A TC Makeover for NT Gateway (Plus, a Complete Edition of Tregelles on the Internet!)

Holger Szesnat, a recent addition to Mark Goodacre’s team at the revamped NT Gateway, has added a number of excellent resources to the Textual Criticism page. Check out these and other classic and contemporary offerings:

Moreover, this evening I discovered that a beautiful, high-resolution scan of Tregelles’ The Greek New Testament (1857-1872), an individual effort equaled only by Tischendorf, is available for download here. The work is available in separate files that essentially follow the divisions of the original, progressively published volumes:

Just to whet your appetite, here’s an image from Romans 4-5:



2 Responses to “A TC Makeover for NT Gateway (Plus, a Complete Edition of Tregelles on the Internet!)”

  1. September 8, 2009 at 8:21 am

    Cool, thanks! I’d seen the updates on NT Gateway but I hadn’t bothered to look through any of the material. I’m glad that Keith’s dissertation is now available because when I first came across it the link led to some other dissertation on an unrelated subject. If memory serves I believe he’s publishing (or has published) it with Brill.

    • September 8, 2009 at 6:34 pm

      My pleasure! I exchanged a couple e-mails with Chris this summer… I’m incredibly intrigued by his thesis, but at first glance it seems difficult to prove! I hope he’ll forgive me if I opt for a free download here instead of an incredibly expensive Brill volume. 😉

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