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Palladii Dialogus De Vita S. Joannis Chrysostomi

Palladii Dialogus De Vita S. Joannis Chrysostomi

by P. R. Coleman-Norton
Publication Date: 23/10/2014
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Originally published in 1928, this book contains a critically annotated edition of the ancient Greek text of the dialogue on the life of Saint John Chrysostom by Palladius. Coleman-Norton prefaces Palladius' account with a detailed introduction on the life of the author and his relationship to the saint as well as his literary style and sources. An index of biblical quotations and people mentioned in the text is also supplied. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in early Christianity or the life of Saint John Chrysostom.
The Early Church
Publication Date:
Greek, modern (1453-), English
Cambridge University Press
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
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