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      Johann Jakob Wettstein na 300 jaar: erfenis en opdracht

      NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion
      Amsterdam University Press

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          Three hundred years after his birth, Johann Jakob Wettstein (1693-1754) is still an inspiring figure for students of the New Testament. After a short sketch of his life, this article focuses on the abiding importance which the large collection of comparative materials from the ancient Greco-Roman and Jewish world in his great edition of the Greek text of the NT from 1751/52, has for NT texts. Further it traces what scholars after Wettstein have achieved in this field of comparative study, with special attention for the work of the Corpus Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti and the so-called ‘Neue Wettstein’.

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          NTT
          NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion
          Amsterdam University Press (Amsterdam )
          2542-6583
          2590-3268
          January 1994
          : 48
          : 1
          : 1-11
          Affiliations
          Theologische Faculteit der Universiteit Utrecht, Postbus 80105, 3508 TC Utrecht
          Article
          NTT1994.1.001.HORS
          10.5117/NTT1994.1.001.HORS
          123acc3b-d38c-45e1-9cb9-bc8e29ebf28d
          © P.W. van der Horst
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          Vertaling van de rede gehouden ter gelegenheid van de Wettstein-herdenking aan de universiteit van Basel op 19 april 1993.


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