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Corpus Ignatianum

Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, 1st Century

Corpus Ignatianum

a complete collection of the Ignatian espistles, genuine, interpolated, and spurious, together with numerous extracts from them as quoted by ecclesiastical writers down to the tenth century : in Syriac, Greek and Latin

by Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, 1st Century

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Published by F. & J. Rivington in London .
Written in English


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Statementan English translation of the Syriac text, copious notes, and introduction by William Cureton
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR"65"I3"C9"1849
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii , lxxxvii , 365 p
Number of Pages365
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21152453M

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Corpus Ignatianum: a complete collection of the Ignatian epistles, genuine, interpolated, and spurious ; together with numerous extracts from them, as quoted by ecclesiastical writers down to the tenth century, in Syriac, Greek, and Latin.

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[Ignatius, Saint Bishop of Antioch; William Cureton]. Corpus Ignatianum: a complete collection of the Ignatian epistles, genuine, interpolated, and spurious, together with numerous extracts from them, as quoted by ecclesiastical writers down to the tenth century, in Syriac, Greek, and Latin.

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Corpus Ignatianum: A Complete Collection of the Ignatian Epistles, Genuine, Interpolated, and Spurious; Together with Numerous Extracts from Them, as Quoted as Ecclesiastical Writers Down to the Tenth Century, in Syriac, Greek, and Latin by.

Ignatius of Antioch was a member of the second generation of Christians in the first and second centuries. Legend has it that St. Ignatius was the child who came to Jesus when Jesus gave his teaching about how anyone who wishes to /5.

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Cureton, William, Corpus Ignatianum: a complete collection of the Ignatian epistles, genuine, interpolated, and spurious, together with numerous extracts from them, as quoted by ecclesiastical writers down to the tenth century, in Syriac, Greek, and Latin: an English translation of the Syriac text, copious notes, and introduction.

Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Corpus Ignatianum: A Complete Collection of the Ignatian Epistles, Genuine, Interpolated, and Spurious; Together with Numerous Extracts f. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller [] Dr Cureton, the editor, has since entered more fully into the discussion of the subject in his "Corpus Ignatianum" [] -- a volume dedicated to His Royal Highness the Prince Albert, in which the various texts of all the epistles are exhibited, and in which the claims of the three recently discovered letters, as the only genuine.

This chapter of the fourth book of Eusebius is taken from the antient Syriac version, of which I have inserted an account in the Corpus Ignatianum, p. which see. I have given the entire chapter as it stands.

It comprises 25,26, and 27th of the Greek editions. Relating to the Earliest Establishment of Christianity in Edessa and the Neighbouring Countries. ———————————— From the History of the Church. By Eusebius of Cæsarea.— Tr.

The ms. from which this extract from Eusebius is taken is numbe, fol. 15 b. It is described in Cureton’s Corpus Ignatianum, p. Considered in itself, the book is very interesting and, in spots, affords agreeable reading. However, this is not owing to the literary gifts and genius of the writer.

Hermas was an uneducated man and seems not to have read or known anything outside of the Bible and a few Jewish or Christian apocrypha.Footnotes: [] By Eusebius of CæsareaTr. The ms. from which this extract from Eusebius is taken is numbe, fol.

15 b. It is described in Cureton's Corpus Ignatianum, p. This article is a critical review of Allen Brent's book Ignatius of Antioch and the Second Sophistic. A Study of an Early Christian Transformation of Pagan Culture (Tübingen ).