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Le texte grec des récits utiles à l'âme d'Anastase (le Sinaïte)

Edited with an Introduction by François Nau
These eighteen stories pertaining to Anastasius of Mount Sinai include unique information and variations of stories preserved elsewhere. Nau presents the edited Greek text along with an introductory discussion of authorship and sources.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-682-4
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Publication Status: In Print
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 407
Publication Date: Nov 17,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 35
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-60724-682-4
$38.00
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François Nau dedicated much of his career to the task of making sources for the study of Eastern Christianity more available for scholarly research. Here Nau publishes the Greek text of eighteen stories pertaining to the monk Anastasius of Mount Sinai. Nau gathers the stories from various sources and provides introductory remarks concerning the stories, the manuscript sources, authorship, and the relationship of these stories to similar material in John Moschos’s Spiritual Meadow. These stories are valuable sources for information concerning monastic life because they include variations from the same stories found in Moschos and because they include unique information about Amos, the bishop of Jerusalem. Nau presents the edited Greek text of these stories along with notes where necessary.

François Nau dedicated much of his career to the task of making sources for the study of Eastern Christianity more available for scholarly research. Here Nau publishes the Greek text of eighteen stories pertaining to the monk Anastasius of Mount Sinai. Nau gathers the stories from various sources and provides introductory remarks concerning the stories, the manuscript sources, authorship, and the relationship of these stories to similar material in John Moschos’s Spiritual Meadow. These stories are valuable sources for information concerning monastic life because they include variations from the same stories found in Moschos and because they include unique information about Amos, the bishop of Jerusalem. Nau presents the edited Greek text of these stories along with notes where necessary.

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