errata, blunder, omissions can leave modern readers in the dark - David Parker and Uspensky

Steven Avery

The following year a Russian monk. Porphyry Uspenski, visited Sinai. He found some fragments of the manuscript which had been used for bookbinding, and took them back to St Petersburg. David Parker, p. 3-4
Uspensky actually saw the full manuscript, a critical piece of historical information, and described the books (no intimation that Hermas was incomplete). Parker must have known that, so why omit the info?
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