In the last few years, I have mentioned on two occasions manuscript witnesses to 4 Ezra that have apparently been left out of scholarly discussions focusing on this writing. In this post, I propose two possible reasons for this omission, and discuss why these manuscript sources to 4 Ezra deserve our attention. My interest here is not the decisions made by individual scholars, but rather the assessment schemes embedded in philological paradigms and the structuring effects of disciplinary borders to research practices.Background here and links. Cross-file under "Old Testament Pseudepigrapha Watch."
Saturday, December 26, 2015
Lied on Syriac and Coptic fragments of 4 Ezra
LIV INGEBORG LIED: Two forgotten sources to 4 Ezra.