CSNTM’s digital collections research fellow, Denis Salgado, answers the question, “What is a colophon?” in this installment of the Ask the Prof series. Colophons provide us with information giving us insight into the context of a particular document’s production. Denis shares what some of those details were, how researchers analyze them, and how these littleContinue reading Ask the Prof: What is a Colophon?
Welcome to the Colophon! In this space on CSNTM.org, we hope to connect with more of you. Even more, we hope to provide a bridge that helps our website users connect to the long tradition of preserving the text of the New Testament. Some visitors to our website hop right over to the digital collectionContinue reading Welcome to the Colophon
By: Leigh Ann Hyde and Laura Bandy CSNTM photographed GA 545 in 2008 on an expedition to the University of Michigan’s library in Ann Arbor. At first glance, it appears similar to its contemporaries with its minuscule script. However, each individual manuscript does more than simply contribute to an enormous textual tradition of the NewContinue reading From the Library Christmas Edition: GA 545
By: Denis Salgado, Guest Contributor L60 (Paris, Grec 375) is an eleventh-century New Testament (NT) Greek lectionary. The NT lectionary is a codex in which multiple NT passages (or lections) were arranged in a specific sequence according to the liturgical year, in order to be read publicly in churches and monasteries. L60 intercalates passages fromContinue reading Lectionary 60: Who, When, Where? (From the Library)