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    décembre 2021

    John Chrysostom through Manuscripts, Editions and History
    Papers presented at the Eighteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2019

    Collection Studia Patristica 114 11
    ISBN-13 : 9789042945982
    176 pages


    John Chrysostom through Manuscripts, Editions and History, dirigé par Catherine Broc-Schmezer et Guillaume Bady, est le volume 11 des actes du 18e congrès d’études patristiques d’Oxford d’août 2019, édités par Markus Vinzent. Les 9 contributions suivantes y sont réunies:

    • Maria Konstantinidou: The Double Tradition of John Chrysostom’s Exegetical Works: Revisions Revisited, p. 5-26
    • Manon des Portes: Ethica Titles over Centuries: An Approach to the Transmission of
    • John Chrysostom’s Homilies on John, p. 27-54
    • Pierre Augustin: D’Érasme à Field : Apport et limites des éditions et traductions des Homélies de Jean Chrysostome Sur l’Épître aux Philippiens, p. 55-79
    • Marie-Ève Geiger: Two Examples of the Collaboration between Henry Savile, Jacques Sirmond and Fronton du Duc, p. 81-99
    • Catherine Broc-Schmezer: Are Chrysostom’s Homilies on Hannah a ‘Series’?, p. 101-120
    • Nathalie Rambault: Où et quand l’Éloge des martyrs égyptiens de Jean Chrysostome (CPG 4363) a-t-il été prononcé?, p. 121-129
    • Anthony Glaise: Studying the Quod Christus sit Deus (CPG 4326): A New Perspective about Chrysostom’s Polemical Works?, p. 131-142
    • Guillaume Bady: En quête des premières attestations du surnom ‘Chrysostome’, p. 143-159
    • Julien Aliquot: À propos de Χρυσόστομος et d’autres anthroponymes tirés de στόμα, p. 161-162.

    Studia Patristica, vol. CXIV, Papers presented at the Eighteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2019, vol. 11, Peeters, Leuven, 2021

    Quatrième de couverture

    The successive sets of Studia Patristica contain papers delivered at the International Conferences on Patristic Studies, which meet for a week once every four years in Oxford. These papers range over the whole field, both East and West, from the second century to a section on the Nachleben of the Fathers. The majority are short papers dealing with some small and manageable point; they raise and sometimes resolve questions about the authenticity of documents, dates of events, and such like, and some unveil new texts. The longer papers put such matters into context and indicate wider trends. The whole reflects the state of Patristic scholarship and demonstrates the vigour and popularity of the subject.