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. ὀψὲ itself only appears 7 times in the entire Greek Bible (New Testament plus Septuagint). So the answer to your key question, "How should Matthew 28:1 be translated?" is probably "after the Sabbath … John 20:1). The first day of the week according to Jewish reckoning, is the day following the Sabbath. All four accounts agree the event described took place on the first day of the week. Mark says …
answered Jan 28 '18 by user33515