It is of Jewish origin, but in part worked over by a Christian reviser.
When the reviser recast the passage it dealt not with the destruction of Jerusalem, but with the persecution of the Christians.
Of the Germanicus Scaliger says - "A better text than that which Grotius has given, it is impossible to give"; but it is probable that Scaliger had himself been the reviser.
It concludes with the usual Deuteronomic 3 Hence, it is to be inferred that the reviser had older written records before him.
Though " some at least of the alterations in Codex Bezae arose through a gradual process, and not through the action of an individual reviser," the revision in question was the work of a single reviser, who in his changes and additions expressed the local interpretation put upon Acts in his own time.