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Marginal note to the comma Iohanneum (1 John 5,7–8).  

Marginal note to the comma Iohanneum (1 John 5,7–8).  

Context in source publication

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... princeps, now in Madrid, is closely related to the circles of the Complutensian scholars, see Domingo Malvadi, 'Pinciano' (op. cit. n. 8), 53-55. 20 See M. A. Screech, 'Introduction' , Reeve (1990), xi-xxv, here xxi-xxiii. 21 His arguments are: The Greek text on KK2 r over-runs into the lower margin and has the maximum of lines (54, most have 53) (Fig. 2); one can see that the capital letters are worn, es- pecially one capital "I" on KK5 v (Fig. 3). present in the original printing, the decision to add a posteriori a marginal note would imply the re-composition of the whole gathering. This is not accurate, as it would have been enough to pass the existing copies through the press (as ...