Harris on the Codex Sangallensis (Δ) The Codex Sangallensis (Δ). A Study in the Text of the Old Latin Gospels. By J. Rendel Harris, Professor of Biblical Languages and Literature in Haverford College, Pennsylvania. Cambridge. At the University Press. 3s
The Classical Review 6 (04):170-171 (1892)
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