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Besides these, there exist manuscript fragments ranging from a few verses to whole chapters. Modern textual scholars collate all major surviving manuscripts, as well as citations in the works of the Church Fathers, in order to produce a text which most likely approximates to the lost autographs.
The tradition that the author was Matthew the Apostle begins with Papias of Hierapolis (c.
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