Handbook of Patristic Exegesis: The Bible in Ancient Christianity - Vol. 2

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ALPHABETICAL LIST
OF PRINCIPAL AUTHORS & ANONYMOUS
WORKS DISCUSSED

Italic references are to Volume 2
Acacius of Caesarea 774
Acts of Martyrs 431
Aelia Eudocia 883
Africanus
—, Iunilius 1326
—, Sextus Julius 527
Ambrose of Milan 1045
Ambrosiaster 1081
Ammonios of Alexandria (s. Ill) 580
Ammonius of Alexandria (s. VI) 931
Amphilochius of Iconium 767
Andrew of Caesarea 938
Antony the Hermit 1460 Aphraates 1392
Apollinaris of ierapolis 442
Apollinarius of Laodicea 721
Apponius 1278 Arator 1307
Aristón of Pella 517
Arius and Arianism 684
Arnobius the Younger 1286
Asterius
of Amasea 828
of Antioch 838
Athanasius of Alexandria
708
Athenagoras of Athens 442
Augustine
of Hippo 1149
“Irish” 1294
Avitus 1301
“Barnabas” 423
Basil
of Caesarea 740
of Seleucia 919
Benedict of Nursia 1320
Benjamin of Alexandria 1467
Boethius 1318
Caesarius of Aries 1310
Cassian, John 1272
Cassiodorus 7327
Catenae 978
Chromatius of Aquileia 1088
Chrysologus (Peter of Ravenna) 1261
Chrysostom, John 783
Claudius Marius Victorius 1029
Clement
of Alexandria 507
of Rome 409
Commodian 623
Cyprian
of Carthage 625
the Poet 1025
Pseudo- 518
Cyril
of Alexandria 840
of Jerusalem 776
Daniel of Salah 1438
Didache413
Didymus of Alexandria 725
Diodore of Tarsus 780

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