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This same transcription has been recommended by Joseph Greenberg who explains the double vowels as true vowel clusters in all dialects but Bohairic.
There is also a manuscript of the Bohairic Version of the Four Gospels, fragmentary, unfortunately, and without indication of provenance or date, and it remains to decide whether it belonged to the Monastery of St. Michael.
Alexandria moved his residence from that city to Cairo, Bohairic began to drive out Sahidic and soon became the liturgical language of the Copts throughout Egypt.
His life, written in Sahidic by Besa, his disciple and successor, her been transmitted in the Sahidic, Bohairic, Arabic, and Syrian versions, and was edited by LEIPOLDT, loc.cit. ahove.
With the exception of one Fayûmic and one Bohairic manuscript the whole collection is in the Sahidic dialect.
Bohairic (formerly Memphitic), Fayumic, Sahidic (formerly Theban), and Akhmimic.
In the ninth century Bohairic was flourishing, in Northern Egypt, particularly in the Province of
The older editions of the New Testament have all been outranked by the recent Oxford edition; "The Coptic Version of the New Testament in the Northern Dialect, otherwise called Memphitic or Bohairic", by
But the fact is that no Bohairic manuscript and probably no Fayumic manuscript is older than the ninth century, while some Sahidic and Akhimimic codices are apparently as old as the fifth and even the fourth century.
Bohairic are the Pentateuch, the Prophets with Lamentations, the
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