He was also the reviser of commentaries on the New Testament in the series of H.
It is of Jewish origin, but in part worked over by a Christian reviser.
To a reviser in Domitian's reign we owe 8,12-14 and 6b, a clause in 9, brat opri ...
When the reviser recast the passage it dealt not with the destruction of Jerusalem, but with the persecution of the Christians.
The destruction of Rome has now become a secondary event: the reviser's thought is fixed on the final strife between the Lamb and the Antichrist.
1, which stands as a title, was probably, even according to the short form of it which is supported by MS. evidence, due to a reviser of the original.
Of the Germanicus Scaliger says - "A better text than that which Grotius has given, it is impossible to give"; but it is probable that Scaliger had himself been the reviser.
It concludes with the usual Deuteronomic 3 Hence, it is to be inferred that the reviser had older written records before him.
Though " some at least of the alterations in Codex Bezae arose through a gradual process, and not through the action of an individual reviser," the revision in question was the work of a single reviser, who in his changes and additions expressed the local interpretation put upon Acts in his own time.
xxii., where what was regarded (by a reviser) as an object unworthy of the religion of Yahweh is now merely commemorative.
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