By Alec Gilmore
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A deluxe edition of the Gothic* Version of the NT by Ulfilas*, dating from the fifth to the sixth centuries, very literal and following a Byzantine* text with the gospels in the order of the Western* text (Matthew, John, Luke, Mark). 825 inches, of which 188 have survived. Located in Uppsala. Codex Bezae. A fifth or sixth century ms. of the gospels and Acts, with a small fragment of 3 John, usually known as D, principal example of the Western* text and located at Cambridge University, to whom it was presented in 1581 by Theodore Beza*.
Clark, Kenneth Willis (1898-1979). An American NT scholar, educated at Duke University, who researched documents in the John Rylands Library, Manchester* relating to The Twentieth Century New Testament*, 1902, and published his findings in the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, September 1955. Clarke, Samuel (1675-1729). One of a number of scholars who in 1701 produced a paraphrase* with bracketed explanatory material into the text of the AV*. Clay. Possibly the earliest form of writing materials* and used by the Sumerians in Mesopotamia.
Campbell, Alexander (1788-1866). Born in Ireland, emigrated to the USA in 1809 and became founder of the Disciples of Christ. As a scholar in Bethany, 'Virginia, he came across an 1818 translation of the NT which combined the skills of Philip Doddridge*, George Campbell* and James MacKnight*, which he then used alongside Griesbach* to produce his own translation, 1826, which was frequently revised and reprinted though thought to be weak in its English diction. Campbell, George (1719-96). Theologian, educated in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
A Dictionary of the English Bible and its Origins by Alec Gilmore