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Abstract: This paper contains the first critical edition of a pseudo-Chrysostomian homily, In catechumenos (CPG 4623). This text is only preserved in two manuscripts, Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, ms. Theol. Gr. 10 (10th century) and its copy Oxford, Bodleian Library, ms. Auct. E.3.8 (finished just before 1611), one of the manuscripts that was copied for the creation of the monumental edition of Chrysostomian works by sir Henry Savile (Eton 1612). This paper demonstrates that this homily cannot be attributed to John Chrysostom; it was probably delivered by Acacius, patriarch of Constantinople (471-89) on the 20th of January 488. Another pseudo-Chrysostomian text, De sancto Basso martyre (CPG 4512; BHG 271), is by the same author.
Villes Dépôts Fonds Cotes Type Commentaire Tome Pages
Oxford Bodleian Library Auct. E. 3. 08 (Misc. 051.8) Éditions utilisant le manuscrit Apographe du ms. Wien, ÖNB, theol. gr. 10 pour l'édition de Henry Savile
Wien Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (ÖNB) theol. gr. 010 Éditions utilisant le manuscrit


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Iohannes Chrysostomus, In catechumenos Éditions