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Cairo, Egypt. Home of the Cairo Geniza* and of the Karaite Synagogue and the Codex Cairo*, whence came its name. Site for the discovery of an Old Syriac* ms. and the place where Charles L. Freer discovered the Washington Codex* and where Martin Bodmer purchased the Bodmer Papyri*. The only complete copy of the Coptic* translation of the Gospel of Thomas*, found at Nag Hammadi*, is in the Coptic Museum at Old Cairo. See also Old Cairo. Cairo Geniza. In 1890, in the course of renovating a geniza* in Cairo, some 200,000 ms.
First to provide a definite allusion to Hebrews and it is possible that he also knew James, Peter and Acts. 2 Clement (c. 160) has allusions to Romans, 1 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Hebrews, and possibly James and Peter, but neither 1 Clement nor 2 Clement suggest the existence at this time of a canon* of Scripture. Clermont, France. Site for the discovery of Codex Claromontanus*. Cochlaeus, Johannes (1479-1552). A vigorous enemy of Martin Luther and the movement to reform the church.
A Hebraist who was born in Bohemia and studied medicine in Vienna. Editor of Jewish Chronicle, 1854-69 and 1875-78. Translator of Jewish School and Family Bible*, 1861. 29 a translation of the OT, with Verkuyl as Editor-in-Chief, 1945-59, resulting in a similar translation, to give The Holy Bible: The Berkeley Version in Modern English, published in the USA and in London. Revised to become the Modern Language Bible, 1969*. Accurate and similar to the RSV* but more conservative, with copious footnotes to clarify the text, some of which approximate to moralizing observations.