Notation

Color indicates source (from which Gospel the exact text comes)

Mark – Purple

Luke – Teal

Matt – Indigo

John – Burnt Orange

Reference – Medium gray

a, b, c indicates footnote for words or phrases

1,2,3 indicates placement or sequence within text

() parenthesis for footnote indicates variations on word or phrase that seem to have the same meaning; most descriptive variation kept in main text. The color of the word or phrase in the footnote indicates in which Gospel the variation is.

[] brackets indicate alternate meaning; brackets around letter refer to footnote; bracket for number refers to alternate place marked with same number in bracket; for sequencing, the color of the bracket indicates in which Gospel the alternate placement is.

italics indicates word or phrase to which the variation (parenthesis) applies; italics is used to draw less attention to it because it seems to not alter the meaning. If a parenthesis or bracket itself is in italics, it is part of a larger phrase to which another variation or alternate sequence applies.

underline indicates word or phrase to which the alternate sequence [bracket] applies. underline is used to draw attention because it seems to alter the meaning. If a parenthesis or bracket itself is underlined, it is part of a larger phrase to which another variation or alternate sequence applies.

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