Coptic New Testament Fragments in the Brigham Young University Collection
New Testament, Coptic, New testament Fragments
In this paper we examine the recently discovered Sahidic Coptic fragments of the New Testament in the BYU collection. These fragments are important for the transmission of the Sahidic Coptic New Testament since some of them date to the seventh or eighth century and represent relatively early attestations of the Coptic New Testament. Additionally, the fragments contain a few interesting textual variants that are of importance for considering the transmission of the New Testament in Coptic.
Original Publication Citation
“Coptic New Testament Fragments in the Brigham Young University Collection.” Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies 6 (2014): 59–88 (co-authored with Thomas A. Wayment).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Blumell, Lincoln H. and Wayment, Thomas A., "Coptic New Testament Fragments in the Brigham Young University Collection" (2014). Faculty Publications. 3449.
Canadian Society for Coptic Study