complete commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse.

Now printed for the first time from manuscripts at Messina, Rome, Salonika and Athos. Edited with notes by Oecumenius Bishop of Tricca.

Publisher: University of Michigan in Ann Arbor

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Edition Notes

Other titlesBible. N.T. Revelation. Greek. 1928
SeriesUniversity of Michigan studies. Humanistic series, v. 23
ContributionsHoskier, H. C. 1864-1938.
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LC ClassificationsBS2825 A2 O4
The Physical Object
Pagination263p.
Number of Pages263
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14066764M

  Commentary on the Apocalypse by Andrew of Caesarea, , This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius's commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the book of Revelation. Written in the sixth century but discovered only at the beginning of the twentieth, it presents a fascinating view of a writer /5(3). Oecumenius (oikoumenios), Bishop of Trikka (now Trikkala) in Thessaly about (according to Cave, op. cit. infra, p. ).He is the reputed author of commentaries on books of the New Testament. A manuscript of the tenth or eleventh century containing a commentary on the Apocalypse attributes it to him. A People's Commentary on the Book of Revelation. Author: Pablo Richard; Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers ISBN: Category: Religion Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The Book of Revelation has always been a mysterious and intriguing book, describing in symbolic terms the confrontation between the Disciples of Christ and the powers - political and . Oecumenius of Isauria’s commentary on the book is the earliest full treatment in Greek and dates only from the early sixth century. Along with Oecumenius’s commentary, only that of Andrew of Caesarea (dating from the same era and often summarizing Oecumenius before offering a contrary opinion) and that of Arethas of Caesarea four centuries.

Commentaries on Revelation. A list of the best commentaries on Revelation ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users. You can find the best commentary on Revelation for you using the tools on the right side%(18). The Complete Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, Greek edition. Scholia from the commentary were edited in De Groote, “Die Scholien aus dem Oecumenius-Kommentar zur Apokalypse,” Sacris Erudiri 37 (): By , William Weinrich of the Luther Academy in Latvia had completed. The Apocalypse is only seldom quoted by the Greek or Latin Fathers, with the exception of such as have written special commentaries upon this peculiar book. It happens, however, that the commentators are somewhat numerous, and for this reason we have a much greater abundance of Apocalyptic quotations than would otherwise have been the case. Commentary Volumes Many modules are available in a discounted package. is the name given to the anonymous author of the earliest complete Latin commentary on the thirteen epistles of Paul. The Eastern church gives little evidence of particular interest in the book of Revelation. Oecumenius of Isauria’s commentary on the book is the.

Verse-by-Verse Bible Commentary 1 Peter 1-Peter that the word is mystically used in a mystical book like the Apocalypse - a book, too, which is steeped in the spirit and terminology of the Old Testament - is no argument for the mystical use of the word in writings of a different type. John Trapp Complete Commentary. 13 The. Read "An Ancient Commentary on the Book of Revelation A Critical Edition of the Scholia in Apocalypsin" by Professor P. Tzamalikos available from Rakuten Kobo. This is a new critical edition, with translation and commentary, of the Scholia in Apocalypsin, which were falsely attri Brand: Cambridge University Press. The oldest Gr. commentary on Revelation was written by Oecumenius in the 6th cent. “Ambrosiaster,” the author of a number of commentaries on the epistles of Paul, has not yet been identified. The last of the traditional doctors of the church was Pope Gregory the Great (a.d. ), whose commentary on Job exercised a great influence. Introduction. The most important single work produced by the Church Fathers on any of the prophetic writings of the Old Testament, commenting upon the original Hebrew text, and showing a complete mastery of all the literature of the Church on the subjects touched upon to the time of composition, is without question St. Jerome's Commentary on the Book of Daniel.

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This volume sets out to give the reader a reliable English translation of Oecumenius' Commentary on the Apocalypse. This task it accomplishes well.

John N. Suggit, the translator, did a very poor job in his Introduction, and CUA Press did an equally poor job with the layout of the by: 2.

The complete commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse: Now printed for the first time from manuscripts at Messina, Rome, Salonika, and Athos, (University of Michigan studies. Humanistic series), University of Michigan () Oecumenii commentarius in Apocalypsin, Oecumenius, Marc De Groote, Lovanii: Peeters, Oecumenius is one of the first early Christian commentary on the Apocalypse from the Greek writers.

The author is believed to be an Alexandrian (Coptic) Christian who wrote this. The wonderful thing about this commentary is we get to see how the earliest Christians actually viewed the Book of Revelation and it does not look anything like the 5/5.

A commentary on the same book by Archbishop Andrew of Caesarea, written sometime between andreferred to Oecumenius's work repeatedly. Other writings attributed to him came from different pens, including a commentary on Acts and expositions of the General and Pauline epistles, as well as a commentary on the Apocalypse edited by Donatus.

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Get this from a library. The complete commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse, now printed for the first time from manuscripts at Messina, Rome, Salonika, and Athos. [Oecumenius, Bishop of Tricca.; H C Hoskier]. This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius's commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the book of Revelation.

Written in the sixth century but discovered only at the beginning of the twentieth, it presents a fascinating view of a writer who strove to be faithful to the teaching of the church while at the same time allowing his imagination to make.

Commentary on the Apocalypse Oecumenius, John N. Suggit This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius's commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the book of "Revelation".

Oecumenius, Bishop of Tricca. Complete commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Oecumenius, Bishop of Tricca.; H C Hoskier.

This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius’s commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the book of Revelation. Written in the sixth century but discovered only at the beginning of the twentieth, it presents a fascinating view of a writer who strove to be faithful to the teaching of the church while at the same time allowing his imagination to make.

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The complete commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse / edited with notes by H. Hoskier. The Complete Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse: Now Printed for the First Time from Manuscripts at Messina, Rome, Salonika, and Athos H.C.

Hoskier Wipf and Stock Publishers, Dec 5, - Religion - pages. This volume sets out to give the reader a reliable English translation of Oecumenius' Commentary on the Apocalypse. This task it accomplishes well. John N. Suggit, the translator, did a very poor job in his Introduction, and CUA Press did an equally poor job with the layout of the book/5(2).

Oecumenius: Commentary on the Apocalypse. Trans. John N. Suggit. (Fathers of the Church). Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, Cloth, xii + pp. $ Oecumenius’ commentary may be the earliest extant Greek commentary.

This makes it a very important one. It is reviewed Pieter G. de Villiers in Review of Biblical. Greek Commentaries on Revelation is a page hardcover, which contains the commentaries of Oecumenius and Andrew of Caesarea.

There is not a consensus on who exactly Oecumenius was, but there is a general consensus that /5. "The Lost Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse" is an article from The American Journal of Philology, Volume View more articles from The American Journal of Philology.

View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Oecumenius: Commentary on the Apocalypse (Hardback, New title) Translated by Suggit, John N. This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius's commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the book of Revelation.

The Complete Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse. Hoskier’s critical edition is now superseded by de Groote’s recent critical edition.

Filed Under: Ancient commentators, Oecumenius of Isauria Tagged With: Herman C. Hoskier. The book of Revelation is one of the most eagerly sought after areas of study among laypeople and study groups today.

But how did the church's earliest writers interpret John's Apocalypse. In this volume of the Ancient Christian Texts Series, William Weinrich translates two texts from the Christian East deriving from the early sixth : IVP Academic. 10 (): In H. Hoskier published the editio princeps of the text: The Complete Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse (Ann Arbor, ).

In an earlier article ("Lost Commentary of Oecumenius," cited above n. 2) Hoskier had expressed the hope that Diekamp would find time to publish the text in the near future.

When such hopes did. Oecumenius: Commentary on the Apocalypse Suggit, John N., translator Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, pp.

xii + $ Series Information The Fathers of the Church, Description: This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius’s commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the.

He wrote a commentary on the Apocalypse of John in six sections." (Scattered Pearls, p. ) Marc De Groote () "InF. Diekamp, a scholar from Munster in Germany, reported that he had discovered four manuscripts containing the text of Oecumenius' Commentarius in Apocalypsin (CPG ), namely (1) Messina, Bibl.

Region. Univ. This is the first complete translation in English of Oecumenius's commentary, which is the first known Greek commentary on the book of Revelation. Written in the sixth century but discovered only at the beginning of the twentieth, it presents a fascinating view of a writer who strove to be faithful to the teaching of the church while at the 5/5(3).

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In this volume of the Ancient Christian Texts series, William Weinrich renders a particular service to readers interested in ancient commentary on the Apocalypse. He translates in one volume the only two major commentaries on Revelation to come out of the Greek tradition, the early sixth-century commentaries of Oecumenius and Andrew of Caesarea.

15 The Complete Commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse (ed. Hoskier; Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ) ; for an English translation, see Commentary on the Apocalypse (trans.

John N. Suggit; Fathers of the Church 1 12; Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, ) An Ancient Commentary on the Book of Revelation: A Critical Edition of the Scholia in Apocalypsin Professor P.

Tzamalikos This is a new critical edition, with translation and commentary, of the Scholia in Apocalypsin, which were falsely attributed to Origen a century ago. Download PDF Apocalypse book full free. Apocalypse available for download and read online in other formats.

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A complete self-help guide not only for the. The earliest commentary manuscript is the uncial, while the most important textually (and one of the most important for its commentary) is Von Soden was of the opinion that commentary manuscripts formed a special class of manuscripts, and classified commentary manuscripts solely on the basis of the commentary, without examining the text.Review of The complete commentary of Oecumenius on the Apocalypse now printed for the first time form manuscripts at Messina, Salonika and Athos .Information on Victorinus of Pettau.

Claudio Moreschini writes, "Victorinus wrote commentaries on nine books of the Bible, which seem to have been chosen with the idea of studying the most famous of the historical (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus) and prophetic (Isaiah, Exekiel, Obadiah, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs) books, and the Apocalypse.