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Greenfield, Gulielmi (William)Novum Testamentum Ad Exemplar Miilianum Cum Emendationibus et Lectionibus Griesbachii Praecipuis Vocibus Ellipticis, Thematibus Omnium Vocum Difficilorum, Atque Locis Scripturae Parallelis London S. Bagster and Sons 1829 Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Gilt title in English on brown blind embossed boards which have a very small mark to front and a mark to back with a little wear to spine head and corner tips. Internally there is some light foxing to closed edges else very clean, tight and unmarked. Not dated nor edition stated although collates with British Library edition of 1829. 565 pages. TEXT IN GREEK is printed in three columns. The Griesbach hypothesis, named after Johann Jakob Griesbach, is an early 19th-century solution to the synoptic problem which gives priority to the Gospel of Matthew, portrays the Gospel of Luke as based on it, and the Gospel of Mark as based on both. This hypothesis was proposed as an alternative to the currently-prevailing theories of Marcan priority and the two-source hypothesis. A well kept small volume. **** NOT EX LIB **** Price: