Computer-Aided Linguistic Analysis for a Single Manuscript Witness: Preparing to Map the Opentext.org annotation

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Computer-Aided Linguistic Analysis for a Single Manuscript Witness: Preparing to Map the Opentext.org annotation. / Smith, Catherine; O'Donnell, Matthew Brook.

The Language and Literature of the New Testament: Essays in Honour of Stanley E. Porter's 60th Birthday. ed. / Lois Dow; Craig Evans; Andrew Pitts. Brill, 2016. p. 106-137 (Biblical Interpretation Series; Vol. 150).

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Harvard

Smith, C & O'Donnell, MB 2016, Computer-Aided Linguistic Analysis for a Single Manuscript Witness: Preparing to Map the Opentext.org annotation. in L Dow, C Evans & A Pitts (eds), The Language and Literature of the New Testament: Essays in Honour of Stanley E. Porter's 60th Birthday. Biblical Interpretation Series, vol. 150, Brill, pp. 106-137. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004335936_005

APA

Smith, C., & O'Donnell, M. B. (2016). Computer-Aided Linguistic Analysis for a Single Manuscript Witness: Preparing to Map the Opentext.org annotation. In L. Dow, C. Evans, & A. Pitts (Eds.), The Language and Literature of the New Testament: Essays in Honour of Stanley E. Porter's 60th Birthday (pp. 106-137). (Biblical Interpretation Series; Vol. 150). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004335936_005

Vancouver

Smith C, O'Donnell MB. Computer-Aided Linguistic Analysis for a Single Manuscript Witness: Preparing to Map the Opentext.org annotation. In Dow L, Evans C, Pitts A, editors, The Language and Literature of the New Testament: Essays in Honour of Stanley E. Porter's 60th Birthday. Brill. 2016. p. 106-137. (Biblical Interpretation Series). https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004335936_005

Author

Smith, Catherine ; O'Donnell, Matthew Brook. / Computer-Aided Linguistic Analysis for a Single Manuscript Witness: Preparing to Map the Opentext.org annotation. The Language and Literature of the New Testament: Essays in Honour of Stanley E. Porter's 60th Birthday. editor / Lois Dow ; Craig Evans ; Andrew Pitts. Brill, 2016. pp. 106-137 (Biblical Interpretation Series).

Bibtex

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