In Burkitt's Early Eastern Christianity.
C. Burkitt's The Gospel History (1906) vigorously sketches the book's dominant characteristics and true function.
Nor Apoc. The Peshito version, in regard to which Professor Burkitt's view is now pretty generally accepted, that it was the work of Rabbula, bishop of Edessa, 411-433, added the 3 Epp. Cath.
Prof. Burkitt's Gospel History and its Transmission appeared in 1906.
C. Burkitt's " Old Latin and the Itala " (Texts and Studies, iv.
[The text of this version is best given, with a literal English translation, in F.C. Burkitt's Evangelion da Mepharreshe (Cambridge, 1904)] 2.
Of Burkitt's Evangelion da Mepharreshe.] Egyptian Versions.
A more probable suggestion is Burkitt's, who thinks that many readings in our present Old Syriac MSS.
C. Burkitt's 2 careful examination of the quotations from the Gospels in the other works of Ephraim; he shows conclusively that in all the undoubtedly genuine works the quotations are from a pre-Peshitta text.
Pp. 180-186 of Burkitt's Evangelion Da-Mepharreshe (Cambridge, 1904); articles on "Aphraates and Monasticism," by R.