become aware of the latest developments. The Catalogue of Manuscripts gives full details of each manuscript used in the major editions, with bibliographical references and links to sets of digital images. The Appendices include concordances for the different ways in which manuscripts are cited in scholarly literature. An extensive reference bibliography of publications on the Latin New Testament is also supplied.

O sumário

Part I: History
1. From the Beginnings to the End of the Third Century
2. The Fourth Century and the Beginning of the Vulgate
3. Competing Texts: The Fifth to the Seventh Centuries
4. The Eighth and Ninth Centuries
5. The Tenth Century Onwards: Scholarship and Heresy
Part II: Texts
6. Editions and Resources
7. An Overview of the Text of the Latin New Testament
Part III
8. Features of Latin Biblical Manuscripts
9. Catalogue of Latin New Testament Manuscripts
Appendices
1. Concordances of Manuscript Sigla
2. Latin Prefaces, Prologues, and Capitula for the Books of the New Testament
Bibliography

O autor

H.A.G. Houghton is Reader in New Testament Textual Scholarship at the University of Birmingham, where he is also Deputy Director of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing. He is one of the editors of the Gospel according to John and corresponding editor for the principal Pauline Epistles in the Vetus Latina series.

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Bíblia Interlinear

Se você procura o Antigo Testamento Interlinear Hebraico-Português ou o Novo Testamento Interlinear Grego-Português, veja o site da SBB – Sociedade Bíblica do Brasil. Clique aqui.

É um trabalho feito por gente que entende do assunto.

 

Antigo Testamento Interlinear Hebraico-Português

Lembro aos interessados que este tipo de texto pode ser encontrado facilmente online em português ou inglês, embora nem tudo seja confiável. E também em vários programas – gratuitos ou não – para estudos bíblicos.

Bibliografia dos Manuscritos Gregos do Novo Testamento

ELLIOTT, J. K. A Bibliography of Greek New Testament Manuscripts. Third Edition. Leiden: Brill, 2015, 408 p. – ISBN 9789004289239

This bibliography is a comprehensive listing of books, facsimiles, collations and articles relating to some 3,500 Greek New Testament manuscripts, including references to photographic plates and albums. These are divided into the conventional categories of papyri, majuscules, minuscules and lectionaries, as classified in the current Gregory-Aland register. This third revised edition supersedes the two previous editions. Entries from those earlier editions and from three supplements, published as articles in Novum Testamentum, as well as newly published material, are to be found here.

ELLIOTT, J. K. A Bibliography of Greek New Testament Manuscripts. Third Edition. Leiden: Brill, 2015

For over a quarter of a century, Elliott’s Bibliography has rendered sterling service to the text-critical community in providing details of secondary literature arranged  by  New  Testament  manuscript. The  fifteen  years  since  the  publication of its second edition have witnessed a resurgence of interest in this discipline, stimulated in part by new scholarly approaches, the use of computers for textual  editing,  and  the  proliferation  of  digital  images  of  manuscripts  on  the  internet.  With  almost  half  as  many  pages  again,  this  expanded  third  edition  bears witness to the recent increase in activity. In addition, further witnesses continue to be identified: the new Bibliography treats 157 more entries in the Gregory-Aland Liste than its previous edition (H.A.G. Houghton, Novum Testamentum 58 (2016) 422.

O mesmo resenhista informa como o leitor pode chegar – se tiver persistência – a esta informação online no site BiBIL – Bibliographie biblique informatisée de Lausanne:

Readers are informed in the Acknowledgements that the book “is linked to the online bibliographical resources of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Lausanne to be found under its logo BiBIL” (page vii), although there is no further explanation of the significance of this or how the electronic version should be used. The website itself (now https://bibil.unil.ch/ and not the address on page 407 of the printed book) is similarly uninformative: some persistence is required for users to discover that, if they select the Recherche thésaurus tab, followed by the ‘+’ symbol next to Thésaurus BiBIL, then Nouveau Testament (Problèmes d’Introduction), then Critique textuelle du Nouveau Testament, then Textes grecs, then Manuscrits, they will be confronted with four further categories corresponding to the divisions of the printed Bibliography. Two further clicks take the user to an entry for each manuscript: selecting this, followed by the Rechercher button at the foot of each page, will bring up a list of publications corresponding to those in the present book, and even boasts links to online versions of certain items.

Quem é o autor?

J. K. Elliott is Professor of New Testament Textual Criticism at the University of Leeds. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the journal Novum Testamentum.

Lista de manuscritos do AT disponíveis online

Online Digital Manuscripts and Editions

Uma lista de imagens digitais de manuscritos e edições do Antigo Testamento disponíveis online. Este catálogo deve ser visto como um trabalho em andamento. Útil para quem procura recursos primários online que são importantes para o estudo do texto do Antigo Testamento.

Lista compilada por Drew Longacre, da Universidade de Helsinki, Finlândia, em seu blog OTTC: A Blog for Old Testament Textual Criticism.

This page is a list of digital images of manuscripts and editions available online. This catalogue should be viewed as a work in progress, and I will continue to update it with new resources. It is by no means complete, but I hope it will be helpful for those looking for a one-stop portal for finding online primary resources that are significant for the study of the Old Testament text.

Compiled by Drew Longacre on his blog OTTC: A Blog for Old Testament Textual Criticism.

Drew Longacre is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki’s Centre of Excellence in Changes in Sacred Texts and Traditions.

Importante papiro do NT muda de nome

O P75, papiro do começo do século III, ou um pouco antes, é um dos mais antigos testemunhos do texto do Novo Testamento. Pois o Bodmer Papyrus XIV-XV (P75) passa a se chamar Hanna Papyrus 1 (Mater Verbi), em homenagem à familia Hanna que, em 2007, o comprou e doou à Biblioteca Vaticana.

Veja a nota, em italiano:

“La biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana desidera esprimere la sua profonda gratitudine alla famiglia Hanna e alla Solidarity Association per aver donato alla Biblioteca, nel gennaio 2007, uno fra i più importanti e preziosi manoscritti dei Vangeli, il Papiro Hanna 1 (Mater Verbi), precedentemente conservato presso la Bibliotheca Bodmeriana a Cologny, in Svizzera. Vergato agli inizi del III secolo d.C., è uno dei più antichi testimoni superstiti del testo del Nuovo Testamento.

Originariamente conteneva per intero i Vangeli di Luca e di Giovanni, in questo ordine; oggi, circa 1.800 anni dopo, conserva ancora circa la metà di entrambi i Vangeli in condizioni soddisfacenti, tra cui la versione lucana del Padre Nostro (Lc 11,1-4). Per alcuni passi, come Gv 6,12-16, è addirittura il testimone più antico.

Noto agli studiosi come P75 questo papiro è una delle fonti più importanti per la ricostruzione del testo dei Vangeli; è anche il più antico manoscritto in cui si vede, in un’unica pagina, la transizione tra la fine di un Vangelo e l’inizio del seguente, il che costituisce la prima testimonianza diretta dell’ordine dei libri nel canone dei Vangeli”.

O P75 pertencia à Biblioteca Bodmeriana, que fica em Cologny, Suíça.

Leia também: A New Name for P75, texto escrito por Peter M. Head no blog Evangelical Textual Criticism.

Codex Vaticano está online

O Codex Vaticano está disponível online.

O Codex Vaticano (B), assim chamado porque desde o século XV está na Biblioteca Vaticana, contém, além do AT quase todo na versão da LXX, a maior parte do NT. É do séc. IV, vem provavelmente do Egito e é um dos melhores textos do NT.

Leia um pouco sobre o Codex Vaticano e outros textos antigos do NT aqui.

Codex Vaticanus (B) is now available on-line including LXX and NT. The Vatican Library has digitised Codex Vaticanus. It is an majuscule manuscript that dates to the mid-fourth century and contains almost the entire Christian canon in Greek.

Edições acadêmicas da Bíblia na DBG

Sociedade Bíblica Alemã: Bíblias Online

:: No site da Sociedade Bíblica Alemã (Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft = DBG) estão disponíveis online textos originais das seguintes edições da Bíblia: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia – Novum Testamentum Graece (ed. Nestle-Aland), 28. Edição – Novo Testamento Grego (UBS5) – Septuaginta (ed. Rahlfs/Hanhart) – Vulgata (ed. Weber/Gryson).

:: The following editions are currently available: Hebrew Old Testament following the text of the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia – Greek New Testament following the text of the Novum Testamentum Graece (ed. Nestle-Aland), 28. Edition and the UBS Greek New Testament – Greek Old Testament following the text of the Septuagint (ed. Rahlfs/Hanhart) – Latin Bible following the text of the Vulgate (ed. Weber/Gryson).

:: Folgende Urtext-Ausgaben stehen Ihnen zur Verfügung: Hebräisches Altes Testament nach dem Text der Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia – Griechisches Neues Testament nach dem Text des Novum Testamentum Graece (ed. Nestle-Aland), 28. Auflage – Griechisches Neues Testament nach dem Text des UBS Greek New Testament – Griechisches Altes Testament nach dem Text der Septuaginta (ed. Rahlfs/Hanhart) – Lateinische Bibel nach dem Text der Vulgata (ed. Weber/Gryson).

E em um post de 4 de setembro de 2011 tenho a mesma lista, mais as traduções modernas disponíveis: Bíblias Online na Sociedade Bíblica Alemã.

Agora, recomendo baixar do site da SBL o seguinte livrinho em pdf:

Textual Research on the Bible: An Introduction to the Scholarly Editions of the German Bible Society

What Is Old Testament Textual Research?
I. The Biblia Hebraica by Rudolf Kittel (BHK)
II. The Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS)
III. The Future of the Biblia Hebraica: The Biblia Hebraica Quinta (BHQ) Project

What Is New Testament Textual Research?
I. The Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece and Its History
II. The Greek New Testament and Its History
III. The Significance of the Two Editions Today
IV. The Outlook: New Testament Textual Research Continues

E, finalmente, leia este post: Society of Biblical Literature: Texts and Resources – Charles Jones: AWOL –  May 22, 2014.

Uma nova edição crítica da Bíblia Hebraica

A New Critical Edition of the Hebrew Bible – Ronald Hendel: The Bible and Interpretation – August 2014

Recently the SBL announced its sponsorship of a new text-critical project, “The Hebrew Bible: A Critical Edition,” of which I am the general editor. The HBCE represents a new model for a critical edition of the Hebrew Bible, although it will be generally familiar to scholars who use critical editions of other ancient works such as the Septuagint or New Testament. The HBCE will consist of critical texts of each book of the Hebrew Bible, accompanied by extensive text-critical commentary and introductions to each volume. A critical text (sometimes called an eclectic text) is one that contains the best readings according to the judgment of the editor. The editors are eminent scholars from North America, Europe, Africa, and Israel.

The HBCE text will not reproduce a single manuscript [as is the case with the other critical editions, BHQ (= Biblia Hebraica Quinta) and HUBP (= Hebrew University Bible Project)], but will approximate the manuscript that was the latest common ancestor of all the extant manuscripts. This “earliest inferable text” is called the archetype. This is not identical to the original text (however one defines this elusive term), but is the earliest recoverable text of a particular book. To be more precise, the HBCE critical text will approximate the corrected archetype, since the archetype will have some scribal errors that can be remedied. (…)

As a twenty-first century project, the HBCE will have a sophisticated electronic version, which will include all the material from the print volumes plus all the texts and versions, including photographs of important manuscripts. The electronic HBCE will be an interactive polyglot edition, including the HBCE critical text and commentary. It will be free and open-access (…)

The HBCE project (under its former moniker, the Oxford Hebrew Bible) has attracted some serious criticism from distinguished textual critics, including Emanuel Tov, Hugh Williamson, and Adrian Schenker. As a new model, it raises many difficult theoretical and methodological issues. I welcome the criticisms of these and other scholars, because their arguments have inspired us to clarify and improve our theory and method. Detailed argument is the lifeblood of good scholarship, and in our case it has helped us to refine our project in its formative stages.

Some scholars hold that a fully critical edition of the Hebrew Bible — featuring a critical text — is an impossible or unimaginable goal. We maintain that the attempt is warranted — and is indeed the goal of textual criticism. It will not be a perfect text, but it will be a valuable contribution to scholarship and will create new tools for future research…

Leia o texto completo.

Visite a página oficial do projeto: The Hebrew Bible: A Critical Edition


The Hebrew Bible: A Critical Edition (HBCE) will be a new critical edition of the Hebrew Bible featuring a critical text and extensive text-critical introduction and commentary. Each book of the Hebrew Bible will be addressed in a separate volume, with a single volume each for the Minor Prophets, the Megillot, and Ezra-Nehemiah. This project represents a departure from the other major textual editions (the Biblia Hebraica Quinta and the Hebrew University Bible), which are diplomatic editions.

Nesta página: teoria e método, participantes, exemplos, versão digital etc.