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The Vision of Didymus the BlindA Fourth-Century Virtue-Origenism$
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Grant D. Bayliss

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780198747895

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198747895.001.0001

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Footprints in the Sand

Footprints in the Sand

Assessing the Didymean Corpus

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The Vision of Didymus the Blind

Grant D. Bayliss

Oxford University Press

Chapter 3 offers a list of Didymus’ known works, lost and extant, alongside a summary overview of his writings, including the finding of the Toura Commentaries and Lecture-Notes. The codices found at Toura are described and brief attention is given to the various scholarly theories connecting a wide array of anonymous or pseudonymous fourth-century theological works to the authentic On the Holy Spirit, including the De Trinitate discovered by Mingarelli and pseudo-Basil’s Adversus Eunomium 4?5. However, no firm conclusions are drawn beyond the possible connection to a Didymean ‘circle’ or broad theological trajectory.

Keywords:   Toura, Lecture-Notes, Commentaries, extant, De Trinitate, Basil, Adversus Eunomium

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