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annotation: Rebecca Krawiec, Lance Martin, Amir Zeldes, Caroline T. Schroeder
author: Shenoute
collection: Borgia Collection
Coptic_edition: Zoega 1810, 429–431; Amélineau 1907–14, 1:262–265
corpus: shenoute.those
country: Egypt
document_cts_urn: urn:cts:copticLit:shenoute.those.monbgf.0-4
endnote: A two page (1 folio) lacuna follows.
entities: automatic
identities: checked
idno: IB3 f. 80r-f. 81v
language: Sahidic Coptic
license: CC-BY 4.0
msContents_title_n: 5
msContents_title_type: Discourses
msItem_title: God Says Through Those Who Are His
msName: MONB.GF
next: urn:cts:shenoute.those.monbgf:7-11
note: Collated by Stephen Emmell, March 2005. Emmel compared his collation with both Amelineau and Zoega, with Zoega being the more accurate but includes standard punctuation. The editors note the first 14 lines are in a slightly right-sloping script, with elaborate (but not colored) headband. At the start of line 1 there is an asterisk, and thereafter a column of diples alternating with straight lines. David Brakke and Andrew Crislip published an English translation of the text God Says Through Those Who Are His in their book Selected Discourses of Shenoute the Great (Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 266-277.
objectType: codex
order: 01
origDate: between 900 and 1200 C.E.
origDate_notAfter: 1200
origDate_notBefore: 0900
origDate_precision: low
origPlace: White Monastery
pages_from: 253
pages_to: 256
parsing: automatic
paths_authors: 95
paths_manuscripts: 403
paths_works: 364
people: Cronus; Devil; Hecate; Jesus; Lot (biblical person)
placeName: Atripe
places: Sodom and Gomorrah
project: Coptic SCRIPTORIUM
redundant: No
repository: Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli
segmentation: checked
source: Stephen Emmel, David Brakke
tagging: checked
title: God Says Through Those Who Are His: GF 253-256
translation: none
Trismegistos: none
version_date: 2020-08-31
version_n: 4.0.0
witness: No parallel witness

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