As I noted elsewhere, only a few uncials are cited incorrectly as high dots: B, L, 0142 and 0151.
Robert Hommel in discussion with Greg Stafford put together a chart of these manuscripts. While he is an apposition supporter he is a good writer and generally fairer with the evidences.
The picture is a little nicer here.
And I am curious why a point after flesh would be important. It would seem to put "Christ ... who is over all" as a grammatical unit.
Hommel gives some other spots that are clearly significant to interpretation. If I am missing something, please share away.
So as I said before, the ancient manuscripts actually evidence a pause for a breath, not a break in the sentence. There's no real manuscript evidence to support a period.
Brian does not understand that pauses for breath are frequently grammatical pauses. I worked with him on that subject in our discussions on purebibleforum.