Peshitta

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Peshitta

(pəˈʃiːtə) or

Peshito

n
(Bible) the principal Syriac version of the Bible
[C18 Peshito, from Syriac]
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Some similarity in syntax between the CPA and Syriac Gospels is not surprising, since both are translations from the Greek.
30 (|Codex Sinaiticus' of the Old Syriac Gospels): the leaf which Mrs Lewis reported as missing in 1901 (A leaf stolen from the Sinai palimpsest', Expository Times 13, 405-6) is happily back in place; another section of the palimpsest text has recently been identified by S.
Likewise, although I have discussed some relevant passages from the Old Syriac Gospels that have been cited in the literature, I have not engaged in a full survey of the Old Syriac Gospels, because, since it is possible that the Greek textual basis of the latter may have been different from that of the New Testament Peshitta version (e.g., Brock 2006: 33-35), comparing the Old Syriac and Peshitta readings could introduce complex text-critical issues that are at best peripheral to this study.
The Old Syriac Gospels: Studies and Comparative Translations.
Comparative Edition of the Syriac Gospels, Aligning the Sinaiticus, Curetonianus, Pesh[hat{i}]tt[hat{a}] and Harklean Versions.
The latest version of the Syriac Gospels is known as the Harklean version, after Thomas of Harqel (Heraklea), who lived in the seventh century.
In the introduction, Falla calls attention to the problem of the relationship between the Peshitta Gospels and its predecessors, namely the Old Syriac Gospels and the Diatessaron (pp.
Muraoka, "On the Nominal Clause in the Old Syriac Gospels," JSS 20 (1975): 28-37.