The Transmission, Sources and Reception of Procopius’ Exegesis of Genesis: Observations in the Wake of the New Edition

in Vigiliae Christianae
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The Transmission, Sources and Reception of Procopius’ Exegesis of Genesis: Observations in the Wake of the New Edition

in Vigiliae Christianae

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Compare with Bischoff & LapidgeBiblical Commentaries229-232.

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Against Bischoff & LapidgeBiblical Commentaries207.

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H.R. Luard & C.B. Scott“Theological [Manuscripts],” in A Catalogue of the Manuscripts Preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge. Volume IICambridge 1857 (repr. Hildesheim 1980) 432-433. This is manuscript s—M. accepts the date (lx).

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M. already published on Procopius in 2005: see her articles in zac 9 143-148 and Adamantius 11 114-123.

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F. Petit“Les fragments grecs d’Eusèbe d’Émèse et de Théodore de Mopsueste. L’apport de Procope de Gaza,” Le Muséon 104 (1991) 352-354.

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Petit“Les fragments grecs” 353.

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F. Petit“Diodore de Tarse dans la tradition caténique sur la Genèse et l’Exode. Une mise au point,” Le Muséon 112 (1999) 363-379.

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