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Kristin posted a topic in General Accordance TopicsI am not sure if I am supposed to be writing here or contacting sales, so I will try here and if I am mistaken someone can let me know. I own "Apocryphal Gospels (Greek and English)" which is product AGOSP-T and has some Latin. The product states: Greek/English (and a few Latin) texts include: Gospel of Thomas (Greek fragments) Infancy Gospel of Thomas Gospel of Peter Secret Gospel of Mark Protevangelium of James Gospel of Mary Acts of Pilate Christ’s Descent into Hell Numerous fragments of other works. Since it does not have chapters, I am trying to find the first verse of each of these. So I went through looking for the start of each section and am running into a few issues. First, there are at least 10 sections, but I can only find 9, so I guess the "numerous fragments" are at the end, but not marked? More importantly though, I am having a hard time matching them. i have found: Thom. 0 Naz. 3 Ebion. 1 Hebr. 2 Peter 1:0 Keryg. 7 3Infan. 1:1 Pilate 0:0 Agrapha 4 Thom is obviously Thomas, and Peter is obviously Peter, but they don't seem to be lined up the same and I am having a hard time figuring out what is what. This is also since the Greek version starts with Naz. 3, but the Latin with Naz. 1. So I started with the Latin since it was earlier, but then I realized that most of it is just Greek (as the module told me...). Could someone familiar with this module help me match the start verse of each of the sections? I don't really care if it is in Latin or Greek, I just need the start of all the sections. Thank you for any help anyone is able to provide. Kristin
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