The First Commentary on Mark: An Annotated Translation

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See the abbreviations in the front matter, pp. x-xiv.

Adonman [Adomnanus]. De Locis Sanctis libri 3. Edited by L. Bieler. CCSL 175.

-----. Adomnan's Life of Columba. Edited and translated by Alan Orr Anderson and Marjorie Ogilvie Anderson; revised by Marjorie Ogilvie Anderson. London: Nelson, 1991.

Aldhelmus. Adhelmi Opera. Edited by Rudolfus Ehwald. Monumenta Germaniae Historica. Auctores Antiquissimi 15 [ 1919]. Munich: 1984.

Allen Don Cameron. The Legend of Noah. Renaissance Rationalism in Art, Science and Letters. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1963.

Alter Robert. The Art of Biblical Narrative. New York: Basic Books, 1981.

Ambrose. De patriarchis. Edited by C. Schenkl. CSEL 32.

-----. De Spiritu Sancto. Edited by O. Faller. CSEL 79.

Amos T. L. "The Catechesis Cracoviensis and Hiberno-Latin Exegesis on the Pater Noster", PIBA 13 ( 1990): pp. 77-107.

Arnobius Junior, Expositiunculae in Evangelium Iohannis Evangelistae, Matthaei et Lucae. Edited by K.-D. Daur. CCSL 25 A.

Augustine. Adnotationes in Iob. Edited by I. Zycha. CSEL 28.

-----. Contra litteras Petiliani. Edited by M. Petschenig. CSEL 52.

-----. De civitate Dei libri 22. Edited by B. Dombart and A. Kalb. CCSL 47- 48.

-----. De consensu Evangelistarum. Edited by F. Weihrich. CSEL 43.

-----. De diversis quaestionibus 83 liber. Edited by A. Mutzenbecher. CCSL 44 A.

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