SIGLA (sigla-I_XXII)
(258 words)

A dot placed under a letter in the transcription indicates that the letter is visually uncertain, even though the context may make the reading certain. A dot on the line outside of brackets in the transcription indicates an uncertain letter from which some vestiges of ink remain.

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Square brackets in the transcription indicate a lacuna in the MS where writing most probably at one time existed. When the text cannot be reconstructed but the number of missing letters can reasonably be estimated, that number is indicated by a corresponding nu…

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Attridge, Harold W., “SIGLA (sigla-I_XXII)”, in: The Coptic Gnostic Library — A Complete Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, Editor in Chief: James M. Robinson. Consulted online on 26 May 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004228900_cgl_asigla_I_XXII>
First published online: 2012



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