MARK16 is proud to announce the publication of its Manuscript Room API on Github:
MARK16 has hopen the 3rd part of its VRE on the 12th September: MATERIAL, https://material-mark16.sib.swiss
MARK16 Material gathers together printed and digital open access editions and secondary literature, as well as multimedia material, about the last chapter of the Gospel according of Mark. It also provides a link to a Zotero bibliography.
Our team is very grateful to all the publishers and colleagues who have agreed to have their material in open access on our project website: Brill, B&H, ETR, de Gruyter, Gorgias Press, Henoch Journal, Herder, Labor et Fides, Mohr Siebeck, Peeters, SBL Press, and T&T Clark. And: David Alan Black, Darrell L. Bock, Corina Combet, Elian Cuvillier, Keith J. Elliott, Gregor Emmenegger, Camille Focant, Jörg Frey, Christian Grappe, Stephen Hultgren, Larry W. Hurtado, James, Kelhoffer, Gert van Oyen, Maurice Robinson, and Dan Wallace
MARK16 is proud to announce the publication of 5 new manuscripts with folios of Mk 16 in Latin (VL 16 by Elisa Nury), Coptic (sa 474 by Anne Boud’hors and Sofia Torallas Tovar), Syriac (syH4 by Albert Frey and Sara Schulthess), Classical Ethiopic (Eth 4 by Damien Lababie) and Georgian, new language (geo 2 by Bernard Outtier). We are very grateful to all these colleagues! Last but not least, 3 new folios of GA 2937, with Mark commentary, are available with an English translation thanks to Mina Monier. Just take a look at https://mr-mark16.sib.swiss
The manuscript room is a collective work, and we are particularly grateful to Mina Monier, Jonathan Barda, and our Core-IT colleagues Silavano Alda and Vassilios Ioannidis for all their work on that!
Just look at it! In OA on SERVAL, University of Lausanne library open public repository, with the kind editors agreement:
Clivaz, Claire. “Looking at Scribal Practices in the Endings of Mark 16”, Henoch 42 (2020/2), special issue edited by P. Pouchelle and J.-S. Rey, p. 373-390.