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Название: Eusebius and the Jewish Authors: His Citation Technique in an Apologetic Context (Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity, 64)
Автор: Inowlocki S.
This book deals with the citations of extra-biblical Jewish authors
used by Eusebius of Caesarea in his Praeparatio Evangelica and Demonstratio
Evangelica. For practical purposes, the whole work, which comprises
both the Praeparatio and the Demonstratio, will be designated as the
Apodeixis, which is the title Eusebius himself uses (e.g., PE I. 3. 3).
The two separate parts of the latter will be referred to as the Praeparatio
and the Demonstratio, their Latin names. In the footnotes, they will
be designated as the PE and DE.
This work was initially written in French. Consequently, several
works which were written in English or translated into English are
quoted in their French version. In addition, in some cases, translations
from Greek texts into English are derived from existing translations,
with some modifications.
The articles and books used throughout this work are quoted in
full the first time, then only the authors’ surnames and the title,
often abbreviated, are given.
References to the Demonstratio include the number of the book, the
number of the chapter, and, for convenience, the numbering used
both by Ferrar and Heikel (e.g., 124c).
References to Eusebius’ Commentary on Isaiah are to the page number
and line in the GCS edition. Unless otherwise specified, references
to Philo’s works are to the texts as presented in the collection
‘Les œuvres de Philon d’Alexandrie’ (Cerf ). As a matter of convenience,
references to the fragments of the “minor” Jewish authors
are to the edition and translation of Holladay.