Sinajski rukopis

Sinajski rukopis (lat. Codex Sinaiticus), označavan sa ili 01 (Gregory-Aland), je rukopis Starog zaveta i Novog zaveta[1]. Jedna od najstarijih i najznačajnijih rukopisa je Novi Zavet, napisan je na grčkom jeziku, u obliku kodeksa, koja datira sa početka 4. veka. Sinajski rukopis napisan je na tankom pergamentu, dimenzija 37×34 cm[1].

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faksimil (1862)

Rukopis sadrži Varnavina poslanica i Pastir Germi[1].

Novi Zavet sačuvan u celini, u Starom Zavetu nedostaje:

  • 1 Mojs 23,19 – 1 Mojs 24,46 — fragmenti
  • 4 Mojs 5,26–4 Mojs 7,20 — fragmenti
  • Prva dnevnika 9,27–1 Prva dnevnika 19,17[2][3]

Grčki tekst rukopisa odražava aleksandrijski tip teksta[4][1].

 
Konstantin Tišendorf

Pronađen u 1844. godine u manastiru Sv. Katarine na Sinaju Konstantinom Tišendorfom[5]. Prvo celovito fototipsko izdanje je objavljeno 1911. godine[6].

Do 1933. godine, 2/3 kodeksa se nalazio u Petrogradu, kad je prodat Britanskom muzeju za 100.000 funti[7].

Danas se čuva u Britanskoj biblioteci (British Library), biblioteci Univerziteta u Lajpcigu, na Sinaju i u Ruskoj nacionalnoj biblioteci[1].

 
Manastir Sv. Katarini na Sinaju

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NapomeneUredi

  1. 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3 1,4 Kurt Aland und Barbara Aland, Der Text des Neuen Testaments. Einführung in die wissenschaftlichen Ausgaben sowie in Theorie und Praxis der modernen Textkritik, Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart 1981, SS. 117-118. ISBN 3-438-06011-6.
  2. Würthwein Ernst (1987). Der Text des Alten Testaments, Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, p. 85.
  3. Henry Barclay Swete, An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek (Cambridge 1902), pp. 129-130.
  4. Metzger, Bruce M.; Ehrman, Bart D. (2005), The Text of the New Testament: Its Transmission, Corruption, and Restoration. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 66-67.
  5. Tischendorf, Constantin von (1866), When Were Our Gospels Written?, An Argument by Constantine Tischendorf. With a Narrative of the Discovery of the Sinaitic Manuscript, New York: American Tract Society.
  6. Kirsopp Lake, Codex Sinaiticus Petropolitanus: The New Testament, the Epistle of Barnabas and the Shepherd of Hermas, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1911).
  7. T. C. Skeat, A four years work on the Codex Sinaiticus: Significant discoveries in reconditioned ms., in: T. C. Skeat and J. K. Elliott, The collected biblical writings of T. C. Skeat, Brill 2004, p. 9.

LiteraturaUredi

  • Tischendorf, Constantin von, Fragmentum Codicis Friderico-Augustani ex Iesaia et Ieremia in: Monumenta sacra inedita (Leipzig 1855), vol. I, pp. 211 ff.
  • Tischendorf, Constantin von (1866), When Were Our Gospels Written?, An Argument by Constantine Tischendorf. With a Narrative of the Discovery of the Sinaitic Manuscript, New York: American Tract Society.
  • Schneider, Ulrich Johannes (ed.) (2007). Codex Sinaiticus. Geschichte und Erschließung der «Sinai-Bibel». Leipzig: Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig.
  • Christian–B. Amphoux, Codex Vaticanus B: Les points diacritiques des marges de Marc, Journal of Theological Studies vol. 58 (2007), pp. 440-466.

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