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Concerning the ending of Mark's Gospel
Shlama Otto,

Yeah, yeah, we know. Why do you think I put this information in this thread? Let me ask you a question - does the palimpsest have the second ending of Mark or it does not? It is a nice story of two spinsters (well, widows) on the quest of some scratched texts. If anyone wants to listen to it here it was.

I beg to differ - listening to this story is not a complete waste of time and I think it might be of interest to some, for example you can learn how you can easily get some honorary university degrees <!-- sWink --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/wink1.gif" alt="Wink" title="Wink" /><!-- sWink -->. You can also learn about the way some of the manuscripts were found and what was considered a "great find" or who was supposed to be "greatly learned". Or that those sisters were determined and learned Greek, Arabic and Hebrew and added Aramaic to that and made a use of it. It is encouraging. This palimpsest is still the oldest NT manuscript in Syriac, isn't it?

With peace and blessings,

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Re: Concerning the ending of Mark's Gospel - by enarxe - 04-14-2009, 09:13 PM

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