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Die Überlieferung der Griechischen Apologeten

des 2 Jahrhunderts in der alten Kirche und im Mittelalter


This volume examins the manuscript tradition, and the account of the works of the 2nd century apologists in the ancient church and the Middle Ages.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-263-0
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 12,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 310
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-61719-263-0
$160.00

The manuscript tradition, and an account of the works, of the 2nd century apologists. This begins with an account of the manuscript collections of apologetic, chiefly that of the famous Arethas Codex, with an account of the learned bishop Arethas of Caesarea. Then a listing of the works and fragments of Justin Martyr, Tatian, and their contemporaries: Quadratus, Aristides, Aristo of Pella, "Jason and Papiscus," Apollinaris of Hierapolis, Melito of Sardis, Miltiades (and a discussion of which Miltiades he was), Theophilus of Antioch, and Athenagoras of Athens (and whether the apology under his name to Marcus Aurelius and Commodus is genuine).

The manuscript tradition, and an account of the works, of the 2nd century apologists. This begins with an account of the manuscript collections of apologetic, chiefly that of the famous Arethas Codex, with an account of the learned bishop Arethas of Caesarea. Then a listing of the works and fragments of Justin Martyr, Tatian, and their contemporaries: Quadratus, Aristides, Aristo of Pella, "Jason and Papiscus," Apollinaris of Hierapolis, Melito of Sardis, Miltiades (and a discussion of which Miltiades he was), Theophilus of Antioch, and Athenagoras of Athens (and whether the apology under his name to Marcus Aurelius and Commodus is genuine).

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Adolf Harnack

  • Inhaltsverzeichniss (page 6)
  • Vorwort (page 9)
  • Erstes Capitel:Die handschriftliche Ueberlieferung der Apologien im Mittelalter (page 13)
  • Zweites Capitel: Die Kenntniss und Beurtheilung der Werke der Apologeten in der alten Kirche und im Mittelalter (page 110)
  • Handschriften-Register (page 309)
  • Inhaltsverzeichniss (page 310)
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