Name Lecturer Course Date of submission Question one The primary focus of this journal is the role of women as copyists and scribes in Roman antiquity and early Christianity. There is a couple of related arguments about it. First there is a passage from Eusebius that illustrates well the potential for and realization of erasure and reinscription and it serves as a useful point female scribes worked for female masters. Question six I don’t think something has been removed from the paper because the main argument has been exhausted in the articles. The article has provided enough to support the argument very well. Work Cited This commentary has been derived from The article: "Girls Trained in Beautiful Writing": Female Scribes in Roman Antiquity and Early Christianity By Kim Haines-Eitzen [...]
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