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Claire Clivaz is a research associate at the Institute of Religions, Spiritualities, Cultures and Societies (UCLouvain, BE). She is involved in researching the DH and the manuscripts of the New Testament, including the following: the Codex Bezae (VL 1), Judeo-Christians and New Testament manuscripts, women in Ancient Christianity, Open science and Open Research Data.

Codex Bobbiensis: Mark 15 transcribed

Elisa Nury (Unige, CH) graciously transcribed the folios 36r to 39v (Mark 15) in the Codex Bobbiensis (G.VII.15 or VL 1). Available on Nakala : https://nakala.fr/10.34847/nkl.f1fff79f

Images of the manuscript: https://bobbiensis.sib.swiss

Interested to work on some folios of the Codex Bobbiensis?  Do not hesitate to announce yourself @ claire.clivaz@uclouvain.be

Claire Clivaz

Claire Clivaz is a research associate at the Institute of Religions, Spiritualities, Cultures and Societies (UCLouvain, BE). She is involved in researching the DH and the manuscripts of the New Testament, including the following: the Codex Bezae (VL 1), Judeo-Christians and New Testament manuscripts, women in Ancient Christianity, Open science and Open Research Data.

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MARK16 Monier’s book accepted (Brill)

As MARK16 PI, I am more than proud to announce that this 2018-2023 project has produced still a new fruit. A monograph of Mina Monier has been accepted by Brill, NTTSD series:

When Jesus Rose Early: Texts and Paratexts of Mark 16 in Newly Examined Manuscripts (NTTSD), Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
 
Stay tuned to read it, and congratulations to our MARK16 post-doc Mina! The MARK16 project has produced an amount of new material available in the online manuscript room: https://mr-mark16.sib.swiss
 
No doubt that the quest about Mark’s ending(s)  is now relaunched.

Claire Clivaz

Claire Clivaz is a research associate at the Institute of Religions, Spiritualities, Cultures and Societies (UCLouvain, BE). She is involved in researching the DH and the manuscripts of the New Testament, including the following: the Codex Bezae (VL 1), Judeo-Christians and New Testament manuscripts, women in Ancient Christianity, Open science and Open Research Data.

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Jésus au mont des Oliviers pour le grand public

J’ai le plaisir de vous annoncer un nouvel ouvrage grand public, dont le manuscrit d’auteure est à disposition en libre accès (CC BY-NC-ND): Claire Clivaz, Un combat dans la nuit. Fiction narrative sur Jésus au mont des Oliviers (2024), http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/285738

Il présente de manière narrative neuf points de vue sur la prière de Jésus au mont des Oliviers chez Luc (Luc 22,39-46), et plus largement sur ce troisième évangile canonique. Le premier est un médecin grec personnage de fiction (Léonidas), les huit autres sont historiques (Etienne Bar Soudaïli, Jeanne femme de Chouza, Judas Iscariote, Théophile, Jésus de Nazareth, Marie de Magdala, Hippolyte de Rome et l’auteure du livre). Ce genre littéraire agréable à la lecture souhaite mettre à disposition d’un large public les avancées de la recherche en Nouveau Testament. A la mode de Paul Veyne, Michel Foucault ou Jacques Legoff, il revendique la place de l’imaginaire dans l’appropriation de la documentation historique. Histoire et imaginaire ont l’une et l’autre droit de cité dans la spiritualité.

Claire Clivaz

Claire Clivaz is a research associate at the Institute of Religions, Spiritualities, Cultures and Societies (UCLouvain, BE). She is involved in researching the DH and the manuscripts of the New Testament, including the following: the Codex Bezae (VL 1), Judeo-Christians and New Testament manuscripts, women in Ancient Christianity, Open science and Open Research Data.

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“In culgotham locum”: a strange variant in Mark 15:22 in VL 1 (Codex Bobbiensis)

When one mets Codex Bobbiensis (VL 1), one cannot stop to look at it and think about it. Whereas I am working about it for my next book, Elisa Nury, researcher at UNIGE, is transcribing some of its folios and highlighted an interesting feature (data on Nakala : https://doi.org/10.34847/nkl.f1fff79f). Images of the manuscript: https://bobbiensis.sib.swiss

In Mark 15:22, one finds a strange variant for «Golgotha», «Culgotha». Nury suggests in footnote this explanation based on Gilles Quispell:

“The spelling culgotham, which I have found nowhere else attested, may be a vocalisation of the Hebrew word and seems to indicate that in North Africa, the oral translation of the Gospel during church services was made by a Jew, and led to the Afra tradition that is found in codex VL 1 and VL 2 (Quispell 2008: 427). The same influence of a Jewish lector may explain the expression cene pure in f.39v, line 2 (Quispell 2008: 426-427)”.

Gilles Quispell, “African Christianity Before Tertullian and Minucius Felix”, in J. van Oort (ed.) Gnostica, Judaica, Catholica. Collected Essays of Gilles Quispell, 2008, Leiden: Brill, p. 387-459.

Claire Clivaz

Claire Clivaz is a research associate at the Institute of Religions, Spiritualities, Cultures and Societies (UCLouvain, BE). She is involved in researching the DH and the manuscripts of the New Testament, including the following: the Codex Bezae (VL 1), Judeo-Christians and New Testament manuscripts, women in Ancient Christianity, Open science and Open Research Data.

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