Homilies on Luke: Fragments on Luke

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Origenes. Die Homilien zu Lukas in der Übersetzung des Hieronymus und die griechischen Reste der Homilien und des Lukas-Kommentars. Ed. Max Rauer. GCS. Origenes Werke 9. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1959. ( 1st ed. 1931).

Origène. Homélies sur s. Luc. Intro., trans., and notes by Henri Crouzel, François Fournier , and Pierre Périchon. SC 87. Paris: Éditions du Cerf, 1962. (Rauer's text, with French translation of the 39 homilies and of 91 fragments.)

Origene. Commento al Vangelo di Luca. Trans. Salvatore Aliquó; intro. and notes by Carmelo Failla. Rome: Città Nuova, 1969. (Italian translation of the 39 homilies and of the same 91 fragments as in the SC volume.)

Origenes. In Lucam Homiliae. Homilien zum Lukasevangelium. Trans. and intro. by Hermann-Josef Sieben. 2 vols. Fontes Christiani, Band 4/ 1 and 4/ 2. Freiburg: Herder, 1991-1992. (Rauer's text, with German translation of the 39 homilies and of the same 91 fragments as in the SC volume.)

Reuss, Joseph, ed. Lukas-Kommentare aus der griechischen Kirche: aus Katenenhandschriften. TU 130. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1984.

Smith, Harold. Ante-Nicene Exegesis of the Gospels. 6 vols. London: SPCK, and New York: Macmillan, 1925-1929.

Secondary Sources

Bertrand, Frédéric. "Mystique de Jésus chez Origène". Théologie 23. Paris: Aubier, 1951.

Blanc, Cécile. "L'angélologie d'Origène." Studia Patristica 14 = TU 117 ( Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1976) 79-109.

-----. "Le baptême d'après Origène." Studia Patristica 11 = TU 108 ( Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1972) 113-24.

Buchheit, Vinzenz. "Hippolyt, Origenes und Ambrosius über den Census Augusti." In Vivarium. Festschrift Theodor Klauser zum 90. Geburtstag, ed. Ernst Dassmann and Klaus Thraede. Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum, Ergänzungsband 11, pp. 50-56. Münster: Aschendorff, 1984.

Cantalamessa, Raniero. "La primitiva esegesi cristologica di Romani I, 3-4 e Luca I, 35." Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa 2 ( 1966) 69-80.

Clark, Elizabeth A. The Origenist Controversy: The Cultural Construction of an Early Christian Debate. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992.

Courcelle, Pierre. Late Latin Writers and Their Greek Sources. Trans. Harry E. Wedeck . Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1969.

Crouzel, Henri. "Les doxologies finales des hormélies d'Origène selon le texte grec et les versions latines." Augustinianum 20 ( 1980) 95-107.

-----. Les fins denières selon Origène. Collected Studies 320. Hampshire: Variorum, and Brookfield, Vt.: Gower, 1990. (Reprints of 14 articles.)


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