June 6, 2010
Excerpt from: Studia Biblica et Ecclesiastica Vol. 5, (Oxford, 1903, repr.2006),
Note regarding content and marginal scholia
11. Studies in Biblical and Patristic Criticism or
Studia Biblica et Ecclesiastica Vol. 5, (Oxford, 1903, repr.2006),
"Texts from Mount Athos", Kirsopp Lake,
Sect. VII: Catalogue of Bibl.MSS,
Iveron Library, p. 173. note (i.e., Iveron MS#) 22.
The note reads as follows (Eng. translation added):
"22. Iver. 56 (Evan. 1006) [i.e., Gosp. MS. GA-1006:] (11th c) ff. 221 col. I. Evv. apoc. κεφ. τιτ. amm. eus. tab. - κεφ. στιχ. (,βχ ,ακ ,βω ,βτ) subs. intro. lect. syn. (imperfect) Ep. ad Carp.
Text is ordinary, but in Mt. 8:13 add. και υποστρεψας κ.τ.λ.,
And in the Pericope Adulterae there are two notes:
(1) το κεφαλαιον τουτου του κατα Θωμαν ευαγγελιου εστιν,
[ "this section is of [in] the Gospel According to Thomas " ]
(2) εγραφεν εκαστον αυτων αμαρτιας.
[ "He (Jesus) wrote the sins of each." ]
At the end there are many extracts from Patristic writers. We noted the following: Titus of Bostra, Kosmas, Eusebius, Dionysius the Areopagite, Hesychius, Chrysostom, Theodore of Mops., Ammonius, Origen."
Modern Footnote: It should hardly need to be added that the (post 11th cent.) anonymous note suggesting the PA came from or was found in the Gospel of Thomas is essentially worthless as it stands!