In GA 1210, an f1 reading appears
in Mk 16:7, and the short form of f1's
note is between Mk 16:8 and 16:9.
A lection-label for Mark 16:9-20
appears at the top of the page
(Heoth. #3) with the incipit-phrase.
19 – εστι [=1210]
|In GA 22, the same variant appears |
in Mk 16:7, and the same note appears
between Mk. 16:8 and 16:9.
|In 1582, the long form of f1's note appears|
between Mark 16:8 and 16:9.
“The chapter about the adulteress: in the Gospel according to John, this does not appear in the majority of copies; nor is it commented upon by the divine fathers whose interpretations have been preserved – specifically, by John Chrysostom and Cyril of Alexandria; nor is it taken up by Theodore of Mopsuestia and the others. For this reason, it was not kept in the place where it is found in a few copies, at the beginning of the 86th chapter [that is, the 86th Eusebian section], following, ‘Search and see that a prophet does not arise out of
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