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    • M. Stang, Charles (2012)
      This book argues that the pseudonym, Dionysius the Areopagite, and the influence of Paul together constitute the best interpretive lens for understanding the Corpus Dionysiacum [CD]. This book demonstrates how Paul in fact ...
    • Rüpke, Jörg; Wallraff, Martin (2016)
      1,700 years ago, the Roman emperors Constantine and Licinius granted religious freedom – even and particularly for Christianity. The religious policy of Constantine is often associated with the modern ideal of tolerance. ...
    • Kindschi Garský, Zbyněk; Hirsch-Luipold, Rainer (2020)
      This volume offers detailed studies into the Physiologus, a Greek manuscript probably written in Egypt in the 2nd century CE. The Physiologus was the first Christian text to sum up a general understanding of nature using ...
    • Järvinen, Irma-Riitta; M. S. Lehtonen, Tuomas; Leskelä, Ilkka; Timonen, Senni; Kallio, Kati (2017)
      "Songs and writings: oral and literary cultures in early-modern Finland renews the understanding of exchange between the learned culture of clergymen and the culture of commoners, or “folk”. What happened when the Reformation ...
    • Runia, David T. (2011)
      This volume, prepared with the collaboration of the International Philo Bibliography Project, is the third in a series of annotated bibliographies on the Jewish exegete and philosopher Philo of Alexandria. It contains a ...
    • Runia, D.T. (2012)
      This volume is a further continuation of the annotated bibliographies on the writings and thought of the Jewish exegete and philosopher Philo of Alexandria prepared by Roberto Radice and David Runia for the years 1937–1986 ...
    • Wallraff, Martin (2016)
      Late Antiquity; toleration; Constantine
    • Frese, Tobias (2019)
      Thirteen papers on different subjects, focussing on writings and inscriptions in medieval art, explore the faculty of writing to create and determine spaces and to generate the sacred by the display of holy scripture. The ...
    • Ingeborg Lied, Liv; Lundhaug, Hugo (2017)
      Eschewing the search for the hypothetical original, this volume of essays places manuscripts and manuscript culture center stage and provides new readings of texts from various Christian and Jewish traditions in their ...
    • Pollmann, Karla (2017)
      With the rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire, increasing numbers of educated people converted to this new belief. As Christianity did not have its own educational institutions, the issue of how to harmonize pagan ...
    • Wood, Philip (2013)
      This book is a study of the cultural and political history of Christian Iraq, the Church of the East, the so–called ‘Nestorians’. This history is seen through the Chronicle of Seert, a medieval Arabic Chronicle that reuses ...
    • Houghton, H. A. G. (2017)
      This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the history and development of the Latin New Testament and a user’s guide to the resources available for research and further study. The first five chapters offer a new ...