The Prayer of the Apostle Paul - 1,1: A.1 - B.10 (TPOTAP)
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I. Bibliography

Rodolph Kasser et al., ‛Oratio Pauli Apostoli’ , Tractatus Tripartitus Partes II et III, (Bern) Francke

II. Language

Originally composed in Greek, the Pr. Paul is preserved only in Coptic translation, the sole extant copy of which is written in a practically pure Subachmimic that displays few remarkable features.

The suffix pronoun of the 1st pers. sing., whether used as object of a preposition or infinitive, or as subject in a conjugational prefix, is consistently spelled either ⲉⲓ A.4,9,18,20,33) or ⲓ̈ A.3,6,7,15); for the i-s…

Cite this page
Mueller, Dieter, “The Prayer of the Apostle Paul - 1,1: A.1 - B.10 (TPOTAP)”, in: The Coptic Gnostic Library — A Complete Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, Editor in Chief: James M. Robinson. Consulted online on 26 March 2017
First published online: 2012

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