Codex Washingtonensis
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Codex Washingtonensis
Codex Washingtonensis (W, 032). A late fourth or early fifth century ad biblical witness written on parchment. Also known as Codex Washingtonianus.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Codex Washingtonensis
Codex WashingtonensisA late 4th- or early 5th-century c.e. uncial manuscript in codex form containing the four Gospels in the so-called Western order (Matthew, John, Luke, and Mark). The manuscript (siglum W) is housed in the Freer Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington.Behind the present
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Codex Washingtonensis
Codex Washingtonensis [wăshˊĭng tōn ĕnˊsĭs]. A fourth- or fifth-century A.D. manuscript of the New Testament, remarkable for its unique script and text type. It contains the four gospels in the Western order: Matthew, John, Luke, and Mark. A particularly striking feature is the insertion at Mark
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Freer Logion
Freer Logion. A passage added to the text of Mk. 16:14 in the 5th-cent. Greek Codex ‘W’ (now in the Freer Museum at Washington) which includes a saying attributed to the Risen Christ. In response to a plea that He should reveal His righteousness, He is reported as saying: ‘The limit of the years of
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
WASHINGTONIANUS, CODEX. A late 4th-/early 5th-cent. Greek uncial, designated by the sigla W, containing the Gospels in the “Western” order: Matthew, John, Luke, Mark. Also called the Washington Gospels and the Freer Manuscript of the Gospels, W is part of the Freer Gallery of Art at Washington D.C.’s