Sigla (Sigla_IV_XXX)
(324 words)


A dot placed under a letter in the transcription indicates that the letter is visually uncertain, even if the context makes the reading certain. Letters having the supralinear stroke are also dotted when the supralinear stroke is lost in a lacuna. Dots on the line outside of brackets in the transcription indicate missing letters that cannot be restored but of which vestiges of ink remain. Three dots on the line in the translation indicate the presence of substantial untranslatable material.

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Square brackets indicate a lacuna in the MS where it is believed writing once…

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Robinson, James M., “Sigla (Sigla_IV_XXX)”, in: The Coptic Gnostic Library — A Complete Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, Editor in Chief: James M. Robinson. Consulted online on 20 November 2018 <>
First published online: 2012

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