May 29th, 2011
I just finished uploading the 27th Ancient Papyrus transcription and translation onto the website.
The new ones this week were as follows:
P9, P35, P39, P78, P91, P95, P98, P101, P102, P103, P104, P106, P107, P108, P109, & P113.
Please click here to go to the Ancient Papyrus webpage.
This webpage is also accessible via either the sidebar to the right, or the drop down menu under Translation above 🙂
May 23rd, 2011
Bit of an early morning (well, for my time zone anyway) update to TWTY: The Greek Basis of the book of Yahuchanon, and a
Transcription and Translation of Papyrus 64 (probably the oldest manuscript to contain text from the eyewitness account of MattithYah/Matthew – in this case the text of Matt 26:7-33).
This means I only have three more Greek Basis to complete: MattithYah, Lucus, and Acts. But as it happens, I’m very much in the mood for doing some more transcriptions and translations of all the oldest known Greek manuscripts of the Renewed Covenant books, so I shall be putting the Greek Basis on hold for the time being. Or knowing me, I’ll probably end up doing it in stages and letting you know when I’ve completed them all fully 🙂
Greek Yahuchanon Webpage |
Papyrus 64 Transcription/Transalation PDF
Edit: For the above, please refer to the Downloads Page.