Codex Claromontanus
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Codex Claromontanus
Codex Claromontanus (D, 06). A fifth or sixth century ad Greek-Latin biblical witness written on vellum.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Codex Claromontanus
Codex ClaromontanusA 6th-century codex (siglum DP), the leading authority for the so-called Western Text of the Epistles. The codex, whose origin is unknown, contains parallel texts, which have been repeatedly corrected, of Greek and Old Latin on opposing pages. The manuscript has the epistles of Paul,
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Codex Claromontanus
Codex Claromontanus [klărˊə mŏn tănˊəs]. A sixth-century A.D. manuscript, containing all the letters known to have been written by Paul and those traditionally ascribed to him (e.g., Hebrews). Resembling the Codex Bezae with its Greek (designated by the symbol DP) and Latin (designanus d) translations
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Codex Claromontanus (D)
Codex Claromontanus (D) klair′uh-mon-tan′uhs. A 6th-cent. Greek-Latin bilingual ms of the Pauline Epistles now in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France. Like Codex Bezae (D or 05) it was once in the possession of Theodore Beza, Calvinist reformer, and it also bears the siglum D (along with 06), sometimes
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CLAROMONTANUS, CODEX. A 5th or 6th cent. bilingual manuscript containing the Latin and the Greek text of the letters of Paul on opposing pages and arranged in sense lines. The letters are presented in the usual sequence with the exception of Colossians preceding Philippians. On four pages between Philemon