By Luis F. Bate
En esta obra, Luis Felipe Bate propone un temario para abordar el estudio de los problemas básicos de los angeles arqueología bajo l. a. luz del materialismo dialéctico. Una premisa en el cumplimiento de esta tarea l. a. constituye el esclarecimiento de l. a. categoría de cultura sobre los angeles cual anticipa conceptos originales y sugerentes.
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A trained specialist will observe many other things and with technical knowledge and experience can come to a reliable determination of the date of almost any manuscript.  New Testament manuscripts are of two major types. ) The minuscules did not make their debut until the ninth century and thus are of less value. The number of our New Testament manuscripts is vast, more than 5,300 in all. Not all of these, however, contain the complete text of the New Testament. In fact, only a few contain anything like what can be termed a complete New Testament.
Our present manuscripts indicate that when making copies of the New Testament, early Christians produced manuscripts that fit more or less within one of four categories: (1) the Four Gospels, (2) Acts and the General Epistles, (3) the Pauline Epistles, and (4) the Book of Revelation. At first, however, the individual writings probably circulated separately, then were joined with others of like kind, and finally were combined into one of the four standard groups. Therefore, it is not surprising that most of our manuscripts today do not contain all of the New Testament books.
Of the known 5,300 manuscripts, the vast majority are minuscules that date from the ninth to the sixteenth century, while those of uncial script number altogether about 650. When the New Testament was first written, both uncial and cursive styles of handwriting were in use. The various letters of the New Testament were probably dictated (Rom. 16:22; 1 Peter 5:12; cf. Gal. 6:11), and this may mean that at first they were written cursively. Before long, however, they were copied as books with a book hand, that is, in uncial script.
Arqueología y materialismo histórico by Luis F. Bate