Ancient local texts according to Streeter.

Local textlines in Alexandria, Caesarea, Antioch, Italy, Gaul, and Carthage.


Table adapted from B. H. Streeter, The Four Gospels, page 108.

  Alexandria. Caesarea. Antioch. Italy and Gaul. Carthage.
Primary authority. B Θ 565Mk Syriac S D kMk Mt
Secondary authority. א L Sahidic Bohairic * ** 28 700 WMk Old Georgian Syriac C b a (WMk) e
Tertiary authority. C 33 WLk Jn ΔMk ΨMk TLk Jn ZMt ΞLk *** 544 N Σ O φ 157 Syriac Peshita ff2 hMt i r cMt Jn n ~a cMt Lk
Supplementary manuscripts. 579Mk Lk Jn 892 1241 X U Δ 1071 1604 Old Armenian Harclean and Jerusalem Syriac ff g l q f m
Patristic evidence. Origen before 231. Cyril circa 430. Origen after 231. Eusebius circa 325.   Tatian circa 170. Irenaeus circa 185. Cyprian circa 250.

* 1 22 118 131 209 872Mk 1278 1582 2193.
** 13 69 124 230 346 543 788 826 828 983 1689 1709 (the Ferrar group).
*** 1424 and 28 other manuscripts, including M, cited by Soden as Iφ.

The textus receptus is represented by S V Ω E F G H (A KII Y) Γ WMt.