1. From Erasmus Novum Instrumentum omne to the Greek New Testament in digital culture
ftrumentum omne, diligenter ab ERASMO ROTERDAMO
recognitum & emendatum…
2. MARK16 as Virtual Research Environment (VRE): the manuscript room
2.1 MARK16 and the digital developments of the New Testament textual criticism
Based on this theoretical background, a 2019 publication has described the MARK16 VRE in detail,  but to summarize here, the MARK16 VRE is divided into four parts. The first one, the “Manuscript Room,” hosts a selection of manuscripts in Greek, Latin, and other ancient languages that are particularly significant for the study of Mark’s last chapter. The perspective is consequently not to gather all Mark 16 witnesses as it has been done for John 18 in the preparation of the John ECM, but to apply a close reading that sheds light on the complexity of this subject and to introduce new elements to this file. The second part, “Interpretations,” underscores the diversity of scholarly voices on Mark 16 through the use of a new multimodal editing tool, eTalks.