I have asked this before, but looking over the answers I got, I still do not understand., neither do those answers seem consistent with the current version of Accordance. I was wanting to search the Journal Article titles for articles on the topic of "superscriptions," not superscriptions of the Psalms, not superscription above Christ's head on the cross, but superscriptions on New Testament books, trying to determine if the oldest manuscripts have them (e.g. how many of the papyri have something like "Gospel according to Luke," and how many lack superscription -- or lack a title at the end of a document also -- and to obtain arguments that the original manuscripts had superscriptions or lacked them. Was there an equivalent to "The Epistle of Paul to the Apostle Pistol" on the earliest extant manuscripts? What is the history of the superscriptions to epistles? Has no one ever written a journal article on this subject?
I searched journals using the (well-hidden) Research function. I got a list of word strings that contain ""superscription" or "superscriptions," mostly from the text of articles, not from the titles. The drop-down menu allows choices of English, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, Verses, Image, and Unicode. There is no choice of Title. There is another drop down menu with Research as Rename tab, Close Tab, Duplicate Tab, Recycle Contents -- other choices are greyed out. In the tool bar under Search, there are 2 choices:
Search for, and Define range, other choices are greyed out.
Help will be gratefully appreciated.
As I now think of it, I should also check the Accordance supplied Greek manuscripts to see if they include superscriptions or are omitted for some reason.
And I may take a look at Leningrad Codex and the Aleppo Codex to see what superscriptions they may have before Hebrew books of the Bible. I am also interested in any journal articles on that subject as well.