The Eusebian Canon Tables as a corpus - Organizing paratext within the multiple-text manuscript of the Fourfold Gospel

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Crawford, Matthew 2019. The Eusebian Canon Tables as a corpus - Organizing paratext within the multiple-text manuscript of the Fourfold Gospel. in: A. Bassi, M. Friedrich and M. Maniaci (ed.) The Emergence of Multiple-Text Manuscripts Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter. pp. 107 - 124
AuthorsCrawford, Matthew
EditorsA. Bassi, M. Friedrich and M. Maniaci
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One of the most common multiple-text manuscripts (MTMs) in the Late Antique period was the codex containing the four canonical gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, which originally circulated separately but were collected and bound together as a single manuscript sometime in the third century. Within a generation of the creation of this MTM, it had given rise to the first numerically based cross-referencing system in the ancient world, the so-called Eusebian Canon Tables apparatus. This paratext extended the organizing function of the MTM by ordering the textual content contained within the manuscript, effectively providing the reader with a map by which to navigate the dialectic of sameness and difference among these four texts.

Page range107 - 124
Year2019
Book titleThe Emergence of Multiple-Text Manuscripts
PublisherDe Gruyter
Place of publicationBerlin, Germany
SeriesStudies in Manuscript Cultures; Volume 17
ISBN9783110645934
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110645989
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Research GroupInstitute for Religion and Critical Inquiry
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