superb resources for Hermas (and Barnabas) linguistics

Steven Avery

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Two or three PBF urls are currently in a private section

James Donaldson
the James Donaldson linguistic argument that Barnabas and Hermas are not 4th century
https://www.purebibleforum.com/inde...-barnabas-and-hermas-are-not-4th-century.140/

Anton Hilhorst
Sémitismes et latinismes dans le Pasteur d'Hermas (1976)
https://books.google.com/books?id=bU7PvgEACAAJ
https://repository.ubn.ru.nl/handle/2066/148525

Martin Leutzsch - may be best collation source
Papiasfragmente: Hirt des Hermas (Schriften des Urchristentums, Band 3) Körtner, Ulrich H - (1998)
Amazon
https://www.amazon.de/Papiasfragmente-Hirt-Hermas-Schriften-Urchristentums/dp/3534140680
AbeBooks
https://www.abebooks.com/9783534140688/Schriften-Urchristentums-Bde-Bd.3-Papiasfragmente-3534140680/
Worldcat
Boston College,
Princeton Ithaca

Rob Heaton - charts of papyri and Sinaiticus section in Hermas
https://www.academia.edu/30358177/T...e_Unchristened_Text_of_the_Shepherd_of_Hermas
https://udenver.academia.edu/RobHeaton/CurriculumVitae
https://robheaton.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/shepherd-mss-robheaton-com1.pdf
https://robheaton.com/category/shepherd-of-hermas/
PBF page
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Joseph Verheyden
https://purebibleforum.com/index.ph...verheyden-sinaiticus-related-scholarship.556/

Hermas - Visions - Commandments - Mandates - sections in 1859 Simoneidos, and New Finds
https://www.purebibleforum.com/inde...-1859-simoneidos-and-new-finds.759/#post-1587
Hermas has a dual referencing system, it can either be numbered as one book of 114 chapters or as:
visions (five)
mandates or commandments (twelve)
similitudes, or parables. (ten)
The textexcavation site of ben smith is very helpful with the layout.
The shepherd of hermas
http://www.textexcavation.com/shepherdhermas.html

Paul Cecconi
https://www.purebibleforum.com/index.php?threads/paolo-cecconi-paper-on-hermas-in-the-new-finds.760/
"and to a reconsideration of the value of other sources like the Codex Sinaiticus, whose text was followed by the majority of the editions of the Shepherd."
"crossed textual tradition"

Dating, Split-Transmission Theory, and the Latin Reception of the Shepherd of Hermas
Dan Batovici
https://app.box.com/s/0cohmewkonmg6q6z5hmu989p9gqqjg0c

David W. Daniels
PICTURES FROM BOOK

James Donaldson - Hermas latinisms and later Greek words in the David Daniels book
https://www.purebibleforum.com/inde...r-greek-words-in-the-david-daniels-book.1471/

Kirk DiVeitro
https://purebibleforum.com/index.ph...ini-and-hermas-the-dbs-article.892/#post-1947

Pure Bible Forum

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Papyrus for Maximo

Brent Nongbri
P.Bodmer XXX-XXXVIII, part of the Bodmer Codex of Visions, P.Bodmer XXXVIII+XXIX+XXX+XXXI+XXXII+XXXIII+XXXIV+XXXV+XXXVI+XXXVII (PB D)

See under P.Bodmer XXIX
P.Bodmer XXIX, part of the Bodmer Codex of Visions, P.Bodmer XXXVIII+XXIX+XXX+XXXI+XXXII+XXXIII+XXXIV+XXXV+XXXVI+XXXVII (PB D, images here)
A single-quire papyrus codex containing the Shepherd of Hermas, the Vision of Dorotheos, and a series of other poetic works. The pieces were published between 1984 and 1999. The volume on Hermas published in 1991 contains the most accurate description of the make-up of the codex (superseding the discussion in the 1984 volume).
André Hurst, Olivier Reverdin, and Jean Rudhardt, Papyrus Bodmer XXIX. Vision de Dorothéos. (Cologny-Genève, Bibliotheca Bodmeriana, 1984)
Antonio Carlini and Luigi Giaccone, Papyrus Bodmer XXXVIII. Erma: Il Pastore (Ia –IIIa visione) (Cologny-Genève, Bibliotheca Bodmeriana, 1991)
André Hurst and Jean Rudhardt, Papyri Bodmer XXX-XXXVII. «Codex des Visions», Poèmes divers (München K. G. Saur, 1999)
LDAB: 1106

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Codex Sinaiticus Project

http://www.codex-sinaiticus.net/en/...lioNo=2&lid=en&quireNo=93&side=v&zoomSlider=0
(this is the Maximo page)

Athous Simonides Anger-Dindorf text - 1855-1856
Hermae pastor: Graece primum ediderunt et interpretationem veterum latinam (1856) 116 pages
Anger - Dindorf (original Simoindes edition)
https://books.google.com/books?id=QEVMAAAAYAAJ&pg=PP5
Hathi Trust
https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008408813

Athous Simonides-Tischendorf text - 1856
Hermas Pastor Graece ex fragmentis Lipsiensibus instituta quaestione de vero Graeci textus Lipsiensis font (1856) - 66 pages
https://books.google.com/books?id=9I4wAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA1
http://books.google.com/books?id=osAHAAAAQAAJ

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Barnabas - Codex Hierosolymitanus
Barnabas after Donaldson - true Greek of Codex Hierosolymitanus from Bryennios compared to latinized Sinaiticus
https://www.purebibleforum.com/inde...itanus-compared-to-latinized-sinaiticus.1077/
Rather late, but still can be seen as a true Greek

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Michele Bandini reviews Leutzsch collation book
https://www.proquest.com/openview/180381f4e32e92067a5f95a0f1902b00/
https://www.academia.edu/1883446/Re...von_U_H_J_Körtner_u_M_Leutzsch_Darmstadt_1998
Also sent by Bandini to me.

English text

Apostolic Fathers,vol. 2 (Ehrman,LCL25)
Bart Ehrman
https://books.google.com/books?id=m7B23xenMX4C&pg=PA161
nice papyri list section to complement Hilhorst
Stanley Porter on Tischendorf
https://books.google.com/books?id=QhCdBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA38
"It is unfortunate that the Simonides affair has apparently been lost sight of in recent discussion of the Shepherd of Hernias (e.g. there is no mention of the affair, nor of Tischendorf's involvement in it, in the introduction by Bart Ehrman in the latest Loeb edition, The Apostolic Fathers, II
(Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2003], 162-73).

The Apostolic Fathers: Greek
Michael W. Holmes
https://books.google.com/books?id=PS3ex0LORF4C&pg=PA199
https://books.google.com/books?id=iHwnpAGffRMC&pg=PA199
https://books.google.com/books?id=0-oR_HWnzWcC&pg=PA442

"In sum, Hermas seeks to affirm God’s mercy while attempting to maintain a strict moralism (Snyder 1992). "
2. Gravdon F. Snyder, “Hermas’The Shepherd," in Anchor Bible Dictionary, ed. David Noel Freedman (New York: Doubleday, 1992),3:148.

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Verheyden-

Ethiopic
Emanuele Castelli Ted Erho
Massimo Villa

Latin
2014 edition of Christian Tornau and Paolo Cecconi for V (P should follow).
Worldcat in Pleasantville and Valhalla and NYC
The Shepherd of Hermas in Latin : Critical Edition of the Oldest Translation Vulgata

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various other Hermas scholars

Hellholm, Nils David Theodor (b. 1941) from Blomkvist
Emanuel Castelli

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Wilhelm Bousset is used for Coislinianus project
And relates to the Revelation Andreas precursor theory.
 
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