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1 Clement [See Apostolic fathers].
2 Clement [See Apostolic fathers].
2 Maccabees. Text: 2. Makkabäerbuch, Habicht, C. (ed.), Jüdische Schriften aus hellenistisch-römischer Zeit, vol. 1, Historische und legendarische Schriften, pt 3 (Gütersloh: Mohn, (1976).
4 Ezra Text: Die Esra-Apokalypse (IV. Esra), 2 vols., Violet, B. (ed.), GCS 18, 32 (1910–24).
4 Ezra Text: Die Esra-Apokalypse (IV. Esra), Klijn, A. F. J. (ed.), GCS (un-numbered) (1992).
4 Ezra [English translation: OTP, vol. I, APOT, vol. II].
A Manichaean psalm-book, pt 11. Text, Allberry, C. R. C. (ed.), Manichaean manuscripts in the Chester Beatty collection 2 (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, (1938).
A Valentinian exposition NHS 28, Hedrick, C. W. (ed.) (1990), 89–172.
A Valentinian exposition [NHC XI, 2; English translation: NHL].
Aalders, G. J. D.Tertullian’s quotations from St Luke’, Mnemosyne 5 (1937), 241–82
Abgar legend [English translation: NTApoc, vol. I].
Abramowski, L.Irenaeus, Adv. haer. III.3.2: ecclesia romana and omnis ecclesia; and ibid. 3.3: Anacletus of Rome’, Journal of theological studies 28 (1977), 101–4
Abusch, R.Negotiating difference: genital mutilation in Roman slave law and the history of the Bar Kokhba revolt’, in The Bar Kokhba war reconsidered: new perspectives on the second Jewish revolt against Rome, Schäfer, P. (ed.), TSAJ 100 (2003),71–91.
Achtemeier, P. J. 1 Peter: a commentary on First Peter, Hermeneia (Minneapolis: Fortress 1996).
Achtemeier, P. J.The origin and function of the pre-Markan miracle catenae’, Journal of biblical literature 91 (1972), 198–221
Act of Peter NHS II, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979), 473–93.
Act of Peter [BG, 4; English translation: NHL].
Acta Joannis [English translation: NTA poc, vol. II].
Acta Maximiliani [Musurillo, 244–9].
Acta proconsularia, in S. Thasci Caecili Cypriani opera omnia, Hartel, G. (ed.), CSEL 3.3 (1868–71).
Acts of Andrew Text: Acta Andreae, Prieur, J.-M. (ed.), CCSA 5–6 (1989).
Acts of Andrew [English translation: NTApoc, vol. 11].
Acts of Andrew and Matthias in the city of cannibals [English translation: James, (ed.), Apocryphal New Testament].
Acts of Andrew and Matthias in the city of cannibals Text and Trans.: The Acts of Andrew and The Acts of Andrew and Matthias in the city of cannibals, MacDonald, D. R. (ed. and trans.) (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990).
Acts of Andrew and Matthias in the city of cannibals Text: Acta apostolorum apocrypha, Lipsius, R. A., Bonnet, M. and Kraft, H. (eds.) (Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1891), vol. I.
Acts of Paul Text: Acta apostolorum apocrypha, Lipsius, R. A., Bonnet, M. and Kraft, H. (eds.) (Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1891), vol. I.
Acts of Paul [English translation: NTApoc, vol. 11].
Acts of Paul and Thecla Text: Acta apostolorum apocrypha, Lipsius, R. A., Bonnet, M. and Kraft, H. (eds.) (Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1891), vol. I.
Acts of Paul and Thecla [English translation: NTApoc, vol. 11].
Acts of Peter Text and French trans.: Les Actes de Pierre: introduction, textes, traduction et commentaire, Vouaux, L., Documents pour servir à l’étude des origines chrétiennes (Paris: Letouzey et Ané, 1922).
Acts of Peter [English translation: NTApoc, vol. 11].
Acts of Peter and Paul Text: Acta apostolorum apocrypha, Lipsius, R. A., Bonnet, M. and Kraft, H. (eds.) (Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1891), vol. I.
Acts of Peter and Paul [English translation: ANF 8].
Acts of Peter and the twelve apostles NHS II, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979), 197–229.
Acts of Peter and the twelve apostles [NHC VI, 1; English translation: NHL].
Acts of Pilate [English translation: NTApoc, vol. I].
Acts of Sharbil, Babai and Barsamya Text and English translation: Ancient Syriac documents relative to the earliest establishment of Christianity in Edessa and the neighbouring countries, Cureton, W. (ed. and trans.) (Amsterdam: Oriental Press, 1967, original 1864).
Acts of Sharbil, Babai and Barsamya [English translation: ANF 8].
Acts of Thomas Text and English translation: The Acts of Thomas: introduction, text, and commentary, 2nd rev. ed., Klijn, A. F. J. (ed.), NovTSup 108 (2003).
Acts of Thomas Text: La version Copte de la prédication et du martyre de Thomas, Poirier, P.-H. (ed.), with Lucchesi, E., Subsidia hagiographica 67 (Brussels: Société des Bollandistes, 1984).
Acts of Thomas [English translation: NTApoc, vol. 11].
Adkins, L. and Adkins, R. A.. Handbook to life in ancient Rome (New York: Facts on File, 1994).
Adriani, A. (ed.). Repertorio d’arte dell’Egitto greco-romano, ser. C, vols. I (text) and II (tables) (Palermo: Fondazione ‘Ignazio Mormino’ del Banco di Sicilia, 1966).
Aland, B.Marcion–Marcionites–Marcionism’, EECh (1992), vol. 1, 523–4.
Aland, K. and Aland, B.. The text of the New Testament (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1987).
Aland, B.Marcion: Versuch einer neuen Interpretation’, Zeitschrift für Theologie 70 (1973), 420–47
Aland, B.Marcion/Marcioniten’, Theologische Realenzyklopädie, Krause, G. and Müller, G. (eds.) (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1976–) 22 (1992), 89–101
Aland, B.Fides und subiectio: zur Anthropologie des Irenäus’, in Kerygma und Logos: beiträge zu den geistesgeschichtlichen Beziehungen zwischen Antike und Christentum. Festschrift für Carl Andresen zum 70. Geburtstag, Ritter, A. M. (ed.) (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1979), 9–28
,Albinus. Epitome, in Albinos: Épitomé, Louis, P. (ed.) (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1945).
Albrecht, M.. A history of Roman literature from Livius Andronicus to Boethius: with special regard to its influence on world literature, 2 vols., Schmeling, G. L. and Albrecht, M. (revs.), Mnemos.Sup. 165 (1997).
Alcock, S. E. (ed.). The early Roman empire in the east (Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1997).
Alcock, S. E. Graecia capta: the landscapes of Roman Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993).
Alexander, L. The preface to Luke’s gospel: literary convention and social context in Luke 1.1–4 and Acts 1.1, SNTSMS 78 (1993).
Alexander, P. S.“;The parting of the ways” from the perspective of rabbinic Judaism’, in Jews and Christians: the parting of the ways, ad70 to 135, The second Durham–Tübingen research symposium on earliest Christianity and Judaism (Durham, September 1989), Dunn, J. D. G. (ed.), WUNT 66 (1992).1–25.
Alexander, L.The living voice: skepticism towards the written word in early Christian and in Graeco-Roman texts’, in The Bible in three dimensions, Clines, D. J. A., Fowl, S. E. and Porter, S. E. (eds.), JSOTSup 87 (1990), 221–47
Alexander, J. S.Novatian/Novatianer’, Theologische Realenzyklopädie, Krause, G. and Müller, G. (eds.) (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1976–) 24 (1994), 678–82
Alexandria, Athanasius Text: Athanasius Werke, vol. II, pt I, vol. III, pt 1, Opitz, H. G. (ed.) (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1934–41).
Alexandria, Athanasius [English translation: NPNF2 4].
Alexandria, Clement. English translation: Clement of Alexandria (Exhortation to the Greeks, Rich man’s salvation, To the newly baptized), LCL, Butterworth, G.W. (ed. and trans.) (1919).
Alexandria, Clement [English translation: ANF 2].
Alexandria, Clement. Excerpta ex Theodoto. Text and English translation: Casey, R. P., The Excerpta ex Theodoto of Clement of Alexandria, SD1 (1934).
Alexandria, Clement. Letter to Theodore. Text and English translation: Smith, M., Clement of Alexandria and a secret gospel of Mark (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1973), 445–53.
Alexandria, Clement. Paedagogus. Text: Clemens Alexandrinus, vol. I: Protrepticus und Paedagogus. Stählin, O., and Treu, U. (eds.), GCS 12, 2nd ed. (1974).
Alexandria, Clement. Protrepticus. Text: Clementis Alexandrini Protrepticus, , M. Marcovich (ed.), VCSup 34 (1995).
Alexandria, Clement. Stromateis.Text: Stählin, O., Früchtel, L., and Treu, U. (eds.), GCS 52, 2nd ed. (1985) (bks 1–6); Stählin, O. and Früchtel, L. (eds.), GCS 17, 2nd ed. (1970) (bks 7–8).
Alexandria, Clement. English translation: Alexandrian Christianity: selected translations of Clement and Origen with introductions and notes, , J. E. L. Oulton and Chadwick, H. (eds. and trans.), LCC 2, Ichthus edition (1977).
Alexandria, Clement. English translation: Clement of Alexandria, Stromateis, books one to three, Ferguson, J. (trans.), FC 85 (1991).
Alexandria, Clement. English translation: Clement of Alexandria: Christ the educator, Wood, S. P. (trans.), FC 23 (1954).
Alexandria, Clement. Text and French trans.: Clément d’Alexandrie: le Pédagogue, 3 vols., Harl, M., Marrou, H.-I., Matray, C. and Mondésert, C. (eds. and trans.), SC 70, 108, 158 (1960–70).
Alexandria, Clement. Text and French trans.: Le protreptrique, Mondésert, C. and Plassart, André (eds. and trans.), 3rd ed. rev., SC 2 (1976).
Alexandria, Clement. Text: Protrepticus und Paedagogus, Stählin, O. and Treu, U. (eds.), 3rd ed., GCS 1 (1972).
Alexandria, Cyril. English translation: McEnerny, J. I. (trans.), FC 76, 77 (1987).
Alexandria, Cyril. Text and trans.: Cyril of Alexandria: select letters, Wickham, L. R. (ed. and trans.), OECT (1983).
Alexandria, Cyril. Text: Schwartz, E., Acta conciliorum oecumenicorum: iussu atque mandato societatis scientiarum argentoratensis (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1914), I.I.I., pp. 33–42.
Alexandria, Cyril. Text: Opera, 7 vols., Pusey, P. E. (ed.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1868–77).
Alexandria, Cyril.
Alexandrie: unemégapole cosmopolite: Actes du s;ème colloque de la Villa Kérylos à Beaulieu-sur-Mer les 2 &3 octobre 1998 (Paris: Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 1999).
Alexandrina: hellénisme, judaïsme et christianisme à Alexandrie. Mélanges offerts au P. Claude Mondésert (Paris: Éditions du Cerf, 1987).
Alföldi, A.Introduction: the age of Decius, Gallus and Aemilianus’, CAH1 , vol. XII
Alföldy, G. The social history of Rome, Braund, D. and Pollock, F. (trans.) (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988).
Alföldy, G.Pontius Pilatus und das Tiberieum von Caesarea Maritima’, Scripta classica Israelica 18 (1999),85–108.
Allison, D. C. Jesus of Nazareth: millenarian prophet (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1998).
Allison, D. C.The fiction of James and its Sitz im Leben ’, Revue biblique 108 (2001),529–70.
Allogenes NHS 28, Hedrick, C. W. (ed.) (1990), 173–267.
Allogenes [NHC XI, 3; English translation: NHL].
Altendorf, H.-D.Zum Stichwort: Rechtgläubigkeit und Ketzerei im ältesten Christentum’, Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte 80 (1969), 61–74.
Alvarez Cineira, D. Die Religionspolitik des Kaisers Claudius und die paulinische Mission, Herders biblische Studien (Freiburg: Herder) 19 (1999).
,Ambrose of Milan. Explanatio psalmorum XII. Text: Petschenig, M. (ed.), CSEL 642 (1999).
Anatolios, K. Athanasius: the coherence of his thought. (London: Routledge, 1998).
Anderson, P. N. The Christology of the fourth gospel: its unity and disunity in the light of John 6, WUNT 2/78 (1996).
Andia, Y.. Homo vivens: incorruptibilité et divinisation de l’homme selon Irénée de Lyon (Paris: Études Augustiniennes, 1986).
Ando, C. Imperial ideology and provincial loyalty in the Roman empire (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000).
Andresen, C.“Siegreiche Kirche” im Aufstieg des Christentums. Untersuchungen zu Eusebius von Caesarea und Dionysius von Alexandrien’, Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt (Berlin: De Gruyter) 11.23.1 (1979), 387–459.
Andresen, C. Logos und Nomos: die Polemik des Kelsos wider das Christentum, AKG 30 (1955).
Andresen, C. and Ritter, A. M.. Handbuch der Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte, vol. I: Die Lehrentwicklung im Rahmen der Katholizität, 2nd ed. (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1999).
Antioch, Ignatius. Epistulae [See Apostolic fathers].
Antioch, Theophilus. Ad Autolycum. Text and English translation: Ad Autolycum, Grant, R. M. (ed. and trans.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970).
Antioch, Theophilus. Text: Goodspeed, , Die ältesten Apologeten.
Apocalypse of Adam NHS 11, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979) 151–95
Apocalypse of Adam [NHC V, 5; English translation: OTP, vol. I; NHL].
Apocalypse of Baruch Text and French trans.: Apocalypse de Baruch, Bogaert, P. (ed. and trans.), Sources chrétiennes (Paris: Éditions du Cerf) 144 (1969).
Apocalypse of Baruch [English translation: OTP, vol. 1, APOT, vol. 1].
Apocalypse of Elijah English translation: Frankfurter, D., Elijah in Upper Egypt: the Apocalypse of Elijah and early Egyptian Christianity, SAC 7 (1993) 299–328
Apocalypse of Elijah Text: Steindorff, G., Die Apokalypse des Elias: eine unbekannte Apokalypse und Bruchstücke der Sophonias-Apokalypse, TU 17 (1899).
Apocalypse of Elijah [English translation: OTP, vol. 1].
Apocalypse of Paul NHS 11, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979) 47–63
Apocalypse of Paul [NHC v, 2; English translation: NHL, NTApoc, vol. 11].
Apocalypse of Peter NHMS 30, Pearson, B. A. (ed.) (1996) 201–47
Apocalypse of Peter [NHC VII, 3; English translation: NHL, NTApoc, vol. 11].
Apocryphal New Testament [See Elliott, The Apocryphal New Testament; James, The Apocryphal New Testament].
Apocryphon of James NHS 22–3, Attridge, H. W. (ed.) (1985) 13–53
Apocryphon of James [NHC 1, 2; English translation: NHL].
Apocryphon of John NHMS 33, Waldstein, M. and Wisse, F. (eds. and trans.) (1995).
Apocryphon of John [NHC II, I; III, I; IV, I; BG, 2; English translation: NHL].
Apostolic constitutions Text and French trans. Les constitutions apostoliques, 3 vols., Metzger, M. (ed. and trans.), SC 320, 329, 336 (1985–7).
Apostolic constitutions [English translation: ANF 7].
Apostolic fathers. Text and English translation: The Apostolic fathers: Greek texts and English translations of their writings, 2nd ed., Lightfoot, J. B. and Harmer, J. R. (eds. and trans.), Holmes, M. W. (ed. and rev.) (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1992).
Apostolic fathers. Text and English translation: The Apostolic fathers, 5 vols., Lightfoot, J. B. (ed. and trans.) (London: Macmillan, 1885–90).
Apostolic fathers. Text and English translation: The Apostolic fathers, LCL, 2 vols., Ehrman, B. D. (ed. and trans.) (2003).
Apostolic fathers. Text and English translation: The Apostolic fathers, LCL, 2 vols., Lake, K. (ed. and trans.) (1912–13).
Apostolic fathers. Text and English translation: The Didache: text, translation, analysis, and commentary, Milavec, A. (ed. And trans.) (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2003).
Apostolic fathers. Text and French trans.: La doctrine des douze apôtres (Didachè), Rordorf, W. and Tuilier, A. (eds. and trans.), SC 248 (1978).
Apostolic fathers. Text and French trans.: Lettres: Ignace d’Antioche, Polycarpe de Smyrne, martyre de Polycarpe, Camelot, P. T. (ed. and trans.), SC 10 2 (1998).
Apostolic fathers. Text and French trans.: Lettres: martyre de Polycarpe, 2nd ed., Camelot, P. Th. (ed. And trans.), SC 10 (1951).
Apostolic fathers. Text and German trans.: Die apostolischen Väter, Funk, F. X., Bihlmeyer, K., Whittaker, M., Lindemann, A. and Paulsen, H. (eds. and trans.) (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1992).
Apostolic fathers. Text: Der Hirt des Hermas, Whittaker, M. (ed.), GCS 48 (1967).
Applebaum, S.The organization of the Jewish communities in the diaspora’, in The Jewish people in the first century: historical geography, political history, social, cultural and religious life and institutions, 2 vols., Safrai, S. and Stern, M. (eds.), CRINT I.1–2 (1974–6), vol. 1, 464–503.
Applebaum, S. Jews and Greeks in ancient Cyrene, SJLA 28 (1979).
,Apuleius. Text: Apulei Platonici Madaurensis opera quae supersunt, 3 vols., Helm, R., Thomas, P. and Moreschini, C. (eds.), Teubner (1908–13, 1991–2001).
Arav, R. and Freund, R. A.. Bethsaida, I and II: ‘A city by the north shore of the sea of Galilee’ (Kirksville, MO: Thomas Jefferson State University Press, 1995, 1999).
Aristeas, Letter of. Text and English translation: An introduction to the Old Testament in Greek, Swete, H. B. (ed.) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1902) 499–574
Aristeas, Letter of. Text and French trans.: Lettre d’Aristée à Philocrate, Pelletier, A. (ed. And trans.), SC 89 (1962).
,Aristotle. Politica. Text and English translation: LCL, Rackham, H. (ed. and trans.) (1932).
[,Aristotle]. De mundo. Text: Aristotelis qui fertur libellus de mundo, Lorimer, W. L. (ed.) (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1933) 47–103
Armstrong, A. H.Pagan and Christian traditionalism in the first three centuries’, in Studia patristica xv: papers presented to the seventh international conference on patristic studies held in Oxford, 1975, Livingstone, E. A. (ed.), TU 128 (1984), 414–31
Armstrong, A. H. (ed). The Cambridge history of later Greek and early medieval philosophy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1967).
,Arnobius. English translation: Arnobius, , The case against the pagans, 2 vols., McCracken, G. E. (trans.), ACW 7–8 (1949).
,Arnobius. Text: Adversus nationes libri VII, Reifferscheid, A. (ed.), CSEL 4 (1875).
Arnold, C. E. The Colossian syncretism: the interface between Christianity and folk belief at Colossae, WUNT 2/77 (1995).
Arnold, C. E. Ephesians, power and magic: the concept of power in Ephesians in light of its historical setting, SNTSMS 63 (1989)
Arnold, D. W. H. The early episcopal career of Athanasius, CJA 6 (1991).
Ascension of Isaiah English translation: Knight, J., The ascension of Isaiah, Guides to apocrypha and pseudepigrapha (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995).
Ascension of Isaiah Text: Ascensio Isaiae, 2 vols., Bettiolo, P., Kossova, A. G., Leonardi, C., Norelli, E. and Perrone, L. (eds.), CCSA 7–8 (1995).
Ascension of Isaiah [English translation: NTApoc, vol. 11].
Asclepius 21–29 [NHC VI, 8; English translation: NHL].
Asclepius NHS 11, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979), 395–451.
Ashton, J.The identity and function of the Ioudaioi in the fourth gospel’, NovT 27 (1985),40–75.
Ashton, J. ‘The identity and function of the Ioudaioi in the fourth gospel’, Understanding the fourth gospel (Oxford: Clarendon, 1991).
Athanassiadi, P. and Frede, M. (eds.). Pagan monotheism in late antiquity (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999).
,Athenagoras. Legatio sive supplicatio pro Christianis. Text: Legatio pro Christianis, Marcovich, M. (ed.), PTS 31 (1990).
,Athenagoras. English translation: Athenagoras: Embassy for the Christians; the resurrection of the dead, Crehan, J. H. (trans.), ACW 23 (1956).
,Athenagoras. English translation: Early Christian fathers, Richardson, C. C., Fairweather, E. R., Hardy, E. R. and Shepherd, M. H. (eds. and trans.), LCC 1 (1970).
,Athenagoras. Text and English translation: in Athenagoras: Legatio and De resurrectione, Schoedel, W. R. (ed. and trans.), OECT (1972).
,Athenagoras. Text and French trans.: Supplique au sujet des chrétiens, Bardy, G. (ed. and trans.), SC 3 (1943).
Athens, Aristides. Apologia. Text: Goodspeed, , Die ältesten Apologeten.
Athens, Aristides. English translation: The apology of Aristides on behalf of the Christians: from a Syriac ms. preserved on Mount Sinai, Harris, J. R. and Robinson, J. Armitage (eds. and trans.), 2nd ed., Texts and studies: contributions to biblical and patristic literature 1.1 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1891).
Attridge, H. W. and Hata, G. (eds.). Eusebius, Christianity, and Judaism, StPB 42 (1992).
Attridge, H. W.Genre bending in the fourth gospel’, Journal of biblical literature 121 (2002)3–21.
Attridge, H. W.. ‘Gnosticism and apocalypticism: Valentinian and Sethian apocalyptic traditions’, Journal of early Christian studies 8 (2000)173–211.
Attridge, H. W.. ‘The restless quest for the Beloved Disciple’, in Early Christian voices in texts, traditions, and symbols: essays in honor of François Bovon, Warren, D. H., Brock, A. Graham and Pao, D. W. (eds.), BIS 66 (2003),71–80.
Attridge, H. W.. ‘“Seeking” and “asking” in Q, Thomas and John’, in From quest to Q: Festschrift James M. Robinson, Jon Ma. AsgeirssonTroyer, K. and Meyer, M. W. (eds.), BETL 146 (2000),295–302.
Augustine, . Retractationes. Text: Sancti Aurelii Augustini Retractationum libri II, Knoll, P. (ed.), CSEL 36 (1902).
Augustine, . English translation: The retractations, Bogan, M. I. (trans.), FC 60 (1968).
Augustine, . English translation: The Trinity, Hill, E. (trans.), Rotelle, John E. (ed.), in The works of Saint Augustine, pt I, vol. V (Brooklyn, NY: New City Press, 1991).
Augustine, . English translation: The Trinity, McKenna, S. (trans.), FC 45 (1963).
Augustine, . Text: Sancti Aurelii Augustini Retractationum libri II, Mutzenbecher, A. (ed.), CCSL 57 (1984).
,Augustine. Contra Cresconium Donatistam = Asconium Grammaticum parties Donati: Sancti Aureli Augustini Scripta contra donatistas, Petschenig, M. (ed.), CSEL 52 (1909).
,Augustine. De civitate Dei. Text: Sancti Aurelii Augustini episcopi De civitate Dei, libri XXII, Dombart, B. and Kalb, A. (eds.), 5th ed., Teubner (1981).
,Augustine. De doctrina Christiana. Text: Martin, J. (ed.), CCSL 32 (1962).
,Augustine. De trinitate. Text: De trinitate libri XV, 2 vols., Mountain, W. J. (ed.), CCSL 50–50A (1968).
,Augustine. Text and English translation: Green, R. P. H. (ed. and trans.), OECT (1995).
,Augustine. Text and English translation: Augustine: City of God, LCL, 7 vols., Green, W. M., Levine, P., McCracken, G. E., Sanford, E. M. and Wiesen, D. S. (eds. and trans.) (1957–72).
Aune, D. E.Magic in early Christianity’, Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt (Berlin: De Gruyter) 11.23.2 (1980), 1507–57.
Aune, D. E. Prophecy in early Christianity and the ancient Mediterranean world (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1983).
Aune, D. E. The New Testament in its literary environment, LEC (1987).
Aune, D. E. The Westminster dictionary of New Testament and early Christian literature and rhetoric (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2003).
Aune, D. E. (ed.). Greco-Roman literature and the New Testament: selected forms and genres, SBLSBS (1988).
Aune, D. E.Worship, early Christian’, Anchor Bible dictionary, 6 vols., Freedman, D. N. (ed.) (New York: Doubleday, 1992) vol. VI, 973–89
Aune, D. E. The cultic setting of realized eschatology in early Christianity, NovTSup 28 (1972).
Aurelius, Marcus. Text and English translation: Marcus Aurelius, LCL, Haines, C. R. (ed. and trans.) (1916).
Authoritative teaching NHS 11, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979), 257–89.
Authoritative teaching [NHC VI, 3; English translation: NHL].
Baarda, T.De Christi scriptis’: Jesus as author in early Christian literature’, SNTS presidential address, 1 August 2001.
Bacq, P. De l’ancienne à la nouvelle Alliance selon s. Irénée: unité du livre iv de l’Adversus haereses (Paris: Lethielleux, 1978).
Bader, R. Der Alethes logos des Kelsos, TBA 33 (1940).
Bagatti, B. The church from the circumcision: history and archaeology of the Judaeo-Christians, Publications of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Smaller Series no. 2 (Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1971).
Bagnall, R. A. Egypt in late antiquity (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993).
Bähnk, W. Von der Notwendigkeit des Leidens: die Theologie des Martyriums bei Tertullian, FKDG 78 (2001).
Bähnk, W. Von der Notwendigkeit des Leidens: die Theologie des Martyriums bei Tertullian, FKDG 78 (2001).
Bala’izah Gnostic fragments Kahle, P. E. Jr., Bala’izah: Coptic texts from Deir el-Bala’izah in Upper Egypt, 2 vols. (London: Oxford University Press, 1954), vol. I, 473–7.
Bala’izah Gnostic fragments [English translation: NTApoc, vol. I].
Balas, D. L.Marcion revisited: a “post-Harnack” perspective’, in Texts and testaments, March, W. E. (ed.) (San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press, 1980), 95–108
Balch, D. L. and Osiek, C. (eds.). Early Christian families in context: an interdisciplinary dialogue (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2003).
Balch, D. L.Household codes’, in Greco-Roman literature and the New Testament, Aune, D. E., SBLSBS 21 (1988), 25–50
Balch, D. L.Neopythagorean moralists and the New Testament household codes’ in Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt (Berlin: De Gruyter) II 26.1 (1992), 380–411
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Clementina.
Clementina. Epistula Petri ad Jacobum [English translation: NTApoc, vol. II].
Clementina. Homilies [English translation: ANF 8].
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,Commodian. Carmina. Text: Martin, J. (ed.), CCSL 128 (1960).
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Concept of our great power [NHC VI, 4; English translation: NHL].
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,Dead Sea scrolls. Qumran Cave I , Bartholémy, D. and Milik, J. T. (eds.), DJD 1 (1955).
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Diaconus, Pontianus. Vita Caecilii Cypriani. Text: Cypriani opera omnia, Hartel, W. (ed.), CSEL 3.3 (1871).
Dialogue of the savior NHS 26, Emmel, S. (ed.) (1984), 37–95.
Dialogue of the savior [NHC III, 5; English translation: NHL, NTApoc, vol. I].
Dibelius, M. James, rev. by Greeven, H., Williams, M. A. (trans.), Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1976).
Didache [See Apostolic fathers].
Didascalia Apostolorum. English translation: Didascalia apostolorum: the Syriac version translated and accompanied by the Verona Latin fragments, with an introduction and notes, Connolly, R. H. (trans.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1929, repr. 1969).
Didascalia Apostolorum. Latin text: Didascalia et Constitutiones apostolorum, 2 vols., Funk, F. X. (ed.) (Turin: Bottega d’Erasmo, 1962).
Didascalia Apostolorum. Latin text: Didascaliae apostolorum; Canonum ecclesiasticorum; Traditionis apostolicae versiones Latinae, Tidner, E. (ed.), TU 75 (5th ser., vol. XIX) (Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1963).
Didascalia Apostolorum. Syriac text and English translation: The Didascalia apostolorumin Syriac, Vööbus, A. (ed. and trans.), CSCO, 401–2, 407–8, Scriptores Syri, vols. 175–6, 179–80 (Louvain: Secrétariat du Corpus SCO, 1979).
Dieterich, A. Die Grabschrift des Aberkios (Leipzig: Teubner, 1896).
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Dignas, B. Economy and the sacred in Hellenistic and Roman Asia Minor (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002).
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,Dio Chrysostom. Text and English translation: Dio Chrysostom, LCL, 5 vols., Cohoon, J.W. and Crosby, H. L. (eds. and trans.) (1932–51).
,Diodorus Siculus. Text and English translation: Diodorus Siculus, LCL, 12 vols., Oldfather, C. H., Sherman, C. L., Bradford Welles, C., Geer, R. M. and Walton, F. R. (eds. and trans.) (1933–67).
,Diogenes Laertius. English translation: St Dionysius of Alexandria: letters and treatises, Feltoe, C. L. (trans.), TCL ser. 1 (1918).
,Diogenes Laertius. Text and English translation: Diogenes Laertes, Lives of eminent philosophers, LCL, 2 vols., Hicks, R. D. (ed. and trans.) (1925).
,Diogenes Laertius. Text and German trans.: Diogenes Laertius, Leben und Meinungen berühmter Philosophen, 2 vols., Apelt, O. and Reich, K. (eds. and trans.), Philosophische Bibliothek 53–4 (Hamburg: Meiner, 1998).
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Diognetus, Epistle to [See Apostolic fathers].
,Dionysius bar Salibi, Commentari in Apocalypsim. Latin and Syriac texts: In Apocalypsim, Actus et Epistulas catholicas, Sedlácek, Jaroslav (ed.), 2 vols. in I, CSCO 53, 60; Scriptores Syri ser. 2, vol. CI (Paris: Typographeus Reipublicae, 1909–10).
,Dionysius bar Salibi, Commentari in Apocalypsim.
,Dionysius of Alexandria. Text: The letters and other remains of Dionysius of Alexandria, Feltoe, C. L. (ed.), Cambridge patristic texts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1904).
,Dioscurides Pedianus. Text: De materia medica libri quinque, 3 vols., Wellmann, M. (ed.), (Berlin: Weidmann, 1906–14).
Discourse on the eighth and ninth NHS II, Parrott, D. (ed.) (1979), 341–73.
Discourse on the eighth and ninth [NHC vi, 6; English translation: NHL].
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Dodd, C. H. Parables of the Kingdom (London: Nisbet, 1935).
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Dodd, C. H. The apostolic preaching and its developments (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1936).
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