Mar 14:60. Οὐκ; τί; answerest thou not? What is it that, etc.?) Two distinct interrogations.
 But Tischend, has but one interrogation at the end of καταμαρτυροῦσιν; Lachm. says in his Preface that to introduce an interrogation after οὐδεν (;) here, where the τί is used for the relative, is subversive of the sense. Breads ὅ τι. But ADPd, τι. Vulg. “non respondes quicquam ad ea quœ tibi objiciuntur.”-ED. and TRANSL.