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Canonizing PaulAncient Editorial Practice and the Corpus Paulinum$
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Eric W. Scherbenske

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199917341

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199917341.001.0001

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Codex Coislinianus and the Euthalian Edition of the Corpus Paulinum

Codex Coislinianus and the Euthalian Edition of the Corpus Paulinum

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(p.116) 3 Codex Coislinianus and the Euthalian Edition of the Corpus Paulinum
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Canonizing Paul
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Eric W. Scherbenske

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199917341.003.0004

Chapter 3 analyzes the much-understudied late-fourth/early-fifth-century Euthalian edition, which contained an extensive paratextual apparatus designed for neophytic catechesis and adept paraenesis. In preparing this edition, the editor (possibly an obscure Euthalius) targeted these goals through the arrangement of the tracts for instruction, the delineation of the text for ease of reading, and the deployment of paratexts (such as a prologue with a bios of Paul, divine testimonies, and kephalaia). Through the production of this edition, Euthalius endeavored to fashion a new Christian polity. Portions of the Euthalian edition are then investigated as transmitted in their earliest physical repository, Codex Coislinianus.

Keywords:   Euthalius/Euthalian, paraenesis, catechesis, prologue, bios, kephalaia, divine testimonies, Codex Coislinianus

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