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- adj. Relating to scribes and their work.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a scribe or penman; clerical.
- Of or pertaining to the scribes, or doctors of the Jewish law.
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They should be identified as scribal and their values should be merged.
In Eternal Egypt, most of the sculptures, papyri, jewelry, funerary art, and objects from daily life are arranged chronologically, with some small thematic groupings such as scribal arts.
JOhn G, your wording here is not the best – as you know, we’re not talking about different stations in most cases, but simply two different editions of the station history – what I’ve called scribal versions.
Benjamin Roth St. Louis, Missouri CORRIGENDA A "scribal" error was responsible for printing hidari-leiki for hidari-kiki in Robin Gill's epistola
This suggests that the lack of evidence of Iron Age scribal schools in Palestine is not sufficient …
What the film does is very clever: it assumes that the poem that has come down to us is a bowdlerized propaganda version (which it assuredly is, having been through several scribal hands since its original composition) – and proceeds to tell us what really happened.
A scribal error or an erasure in the Scroll of just one letter invalidates it for liturgical purposes.
Daryll you just called people satanists, thats judging, God didnt say it it was a scribal error.
The early christians never taught such a thing, it was a scribal error by Jerome.
The scholars note where the text we have now differs from older versions – differences that are evidence of the inevitable textual hiccups, scribal errors and other human fingerprints that became part of the Bible as it was passed on, orally and in writing.
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