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  1. I am afraid I have another CNTTS question. Concerning Mt 12:23 there is a lacunae for P64–67. The CNTTS explains that a dash means "A few papyri were originally catalogued separately, but they are now widely recognized as different pages from the same manuscript." Being the SAME manuscript needs to be in the same cent, but P64 is from the 2nd cent and P67 from the 10th cent. So how can 8 centuries apart possibly be considered the same mss? Thank you for any clarity anyone is able to provide. Sincerely, Kristin
  2. This question is super basic, but I just want to double check that I am understanding the CNTTS correctly. So I will clarify my understanding, and I would appreciate confirmation or correction about this. My understanding is that the 0 refers to the base text which means it is identical to the Greek Bible. (I am aware that the NA28 is a different Bible then the UBS3 which Acc doesn't sell, but my understanding is that the two texts are really close. So we can pretend I am reading the UBS3...) So 0 stands for the identical reading as the normal Greek Bible I am reading. So for example, Mt 1:1 says Βίβλος γενέσεως Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ υἱοῦ Δαυὶδ υἱοῦ Ἀβραάμ. That means the 0 text also says Βίβλος γενέσεως Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ υἱοῦ Δαυὶδ υἱοῦ Ἀβραάμ. Skipping down to variation 1:1-3.0, it just has the word Χριστου and nothing else. This means that this mss is completely identical to the base text apart from that Χριστου no longer has a circumflex. Under that is another variation with again only one word of χ̅υ̅. So that means that the text is identical to the base text except for Christ in nomen sacrum. So these mss following this variation say Βίβλος γενέσεως Ἰησοῦ χ̅υ̅ υἱοῦ Δαυὶδ υἱοῦ Ἀβραάμ. Is this correct? So following that logic, that is how it works with all variations, that the CNTTS just lists the variation, so if they don't say anything (as in, not typing out the rest of the sentence) that means the verse is the same as the base except this one little thing. If there are more variations, then it will list more and not just one word. Am I understanding this correctly? Thank you for anyone who can clarify this. Sincerely, Kristin
  3. I am trying to search for all of the instances of P45 in the CNTTS where text actually occurs. If I search for P45 I get 21,525 hits, but 99% of these hits say lacunae. Is there a way to filter it so it only shows few P45 hits where text occurs? Thanks, Kristin
  4. In the CNTTS Apparatus, the variation type Z is defined as "Singular, this variation unit only has a single Greek witness to what might be a significant reading or only has Latin support." However, in actual usage a search for variation type Z points to textual varients that have many supporting manuscripts. Am I misunderstanding? I would like to use the CNTTS module in Accordance to find all the places where P66, for instance, has a reading that no other manuscript has. Is this possible? - Dave Hagelberg
  5. In the CNTTS Apparatus introductory materials, the variation type Z is defined as "Singular, this variation unit only has a single Greek witness to what might be a significant reading or only has Latin support." However, in actual usage a search for variation type Z points to textual variants that have many supporting manuscripts. Am I misunderstanding? I would like to use the CNTTS module in Accordance to find all the places where a particular manuscript, P66 for instance, has a reading that no other manuscript has. Is this possible? How can it be done? It seems to me that comparing the density of singular readings of manuscripts would be a fairly objective indicator of the relative quality of those manuscripts, so the searches I am trying to do could be meaningful. - Dave Hagelberg
  6. Kristin

    CNTTS Lacunae meaning

    To anyone who is familiar with the CNTTS, I am having some confusion concerning the meaning of "Lacunae." I know that Lacunae means that "the manuscript is not extant for this reading or passage," but I am unsure how it differs from OM (Omit, the base reading is omitted). Thank you for any help anyone can provide. Sincerely, Kristin
  7. Michael J. Bolesta

    CNTTS and Easy Install

    I have CNTTS Apparatus revised and its predecessor, CNTTS Apparatus. I removed the latter, but then Easy Install prompted me to re-install it. It does not prompt me to install other revised modules (like Hermeneia2 NT or earlier versions of ACCS). One cannot even purchase the older CNTTS Apparatus anymore. Is there a reason for this? In the big picture it is minor, but I did wish to report it.
  8. I know the NIDNTT and the Comfort NT Commentary have similar information with the NIDNTT having MUCH MUCH more. Which module is actually more useful? Thanks in advance! Jeff
  9. I am not sure what is going on with CNTTS search fields. I have two workspaces opened, each with the CNTTS. I note, however, the two instances of CNTTS have different search fields. See the screenshots below. Could someone help me figure out what is going on here? I launch Accordance 10.3.3.1 by clicking on a workspace file instead of the program executable. thanks, David
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