Diplomatic Edition

The text continues in MONB.GL 29-30 and MONB.XJ 33-34 which are parallel witnesses to each other.

ANNIS Metadata

annotation: Rebecca Krawiec, Caroline T. Schroeder, David Sriboonreuang, Amir Zeldes
author: Shenoute
collection: Papyrussammlung
Coptic_edition: none
corpus: shenoute.eagerness
country: Egypt
document_cts_urn: urn:cts:copticLit:shenoute.eagerness.monbgl_29
endnote: The text continues in MONB.GL 29-30 and MONB.XJ 33-34 which are parallel witnesses to each other.
entities: gold
identities: gold
idno: K 9322
language: Sahidic Coptic
license: CC-BY 4.0
msContents_title_n: 5
msContents_title_type: Discourses
msItem_title: I See Your Eagerness
msName: MONB.GL
next: urn:cts:copticLit:shenoute.eagerness.monbxj_33_34
note: Transcribed in Vienna by David Brakke, July 2006; collated in Vienna by Stephen Emmel, March 2007; transcription does not record spaces and paleographic rendition of letters other than ekthetics. David Brakke and Andrew Crislip published a translation of I See Your Eagerness in their book Selected Discourses of Shenoute the Great (Cambridge University Press, 2015), p. 93.
objectType: codex
origDate: between 900 and 1200 C.E.
origDate_notAfter: 1200
origDate_notBefore: 0900
origDate_precision: medium
origPlace: White Monastery
pages_from: 29
pages_to: 29
parsing: automatic
people: Zeus
placeName: Atripe
places: none
previous: urn:cts:copticLit:shenoute.eagerness.monbgf_17_18
project: Coptic SCRIPTORIUM
redundant: no
repository: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
segmentation: checked
source: David Brakke, Stephen Emmel
tagging: checked
title: I See Your Eagerness: GL 29
translation: none
Trismegistos: none
version_date: 2020-08-31
version_n: 4.0.0
witness: The first part of MONB.GL 29-30 has no parallel witnesses; the remainder of MONB.GL 29-30, which is parallel to MONB.XJ 33-34, is in urn:cts:copticLit:shenoute.eagerness.monbgl_29_30

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