uberdwayne wrote:I have no comprehensive list of these, and I've done little work with the manuscripts themselves, but here are a few things I've noticed while looking at the apparatus in my GNT
ο is often variant with ω and vice versa
"υμεις" is often variant with "ημεις" and vice versa (form doesn't seem to matter)
uberdwayne wrote:spellings of names such as δαυιδ vs δαβιδ Ματθαιον vs Μαθθαιον. Often double consenants get reduced to single consonants, but I can't think of any examples of that, I know I ran into a few in the first couple of champters in Mark.
uberdwayne wrote:If your willing to go through an apparatus, Wilbur Pickering has a GNT (base text is Kr) with an apparatus with 6 or 7 published editions as well as a number of Uncials. It is available for download here: http://www.walkinhiscommandments.com/pickering2.htm. Its not completely exhaustive, but it might give you a good idea of what you are looking for.
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