Origen of Alexandria: Exegetical Works on Ezekiel

Roger Pearse, Mischa Hooker
Chieftain Publishing Limited, 2014 - 742 páginas
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"Origen wrote three works in which he commented on Ezekiel. He wrote sermons, composed a commentary (almost entirely lost) and also scholia. The series of fourteen expository sermons is lost in the original Greek, but the content is preserved in a Latin translation. The most recent critical text, and a new English translation, are printed here. Following these is a long section containing the fragments of his work in Greek. This comprises the fragments of the original Greek of the sermons, together with the remains of the scholia and the single remaining fragment of the commentary. The fragments are all derived from medieval Greek Bible commentaries, known as catenae. These consist of "chains" of quotations from earlier authors. The text as printed by Charles Delarue is used, together with other fragments given by W. Baehrens. As an appendix a series of fragments from the Onomasticon Marchalianum are given. The volume has been produced in order to make the translation more readily available. The original language text is reprinted from the best available critical edition and appears on facing pages."--Publisher's website.

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