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Majuscule Uncial Robinson-Pierpont GNT

Robinson-Pierpont 2017 Greek New Testament in Majuscule / Uncial script

I have created and uploaded an edition of the Robinson-Pierpont 2017 Greek New Testament, Byzantine Textform, in all-majuscule letters (some say uncial letters).  This document is available for download in both “.docx” format and in PDF.  The PDF is 1.7 MB, 567 pages.

This document was created by David Robert Palmer to be a public domain document, in both “.docx” format and in PDF.  The Robinson-Pierpont Greek text is also free to use without permission.  For this document, I give you permission to to copy, paste, and / or re-format as you wish.  Only except that these documents are “locked” against changes in order to preserve the original formatting, and I ask that you leave them locked.  This means that if you want to edit or re-format the Microsoft® Word 2007 “.docx” document of the RP majuscule text, you can do so, but you will have to first “save as” a copy to your hard drive under another file name; in which copy you can then make changes.  Proper display of the “.docx” document may require that you install the KoineGreek.ttf font from Alan Bunning; the documents contain a download link for that font on the cover page.  This font was chosen because it renders the Greek majuscule / uncial letter Sigma as C, which is what is found in the early Greek New Testament manuscripts.  Be advised that the KoineGreek.ttf font renders a regular lower case letter into a capital Greek letter automatically.  If you wish to use some other font, you can do that, but you will probably first have to convert the base letters to upper case.

Nomina Sacra are used for the nominative, accusative, genitive, dative and vocative of κυριος, and the nom., acc. gen., dat. of θεος, Ἰησους, χριστος, and πνευμα..  It is possible that when the find/replace operations for these NS were conducted, some other word was accidentally changed which happened to contain these words.  This happened with vocative κυριε for example, but I believe I found them all and corrected them.

Download links (free) for the two documents: The PDF of the 2017 RP uncial text.  The Microsoft® Word 2007 “.docx” file of the Robinson-Pierpont majuscule text.

Robinson-Pierpont Greek New Testament, Byzantine textform in Uncial / Majuscule script

Robinson-Pierpont GNT in Majuscule

 

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e-Sword David Robert Palmer gospels

Someone has put my translations of the four gospels into e-Sword. You can download the module for free here. You may also have to download this third party module installer, since the latest version of eSword installs new modules from within the application. Download the David Robert Palmer eSword module.

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Updated Holy Bible

I have just uploaded an update to my whole Bible files. (These are free and uncopyrighted.) For example, in the revised ASV Old Testament, I changed “mine enemies” to “my enemies,” etc. The URL for the Holy Bible PDF file is http://bibletranslation.ws/trans/holybible.pdf and for the Microsoft Word whole Bible file it is http://bibletranslation.ws/trans/holybible.docx

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PDFs now copyable

Announcement: All my translation pdf documents are now copyable.

My readers had been emailing me complaining that they could not copy and paste from my documents that were in pdf form. The reason I did that is that there are so many unscrupulous cheaters out there in the world. But, there are now many anti-plagiarism bots caching my works monthly, that no one can quote my work as their own and get away with it. They will be busted.
So go to my translation download page and re-download all my pdfs.

Scrivener Plain Introduction

Scrivener, F.H.A.: A Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament, Vol. 1, “Scrivener Plain Introduction”

PDF, 32 MB, now available for download at the bottom of my translations page, and also by a link in the image below.

Scrivener Plain Introduction

F. H. A. Scrivener

An image of Scrivener from the book A Plain Introduction Vol 1., free download, “Scrivener Plain Introduction”


Walton’s Polyglot Pt 10

Walton’s Polyglot was a mammoth work compiled by Brian Walton, consisting of the Bible in Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac, Chaldean, Samaritan, Greek, Arabic, Ethiopic, Latin, plus variant readings of Codices Alexandrinus and Vaticanus, in 1657!

Part 10 of Walton’s Polyglot is now available for download on my translations page, containing GspJohnB, Acts, Paul, Catholic Epistles, Revelation, PDF, 107 MB.

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