Captures d’écran

Description

Welcome to the world of second century C.E. Egypt. This app will allow you to leaf through pages of the world's oldest existing manuscript of the letters of St. Paul (P.Mich.inv.6238, also known in NT scholarship as P46). Thirty leaves of this manuscript, written in about 200 C.E., were found in Egypt and purchased by the University of Michigan Papyrology Collection in 1931 and 1933 (another 56 leaves, not included in this app, are housed in the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin; 18 leaves are missing completely).

The app will give you the feel of what it was like reading an ancient Greek book on papyrus, where the text is written without word division, punctuation, headings, or chapter and verse numbers. To aid the reader without knowledge of ancient Greek the translation mode will give a literal translation of the Greek text preserved on these pages (with addition of chapter and verse numbers), with explanatory notes showing where this text is different from the Standard text.

Nouveautés

Version 1.1

Added support for widescreen devices (iphone 5).

Added a warning to users that a data connection is required for viewing or downloading pages.

Informations

Vendeur
The University of Michigan
Taille
17.3 Mo
Catégorie
Éducation
Compatibilité
Nécessite iOS 3.1.3 ou une version ultérieure. Compatible avec l’iPhone 3GS, l’iPhone 4, l’iPhone 4s, l’iPhone 5, l’iPhone 5c, l’iPhone 5s, l’iPhone 6, l’iPhone 6 Plus, l’iPhone 6s, l’iPhone 6s Plus, l’iPhone SE, l’iPhone 7, l’iPhone 7 Plus, l’iPhone 8, l’iPhone 8 Plus, l’iPhone X, l’iPad, l’ iPod touch (3e génération), l’iPod touch (4e génération), l’iPod touch (5e génération) et l’iPod touch (6e génération).
Langues
Anglais
Âge
Classé 4+
Copyright
© 2012 The Regents of the University of Michigan
Prix
Gratuit

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  • Partage familial

    Jusqu’à six membres de la famille peuvent utiliser cette app lorsque le partage familial est activé.

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