View Full Version : white parchment 1844 Leipzig CFA - yellow streaky 1859 Sinaiticus

  1. white parchment
  2. British Library facsimile 2011-2012 "sensitive adjustments"
  3. Sinaiticus darkening .. "can't this be explained .. pages age at different rates .."
  4. when did Tischendorf first publicly connect the 1844 CFA to the 1859 Sinaiticus?
  5. Is the ink placed over the yellow ms. or does the ms. yellow naturally after the ink?
  6. British Library - and other - modern comments on research and condition and colour
  7. why the colour and condition of Sinaiticus points to inauthenticity
  8. reasons, excuses, confusions - circularity
  9. The Tale of Two Manuscripts
  10. Tischendorf descriptions show awareness of CFA-CSP colour anomaly
  11. why do we know that the 1859 CSP leaves were artificially coloured?
  12. the colour photography games of the Sinaticus darkening deniers
  13. the conservation and storage games of the Sinaiticus darkening deniers
  14. "the colour ... wholly different from that invariably found on genuine documents of the same professed age and character"
  15. the early 1860s references to the colouring of the manuscript
  16. Tischendorf would have preferred to have one consistent colour manuscript
  17. If the 1859 St. Petersburg manuscript is artifically coloured, can it still be ancient and authentic ?
  18. when in the 1850s was the Sinaiticus ms coloured?
  19. can photography anomalies account for the 1844 CFA white vs the 1859 yellow ?
  20. there must be another explanation for the colour and staining anomalies of the 1844 and 1859 Sinaiticus sections
  21. the colouring of Codex Simoneidos is one of the most amazing evidences of ms tampering or forgery that has ever been seen
  22. pictures of stained pages - comparing Leipzig 1844 and British Library 1859
  23. mss that are split up in multiple spots - anything comparable to the Sinaiticus white-yellow/stained situation?
  24. please .. Sinaiticus researchers and writers ... get the colouring question right
  25. Tischendorf would not have a motive to colour the manuscript - the white parchment CFA was accepted as 4th century
  26. the collection of conjectural absurdities by textual scholars to "explain" the colour tampering disparity
  27. pics of the beautiful pristine white parchment "4th century" Leipzig Codex Friderico-Augustanus pages
  28. yellow, stained British Library pages are in better shape than white parchment Leipzig pages