The Encheiridion of Epictetus and Its Three Christian Adaptations

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INDEX AUCTORUM EPICTETI ENCHEIRIDION LAUDANTIUM

Ambr., Bon. Mort. = Ambrosius, De bono mortis, ed. C. Schenkl, CSEL 32, 1, PragueVienna-Leipzig 1896: eh. 5a

Anon., De scientia pol. = Anonymus, Menae patricii cum Thoma referendario De scientia política dialogus, quae exstant in codice Vaticano palimpsesto, ed. C.M. Mazzucchi, Milan 1982: ch. 53

"Ant." = "Antonius Magnus",

. I, Athens 1957, pp. 4-27 (N.B. 27 Ath. = p. 27 in ed. Atheniensi): chs. 1, 5a, 10, 11, 13, 14a, 15, 18, 19a, 19b, 21, 31, 336, 34, 48a, 48b, 51

AΠM= H. Schenkl, Das Florilegium

, WS 11 (1889), 1-42: ch. 8

Apostolius (Apost.), edd. E.L. von Leutsch—F.G. Schneidewin, Paroemiographi Graeci, Göttingen 1839-1852: ch. 6

Arethas, Sch.D.Chr. = Arethas, Scholia in Dionem Chrysostomum, ed. A. Sonny, Ad Dionem Chrysostomum analecta, Kioviae 1896: ch. 5a

Bas., Ep. - Basilius, Epistulae, ed. Y. Courtonne, vol. 2, Paris 1961: ch. 8 —,Jul. = —, Homilía in martyremJulittam (PG 31): ch. 11

Byz. = Gnomologium Byzantinum

, ed. C. Wachsmuth, Studien zu den griechischen Florilegien, Berlin 1882: chs. 21, 47, 48b

Cecaum., Strat. = Cecaumenos, Strategicon, ed. G.G. Litavrin, Moscow 1972: ch. 3

Chrys. = Johannes Chrysostomus, In Acta Apostolorum Homilía (PG 60): ch. 339 Clem., Paed. = Clemens Alexandrinus, Paedagogus, edd. O. Stählin—U. Treu, Berlin 19723: ch. 39

Dor., Ep., Sent. = Dorotheus Gazaeus, Epistulae, Sententiae, edd. L. Regnault—J. de Préville, Dorothée de Gaza, Oeuvres spirituelles, SC 92, Paris 1963: ch. 8

Eug., Theod. = Johannes Eugenicus,

I, ed. Sp.P.

Lambros,

, Athens 1912: chs. 5a, 11, 12, 19b, 24, 34, 38

Georg. = Johannes Georgides Monachus, Gnomologium, ed. P. Odorico, Il prato e l'ape. Il sapere sentenzioso del monaco Giovanni, Wiener byzantinische Studien 17, Vienna 1986: ch. 21

Gnom. =

, ed. J.F. Boissonade, Anécdota Graeca e codicibus Regiis, Paris 1829-1833, III 465-474: ch. 8

Hierocl. = Hierocles, In aureum Pythagoreorum carmen commentarius, ed. F.G. Köhler, Stuttgart 1974: chs. 9, 11

Ibn Fàtik, Mukthàr = Ibn Fàtik, Mukhtàr al-hikam wa mahasin al-kalim, ed. A. Badawi, Madrid 1366/1958: ch. 11

al-Kindï, Risalà= al-Kindf, Pásala fi l-hïla li dafi al-ahzan, edd. H. Ritter—R. Walzer, Studi sul al-Kindï II. Uno scritto morale inédito di al-Kindi (Temistio

), MAL 6, 8, 1 (1938), 5-63: chs. 5a, 7, 8, 11

Marc. = Florilegium Maraanum litterarum ordine dispositum, ed. P. Odorico, Il prato e l'ape. Il sapere sentenzioso del moñaco Giovanni, Wiener byzantinische Studien 17, Vienna 1986: ch. 8

"Max.", Loe. comm. = "Maximus Confessor", Loa communes (PG91):chs. 8, 121, 334, 336, 3315, 39

Mel., Loc. comm. = Antonius Melissa, Loa communes (PG 136): chs. 8, 12, 21, 29, 39

Miskawayh, Tahdhib = Miskawayh, Tahdhib al-akhlaq, ed. K. Zurayk, Beirut 1966; versio gallica: Miskawayh, Traite d'éthique, M. Arkoun, Damascus 1969: ch. 6

Olymp., in Ale. = Olympiodorus, In Piatonis Alcibiadem Commentaria, ed. L.G. Westerink, Amsterdam 19822: ch. 5b

—, in Grg. = —, In Platonis Gorgiam Commentaria, ed. L.G. Westerink, Leipzig 1970: chs. 1-2, 3, 5b, 11, 17, 21, 30, 332, 43, 47

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Preface xiii
  • The Transmission of the Texts 1
  • Part One - The Authentic Encheiridion 3
  • Part Two - "Nilus"'' Adaptation 149
  • Part Three - The Paraphrasis Christiana 197
  • Part Four - The Adaptation of Vaticanus Gr. 2231 257
  • The Texts 265
  • Part One - Epictetus'' Encheiridion 267
  • Part Two - "Nilus" Adaptation 351
  • Part Three - The Paraphrasis Christiana 369
  • Part Four - The Adaptation of Vaticanus Graecus 2231 395
  • Indices and Bibliography 413
  • Index Verborum Epicteti Encheiridii 415
  • Index Fontium Epicteti Encheiridii 427
  • Index Auctorum Epicteti Encheiridion Laudantium 432
  • Index Locorum Potiorum 434
  • Index Codicum 436
  • Index Siglorum 438
  • Bibliography 441
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