CATENA Project Publications

 (Re)writing History in Byzantium    The Palimpsest Catena of Codex Zacynthius  Catena Manuscripts of the Greek New Testament. A Catalogue. Fragments cover

Books

Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters

  • G.R. Parpulov, “Κr in the Gospels” in H.A.G. Houghton, David C. Parker and Holger Strutwolf (ed.), The New Testament in Antiquity and Byzantium: Traditional and Digital Approaches to its Texts and Editing: A Festschrift for Klaus Wachtel (ANTF 52). Berlin & New York: De Gruyter, 2019 (pp. 203–13).   
  • H.A.G. Houghton, “An Initial Selection of Manuscripts for the Editio Critica Maior of the Pauline Epistles,” in H.A.G. Houghton, David C. Parker and Holger Strutwolf (ed.), The New Testament in Antiquity and Byzantium: Traditional and Digital Approaches to its Texts and Editing: A Festschrift for Klaus Wachtel (ANTF 52). Berlin & New York: De Gruyter, 2019 (pp. 343–59).   
  • H.A.G. Houghton, “New Identifications Among the Sixth-Century Fragments of Augustine in Cambridge University Library,” Sacris Erudiri 58 (2019) 171–81. 
  • H.A.G. Houghton and Mina Monier, “Greek Manuscripts in Alexandria,” Journal of Theological Studies ns 71.1 (2020) 119–133. 
  • H.A.G. Houghton, “The Layout and Structure of the Catena,” in H.A.G. Houghton and D.C. Parker (ed.), Codex Zacynthius: Catena, Lectionary, Palimpsest. (T&S 3.21). Piscataway NJ: Gorgias, 2020 (pp. 57–88). Open Access
  • Panagiotis Manafis, “Catenae on Luke and the Catena of Codex Zacynthius,” in H.A.G. Houghton and D.C. Parker (ed.), Codex Zacynthius: Catena, Lectionary, Palimpsest. (T&S 3.21). Piscataway NJ: Gorgias, 2020 (pp. 127–158). Open Access
  • Georgi Parpulov, “An Unknown Catena on the Pauline Epistles,” The Byzantine Review 2 (2020) 9–16. 
  • Panagiotis Manafis and Georgi Parpulov, “A Chapter from the History of Catenae: CPG C111–C112, and Their Previously Unknown Ancestor,” Parekbolai 11 (2021) 159–170. 
  • Georgi Parpulov, “Some New Patristic Scholia on the Gospel of Matthew,” Adamantius 27 (2021) 392–395.
  • Emanuele Scieri, “The Catena Manuscripts on Acts: A Revised Classification,” Vigiliae Christianae 76.1 (2022) 281–305.
  • Andrew J. Patton, “Greek Catenae and the 'Western' Order of the Gospels,” Novum Testamentum 64.1 (2022) 115–129.
  • Panagiotis Manafis, “A New Witness to the Catena of Codex Zacynthius,” Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum 26.3 (2022) 371–401.
  • H.A.G. Houghton, “Unfinished Business: The Ending of Mark in Two Catena Manuscripts,” New Testament Studies 69.1 (2023) 35–42.
  • Jacopo Marcon, “A Missing Link in the Chain: A Neglected Fragmentary Manuscript of the Ps. Oecumenian Catena on Romans (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Auct. T.1.7 [Misc. 185]) (GA 2962),” in Clark R. Bates, Jacopo Marcon, Andrew J. Patton, Emanuele Scieri (ed.), That Nothing May Be Lost: Fragments and the New Testament Text. Papers from the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (T&S 3.29)Piscataway NJ: Gorgias, 2022, 187–214.
  • Emanuele Scieri, “Exegetical Fragments: Observations on the Catenae on Acts in Vatican, BAV, Reg. gr. 6 (GA 886),” in Clark R. Bates, Jacopo Marcon, Andrew J. Patton, Emanuele Scieri (ed.), That Nothing May Be Lost: Fragments and the New Testament Text. Papers from the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament (T&S 3.29)Piscataway NJ: Gorgias, 2022, 215–240.
  • H.A.G. Houghton, “Catena Manuscripts in the Editio Critica Maior of the Greek New Testament,” in Daniel B. Wallace, David A. Flood and Elijah Hixson (ed.), Proceedings of the 2022 Text and Manuscript Conference. Peabody MA: Hendrickson (forthcoming). Preprint.
  • Panagiotis Manafis, “A Liturgical Manuscript of the Monastery of Timios Prodromos in Pieria and a Previously Unknown Scribe, the Hieromonk Karikes” Makedonika (forthcoming).

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