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Of the fourteen Greek manuscripts that attest the Gospel, fully eight have never been published or made available to scholarly scrutiny. Moreover, these manuscripts are all very late—most of them from the fourteenth or fifteenth centuries, well over a millennium removed from the earliest attested form of the text. We do have, on the other hand, earlier manuscripts in other languages. There are Syriac copies from the fifth and sixth centuries and at least one fragmentary Latin witness from about the same date.

Who gave me birth? What kind of womb bore me? I have been born as a curse before the sons of Israel and have been despised; they have mocked me and banished me from the temple of the Lord my God. (2) Woe is me, what am I like? I am not like the birds of the sky, for even the birds of the sky are productive before you, O Lord. Woe is me, what am I like? I am not like the senseless living creatures, for even the senseless living creatures are productive before you, O Lord. Woe is me, what am I like?

Rev. ed. of: The Apocryphal Gospels : texts and translations. c2011. ISBN 978-0-19-933521-3 (hardcover: alk. : alk. paper) 1. Apocryphal Gospels. 2. Apocryphal books (New Testament). I. , editor of compilation. II. Plese, Zlatko, editor of compilation. 8052—dc23 2013020110 1 3 5 7 9 8 6 4 2 Printed in the United States of America on acid-free paper To our faculty colleagues in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill CONTENTS Preface Table of Technical Terms and Symbols INFANCY GOSPELS 1.

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