Item number 5168 ISBN 978-3-438-05168-4 Publisher: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft Cover: Hardcover Number of pages 718 Weight: 981 g
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Edited by the Institute for New Testament Textual Research, Münster/Germany
5th, Revised Edition Standard edition Hardcover red.
Following intensive preparatory work, the Fifth Edition of the UBS Greek New Testament ("UBS 5") has now been published. The most widely used edition of the Greek New Testament worldwide is thus now available in a fundamentally revised, improved edition.
The readings of the newly discovered Papyri 117 - 127 have been incorporated into this edition, thereby opening up interesting perspectives particularly for the Acts of Apostles. Besides, it is now displayed in the apparatus, where selected modern Bible translations (English, German, French, Spanish) are based on a variant reading rather than the principle version of the text.
A special focus of the revision was on the Catholic Epistles, in which the edition has been made consistent with the Second Edition of the "Editio Critica Maior" and the 28th Edition of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece. This led to more than thirty modifications in the reading text and resulted in a new selection of witnesses for the textual apparatus, in addition to modifications of the selection of apparatus units.
Finally, the Discourse Segmentation Apparatus has undergone thorough revision.
The edition was typeset with a new, aestetically appealing and readily legible Greek font (see "More Information" below the product description).
The Institute for New Testament Textual Research (INTF)
The INTF is a university institute in Münster (Germany). Its general task is research on the textual history of the Greek New Testament and the reconstruction of its initial text. Apart from Novum Testamentum Graece ("Nestle-Aland") the INTF also publishes the UBS Greek New Testament and the Editio Critica Maior for the German Bible Society.
the maps from the UBS Greek New Testament
A Reader's Edition Details
- Every vocabulary word occurring 30 times or less in the New Testament is translated at the bottom of the page on which it occurs
- Idiomatic word combinations defined
- Difficult verb forms parsed
- Textual notes highlighting the most important differences between major Greek manuscripts
- OT references in the margin
- Appendix including vocabulary words occuring more than 30 times in the New Testament
- With the maps of the UBS Greek New Testament