Paris Manuscript

Paris Manuscript The only uncial MS. of the New Testament thus known consists of two fragments in the National (formerly Royal. later Imperial) Library at Paris (appended to No. 314) usually designated as W of the Gospels (formerly CODEX REGIUS), and containing Lu 9:34-37; Lu 10:12-23. They belong to the 8th century. They have been published by Tischendorf, Monum. Sacra Inedita (1846), who regards them as originally forming part of the same MS. to which the Naples fragment (Wb) belonged. See Tregelles, in Horne's Introd. 4:204; Scrivener, Introd. to N.T. p. 117. SEE MANUSCRIPTS, BIBLICAL.

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