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The Constitutiones asceticae or Ascetic Constitutions ( CPG 2895) are apocryphal but attributed to Basil of Caesarea in all manuscripts containing his Asceticon Magnum or Great Asceticon (CPG 2875). The abbot Theodore the Stoudite (759-826), aware of the controversy, wrote a scholion to defend Basil’s authorship. In this paper, we present the first critical edition of Theodore’s scholion, with an English translation and a commentary.