Commentaries, Catenae, and biblical tradition : papers from the Ninth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament in conjunction with the COMPAUL Project /
Includes bibliographical references and index.
An introduction to Greek New Testament commentaries with a preliminary checklist of New Testament catena manuscripts / The context of commentary: non-Biblical commentary in the early Christian period / Biblical catenae: between philology and history / Catenae and the art of memory / Parsing Paul: layout and sampling divisions in Pauline commentaries / Resurrection appearances in the Pauline catenae / The reception of Scripture and exegetical resources in the Scholia in Apocalypsin (GA 2351) / Theodoret's text of Romans / Bethania, Bethara, or Bethabara: Fortunatianus of Aquileia and Origen's Commentary on John, with particular reference to John 1:28 / Ambrose the Appropriator: borrowed texts in a new context in the Commentary on Luke / Rufinus' translation of Origen's Commentary on Romans / The transmission of Florus of Lyons' Expositio epistolarum beati Pauli apostoli: state of the art and new results / Biblical quotations in the Gothic commentary on the Gospel of John (Skeireins) / An overview of research on Bohairic catena manuscripts on the Gospels with a grouping of Arabic and Ethiopic (Ge'ez) sources and a checklist of manuscripts / H.A.G. Houghton and D.C. Parker -- R.F. MacLachlan -- Gilles Dorival -- William Lamb -- Bruce Morrill and John Gram -- Theodora Panella -- Garrick V. Allen -- Agnès Lorrain -- Lukas J. Dorfbauer -- Susan B. Griffith -- Christina M. Kreinecker -- Shari Boodts and Gert Partoens -- Carla Falluomini -- Matthias Schulz.
Creative Commons NonCommercial-NoDerivs
Bible--Commentaries--History and criticism--Congresses.