Cute little TC Resource – Kata Markon

I finally have a copy of James Snapp’s cute little Greek majuscule text of the Gospel of Mark. It is written with a charming Greek font and it follows what he calls a “proto-Byzantine text.” Can’t say I’m into James’ approach to reconstructing the NT, but I find it a good classroom resource to hand out to show students what it might have been like to have a notebook version of Mark in the early church and what it is like to read in majuscule form.

The text is available on-line at Text Excavation. James hopes to do a PDF or ebook version one day. Here’s a clip of it:

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